Former Chelsea defender, John Terry has taken up a managerial role at his former club, Aston Villa as an assistant coach.
Terry who announced his retirement from football last week was appointed as assistant manager to Aston Villa new coach Dean Smith who was appointed as the replacement for the sacked Steve Bruce by the club on Wednesday.
The former England captain had earlier started a training course for his coaching badge while still playing for Chelsea.
He will now work with Smith, 47 who has managed Brentford for three years, leading them to top-10 finishes in the Championship in every season to ensure they rescue Aston Villa who has played nine games with just one win in the Championship under axed coach, Steve Bruce.
The club also appointed Jesus Garcia Pitarch as the club’s new sporting director.
Aston Villa is currently in 15th position. They won three games drew six and lost three with 12 games played so far in the Championship this season.
Terry will be in the dugout as a coach on Saturday, October 20 when Aston Villa hosts Swansea at the Villa Park.