Celta Vigo have replaced Antonio Mohamed with Portuguese coach Miguel Cardoso, the club have confirmed.
Very few people had heard of Mohamed before his arrival at the Galician club and question marks from the get go began over whether or not he could propel Celta into a top six side.
Those questions have now been answered after a poor start to the season, which sees them sit 14th heading into the pending international break.
Just three wins in 12 games for Celta, added with the 4-2 home defeat to Real Madrid at the weekend means Mohamed has now been relieved of his duties and instantly replaced by former Nantes boss Cardoso.
Question marks may re-surface however, with Cardoso lasting just four months with the French side after a successful period with Portuguese side Rio Ave.
Cardoso does come with a little added experience however, having been assistant manager at rivals Deportivo La Coruna during the 2012/2013 season.
Cardoso must instantly change a number of problems at Celta, having seen them concede 20 goals in the opening 12 matches.
He will take charge of training on Tuesday morning, minus the international players – and will begin preparing for the La Liga fixture against Real Sociedad on 26th November.