Serie A side Parma have appointed former Udinese coach Pasquale Marino as their new boss.
Marino has moved to Gialloblu after former Parma boss Francesco Guidolin replaced him at Udinese, where he had spent three years.
Marino was originally sacked by Udinese in December, but he was then brought back to help successfully stave off relegation before leaving the club again.
Announcing his appointment, Parma president Tommaso Ghirardi told Sky Italia: "We made the agreement today. It isn't a coach exchange, Guidolin had another year's deal with us, but he chose to leave.
"Marino has been close to our bench also three years ago, but he had just signed with Udinese.
"We consider him a very experienced coach."