appointing him and are searching for their third coach of the season.
According to news.com.au, the 61-year-old coach Gianni Di Biasi, who was approached by Football Federation
Australia in July about becoming the Australia national soccer team Socceroos's manager job, has been sacked just
two months into the new role.
Earlier in July, Di Biasi revealed that he had been approached by the FFA about the Socceroos coaching job, months
before former coach Ange Postecoglou's decision to stand down from the position.
Di Biasi, at that moment was without a job but was appointed Alaves boss in September, replacing Luis Zubeldia
after they had lost their opening five games of the season.
"The club have decided to terminate the contract of Gianni De Biasi after the last results obtained in LaLiga. For
the moment, Javier Cabello will be in charge of leading the squad," Alaves announced on their official website.
"We thank Gianni De Biasi for the work done in this period and we wish him the best of luck in his professional
future," it added.
De Biasi's first game in charge ended in a home defeat to Real Madrid and despite guiding Alaves to their two league
wins, Saturday's home defeat to Eibar, that left Alaves bottom of the table, was their sixth in eight matches.