Late on Monday night, Bottom-of-the-table Huesca sacked coach Michel Sanchez after being beaten 2-0 by Real Betis in La Liga.
Throughout the season, the first division side won only one game and won 12 points from 18 games. The new loss leaves them with six protection points.
Last season, Sanchez, 45, was promoted by Huesca and managed to lead the side to nine draws in the top flight, but the lack of victories left them stuck at the bottom.
“SD Huesca wants to thank Michel and his team for the dedication shown from the first to the last day,” a club statement said Tuesday.
Reports in Spain have linked the vacant position of former Leganes, Real Sociedad, and Alaves coach Asier Garitano with
Meanwhile, Alaves announced Tuesday’s sacking of Pablo Machin after a 3-1 loss at Cadiz, leaving them 16th in the 18-point standings, two above the relegation zone.
At the beginning of the season, Machin had taken charge of Alaves and secured a spectacular away victory at Real Madrid champions plus a home draw with Barcelona, but eventually could not persuade the club leadership he was willing to hold the team-up.