"I deserve a public execution. The team is going to need a new boost. Everything will be known soon," Jarolim, 62, had said on Monday following the loss to Russia.
The Czech football association's statement on Tuesday stressed that Jarolim is to leave by mutual agreement, taking into consideration the poor results and performance of the national team during its last two matches.
Jarolim was named head coach in August 2016, and was tasked with getting the team promoted to League A in the UEFA Nations League tournament, after his squad failed to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
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