The chaos at Leeds United is dying down - for now, at least. In Massimo Cellino's short ownership of the club, they've sold their star player Ross McCormack for £11m, signed a raft of players from Italian football and, most importantly, sacked two managers already.
After the departures of David Hockaday and Darko Milanic, Neil Redfearn has been handed the job on a permanent basis, but slipped to defeat in his first game on Saturday, losing 3-1 to Cardiff City.
Redfearn will now be back at Elland Road for his first game as full-time manager on Tuesday night, but whilst he's known for his work with the academy at Leeds, he also had a lengthy playing career.
The 49-year-old is best known for his time at Barnsley, but when the Tykes were relegated from the Premier League, he was snapped up for £1m by Charlton Athletic - the club his Leeds side face on Tuesday.
With 30 appearances and three goals, Redfearn's time at The Valley was fairly fruitful, but the Yorkshireman struggled to settle in London, and returned to the white rose county just a year later as Bradford snapped him up for £250,000.
One of those goals during his time with the Addicks was against Southampton, and he is pictured above celebrating his strike, whilst below you can see how he went toe-to-toe with Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp.
Facing his former club is bound to bring back memories of his time with Charlton, but it's a familiar situation for him.
When he took caretaker charge of the team back in April 2013, he took his side to The Valley, only to lose 2-1 with a last minute goal from Jonathan Obika.
Redfearn will be hoping for better this time, and he can call upon the home faithful on Tuesday night - who will want to back their new permanent manager, particularly after he impressed in temporary charge earlier this season, when he won three of his four games in the dugout.