Assistant manager Mustafa Er has been placed in charge at Turkish side Bursaspor following the sacking of French boss Paul Le Guen.
Super Eagles trio of Shehu Abdullahi, Mikel Agu and William Troost Ekong will play under new man in order to rescue their dwindling season.
The club sacked Le Guen after a not too impressive performance this season which has seen the club drop to 13th position on the table with five points above the relegation zone.
The club’s home loss to Kasimpasa last weekend prompted the club management into an emergency meeting which consumed the former Indomitable Lion of Cameroon coach.
“The club announced the new coach via its official twitter handle also on Tuesday.
🚨 Mustafa Er “Tek payda Bursaspor”
— Bursaspor (@BursasporSk) April 10, 2018
The manager will begin his reign against Goztepe this weekend as the road to recovery begins.