Ray Wilkins has been hired as Jordan’s national football team’s coach.
The former England midfielder last had a managerial place as Fulham’s assistant manager last season, who were in the Barclays Premier League.
The 57-year-old had the same role at Chelsea, and was manager of both Queens Park Rangers and Fulham in the 1990s.
Wilkins will take charge after Jordan’s friendly matches against Uzbekistan on Thursday and China on Tuesday.
Jordan are currently in 56th place in FIFA’s rankings, the fourth-highest nation in the Asian Football Confederation.
Wilkins has played for Chelsea, Manchester United and AC Milan in his long 24-year spell as a player.
His assistant for the Jordan national team will be former Arsenal and Republic of Ireland forward Frank Stapleton.