Serie A's bottom side Reggina have reinstalled Nevio Orlandi as coach after parting company with Giuseppe Pillon in the wake of Saturday's 1-0 home defeat against fellow strugglers Chievo.
Orlandi was at the Stadio Oreste Granillo helm for the first 16 league matches of the current campaign but was replaced by Pillon in the middle of December after a slow start to the new campaign.
However, after one point from four further games, the Calabresi have turned to the 54-year-old once again.
"Reggina announces the dismissal of Giuseppe Pilllon as coach of the first team and the return of Nevio Orlandi as his replacement," read a statement on the club's official website.
Reggina have 13 points from 20 league matches, five adrift of Serie A safety, and travel to Turin on Wednesday to face Torino.