The Unai Emery era at Villarreal is over.
In just 130 games in charge, Emery led the Yellow Submarine to the Europa League title, their first-ever major trophy, and the Champions League semi-finals.
But, on Monday, he left for Aston Villa, after the Premier League side paid his €6 million release clause.
So, Quique Setién is the new man at the helm, overseeing Thursday’s 2-2 draw with Hapoel Be’er Sheva in the Europa Conference League.
Setién, who’s previously managed Las Palmas, Real Betis and Barcelona, will be hoping to make a positive start to life in charge of el Submarino Amarillo.
For this game, hosts Athletic Club Bilbao kick off one place above Villarreal, by virtue of goal difference.
Ernesto Valverde’s team won five of their first seven matches this season, but are winless in four since then.
Last weekend, the Lions were demolished 4-0 by Barcelona, so will be desperate for better this time round.
This one could go either-way at San Mamés.