Ruud van Nistelrooy has surprisingly left his job as PSV manager with just one game left of the Eredivisie season and with a chance of finishing second.
Van Nistelrooy has been at the club for a number of years working his way through the club as under 19s and under 21s boss before getting the role in charge of the senior team at the beginning of the season.
The former Manchester United striker has done a pretty decent job in his debut campaign in senior football, winning the TOTO KNVB Cup.
Earlier in the season it looked like they'd get a big win over then league leaders Feyenoord, who went on to win the league, only to concede in the 96th minute, leaving Van Nistelrooy fuming.
With just one game left of the season the Eindhoven side remain in second place and only need a point to stay ahead of Ajax and qualify for the Champions League.
But with the game away to fourth place AZ Alkmaar approaching on Sunday afternoon, the club and the former Manchester United striker have decided to part way.
In a statement the club said: "Head coach Ruud van Nistelrooy announced this morning that he is leaving PSV. PSV regrets his decision and is grateful to him for winning the Johan Cruijff Shield and the Dutch Cup, and hopes to finish the season in second place."
According to Dutch outlet Bold, the decision from Van Nistelrooy comes as PSV players have become unhappy at the 46-year-old's methods.
There were several meetings between the board and the former PSV number nine over a number of weeks and they were hoping he would stay.
However the Dutchman felt he had no support from the club. "Van Nistelrooy reported this morning that in his opinion there was not enough support within the club to continue longer," the statement explained.
"He immediately explained this to the players and staff. This Sunday, at the request of the management, Fred Rutten will temporarily take over his role as head coach."
There had previously been reports that the former Netherlands coach was unhappy with the club's transfer dealings last January.
Cody Gakpo left for Liverpool at the beginning of the window, which Van Nistelrooy may have expected, but he also lost Noni Madueke to Chelsea.
Thorgan Hazard and Fabio Silva were both brought in on loan, from Borussia Dortmund and Wolves respectively, but his attack was blunted by the loss of his two stars.