Wigan Athletic boss John Sheridan has left the Latics to take over at League One rivals Swindon City.
The 56-year-old has departed the DW Stadium after round two months in control of the Latics.
After his short-term deal at Wigan expired, he has moved to the Robins on a deal till the tip of the season.
Sheridan took cost of 15 first group matches throughout his time in control of Wigan, who’re presently backside of League One.
The previous Oldham Athletic boss had been rumoured to be taking up at Swindon, the place there was a emptiness within the dugout since earlier boss Richie Wellens left to take over at League Two Salford Metropolis.
Talking on behalf of Wigan’s joint directors, Dean Watson mentioned: “We want to place on report our because of John for his efforts over the past two months and need him properly in his future profession.”
Swindon are in motion tomorrow towards Shrewsbury City.
After penning a deal on the County Floor, Sheridan mentioned: “I am more than happy to be right here. I get the chance to handle a superb membership who had been profitable final season and a membership who’re attempting to get promotion in a very robust league.
“I do know Paul Jewell and the Chairman and I am more than happy they’ve given me the possibility to return and work at a superb membership.
“There’s just a few gamers right here which have labored below me earlier than, some actually good gamers at this membership and it is a group I really feel we are able to push in the suitable course.
“Everyone knows the purpose right here, which is to attempt to get us up the desk. Now we have a few video games in hand so hopefully we are able to get just a few fast outcomes and construct a little bit of confidence.
“I do know it’s totally early, however I am hoping a brand new face will carry a little bit of a spark. We have three massive video games arising and hopefully we are able to win a few them.”