La Liga strugglers Deportivo La Coruna have changed quickly to reinstate Gaizka Garitano by appointing Pepe Mel as his deputy on Tuesday.
Garitano was sacked on Monday following a unsatisfactory run of results, that left Depor sitting usually dual points above a relegation section in 17th place.
The Galician bar had not won a joining diversion in 2017 and Saturday’s 4-0 retreat during Leganes was their fourth better on a spin.
Mel, who has been out of a pursuit given Jan 2016 when he was discharged by Real Betis, takes over a reins during a Riazor until a finish of a deteriorate initially.
Marca reports a 54-year-old Spaniard as saying: “I’ve come here to assistance and to give a certainty a players need.
“They have to trust in themselves. The usually approach to come out of this conditions is to trust in what we do.
“It was formidable to contend no to Depor. I’m enthusiastic, we have good players.”
Meanwhile, a bar matter read: “Pepe Mel has turn a new RC Deportivo manager until a finish of a season, with an choice to extend a contract.”