Spanish football club Sevilla has appointed former Uruguay national team coach Diego Alonso to oversee the rest of the season.
The struggling side, which currently sits in 14th place in La Liga with only two wins from their first eight games, is in a difficult position.
With four different coaches in the last 12 months, the appointment of Alonso as their fourth coach is a bold move by the club.
A former player in Spain, Alonso has a track record of success as a coach in Mexico, where he won the regional Champions League with Pachuca and Monterrey.
On Sunday, Sevilla FC announced that it had sacked manager Jose Luis Mendilibar after a disappointing start to the season.
The 62-year-old was appointed in March and helped lead the club to its seventh Europa League trophy in May, as well as away from the threat of relegation last season.
However, Sevilla's poor start to the new season has led to Mendilibar's dismissal, with the club citing the need for "a change in direction" as the reason for his departure.