Hull City have appointed a new manager just two days after sacking Mike Phelan.
The struggling Premier League club have appointed Portuguese coach Marco Silva and becomes the third man to manage the Tigers since their promotion to the Premier League in May.
Silva has been out of work since the summer after quitting Olympiakos for ‘personal reasons’, despite leaving them to to Greek title last season.
In the previous year he led Sporting Lisbon to the Portuguese cup final.
He now takes over at the Premier Leagues bottom club where he finds them three points from safety.
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