Notts County have appointed Mark Cooper as their new manager on a deal which will initially run until the end of the season.
Jamie Fullarton was sacked by the Magpies following Saturday's heavy 4-1 defeat at home to Exeter, just 69 days and 12 games after taking charge.
Owner Ray Trew has moved swiftly to bring in Cooper, 47, on an incentivised deal, meaning if the former Swindon boss reaches an agreed points total it will automatically result in a permanent contract.
"I said on Saturday that what we need now, as a club, is stability, as we look to resolve the change of ownership and that is why I have turned to Mark to bring his experience and knowledge to the club to help turn things around on the pitch," Trew said in a statement.
Notts County have parted company with manager Ricardo Moniz.
Coaches Dave Kevan and Dean Yates have also left the League Two club.
The Magpies have won just two league games since October and sit 15th in the table following their relegation from League One last season.
Academy boss Mick Halsall and under-21 team coach Richard Dryden will take interim charge of the first team, the club said in a statement.
Former Red Bull Salzburg and 1860 Munich boss Moniz lasted less than nine months at Meadow Lane, having been appointed in April.
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Notts County have appointed Ricardo Moniz as their new manager just a week after the club announced that he was unable to commit to the role.
The former Tottenham coach pulled out of the running due to "family reasons" at the end of March but on Tuesday moved to Meadow Lane on a three-year deal.
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Notts County striker Kwame Thomas was sent off against Doncaster after receiving a second booking for walking off the pitch too slowly.
Referee Richard Clark produced the second yellow card as Thomas sauntered across the turf in anticipation of being replaced by Billy Daniels late on in the goalless draw.
Clark didn't seem to immediately realise that he had already cautioned the striker, but eventually sent him off.
After the game, County assistant manager Greg Abbott said: “I think, to be fair, in defence of the referee, if he’d have realised it was his second one he would have rushed over and ushered him off without doing the card.
“I’ve never seen a sending off like that. In hindsight, the referee maybe, so late in the game, would have thought twice if he’d have known it was his second.”
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The Magpies are the world's oldest football league club.