DR Congo international Yannick Bolasie and Ghanaian winger Albert Adomah have a new head coach at their English Football League (EFL) Championship club, Aston Villa.
The Villa announced the appointments of Dean Smith as their new head coach, John Terry as an assistant coach and Jesus Garcia Pitarch as sporting director.
Villa's chief executive officer Christian Purslow confirmed the arrival of the three tacticians.
“These three appointments represent the start of a new era and direction at Aston Villa and we are delighted to secure their services after an extensive search," Purslow told club website.
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“Dean has a clear and successful coaching philosophy as well as a real understanding of Aston Villa Football Club. He is also knowledgeable about the Championship.
“The board welcomes him to the club and is looking forward to working with him and his staff," he continued.
“John is one of the most decorated players in English football, has an affinity with the club and is ready to make the next step in his career working alongside Dean.
“And Jesus also brings a huge amount of experience in his particular role having worked with some of the biggest clubs in Europe. He will ensure the club has an integrated approach running from the academy through the U23s and into the first-team.”
The Villa also have Egypt international Ahmed Elmohamady and Ivorian striker Jonathan Kodija on their books.