The creative director of an English sports team was in a tricky position when he joined the team in 2003, having previously worked for two English Premier League clubs.
However, he was told by the board that the club was not a priority and the job would be handed to the new manager.
The board decided that it would be best for him to continue to work for a new club in Spain and the creative director was offered a job at the new club, Valencia CF, on a full-time basis.
He worked as a team photographer and a cameraman for Valencia CF from 2004 to 2006.
He also had his own team and social media account, which was used for marketing and other promotional purposes.
But his new employer refused to hire him, saying it had no plans to sign a player, and that he was too inexperienced.
So, the creative was left without a job and he started his own company, Pachuca, which he named after his favorite Mexican football club.
The Spanish club has been a major success in recent years, making it one of the most successful teams in the league and also the third-biggest in Europe.
However the club is also struggling financially and the president, Francisco Javier Torres, has been criticised for spending too much money on players, including signing expensive stars like Cristiano Ronaldo.
The new coach, Fernando Arce, who has been appointed in the summer, is being criticised for not spending on the squad as much as he should.
The president has not made a formal announcement yet but he has said the new boss will bring in a new coaching philosophy and will bring new players in.