Aalborg is last in the Danish league after just three wins in the opening 22 rounds and now coach Erik Hamrén will take the hit.
On Monday, the club announced that Hamrén may go.
"We are evaluating the situation all the time, and both Erik and we have been aware that the lack of points has not been satisfactory. Therefore, we from Aalborg's side have come to the conclusion that the best thing is to part ways now, which hopefully can give new energy and create the effect needed to take enough victories for the rest of the season, says the club's CEO Thomas Bälum.
Hamrén has previously received criticism from leading players who believed that the training sessions are too poor, that the team played with the wrong game system and that the Swede's ideas are old-fashioned, something Ekstra Bladet reported on recently.
"Erik Hamrén is a decent man and his achievements in Aalborg will never ever be forgotten. We are sad that this holiday was not more successful, but Erik will always have a special place in Aalborg's history, says Bälum.
With Hamrén gone, former Swedish national team player Oscar Hiljemark will get the chance as the new head coach in Aalborg for the rest of the season. He has previously assisted Hamrén.