Dylan Kerr has taken up the reins at DStv Premiership side Black Leopards, returning to the club where he spent a successful 2018-19 season.
Englishman Kerr was officially axed by another Limpopo side, Baroka FC, last week having been suspended since the start of the campaign for falling foul of owner Khurishi Mphahlele in pre-season.
But he has bounced back within a matter of days, returning to Leopards after Lidoda Duvha parted ways with their Belgian coach Patrick Aussems at the weekend.
Kerr was largely praised for his first spell with Leopards, but left the club in order to spend time with his terminally ill mother, who subsequently passed away.
He joined Baroka for the last campaign and was embroiled in a relegation battle, but helped them to safety and a 1-1 draw with Kaizer Chiefs on the final day that saw Mamelodi Sundowns pinch the title from the AmaKhosi.
Leopards have started this season with three successive defeats and are home to fellow strugglers Maritzburg United on Saturday.