Southampton have sacked manager Nigel Adkins and replaced him with Mauricio Pochettino.
Here's what we know about the 40-year-old former Espanyol boss - whose previous claim to fame was giving away the penalty to hand England a 1-0 win over Argentina during the group stage of the World Cup in 2002.
1972: March 2 - Born in Murphy, Santa Fe, Argentina
1989: Begins his senior playing career at Newell's Old Boys.
1994: Moves to Europe where he joins Spanish club Espanyol.
1998: Make his Argentina debut, going on to earn 20 caps.
2000: May 27 - Helps Espanyol to the Copa del Rey title with a 2-1 win over Valencia.
2001: Joins Paris St Germain.
2002: June 7 - Gives away the penalty to hand England a 1-0 win over Argentina during the group stage of the World Cup.
2003: Moves to Bordeaux.
2004: Returns to Espanyol.
2006: April 12 - Helps Espanyol to the Copa del Rey title with a 4-1 win over Real Zaragoza.
June 8 - Retires from football after rescinding the final year of his contract at Espanyol. He made 276 league appearances and scored 13 goals for the Catalan club.
2009: January 20 - Named as Espanyol coach with the club in the drop zone. Guides them to 10th by the end of the season.
2010: May - Espanyol finish 11th in his first full year in charge.
2011: May - Espanyol finish eighth in La Liga - a place outside the European places.
2012: May - Avoids relegation by five points as Espanyol finish 14th.
November 26 - Lost his job as Espanyol manager with the club bottom of the La Liga table.
2013: January 18 - Named Southampton manager just two days after Nigel Adkins led the club to a 2-2 draw at European champions Chelsea.
Are Southampton right to sack manager Nigel Adkins?