Ins & outs people on the move
IVORIAN MIDFIELDER YAYA TOURE, who left Olympiakos in 2006, returned to the Greek side after being released by Manchester City in the summer.
ORAN KEARNEY quit Northern Irish club Coleraine to take over from Alan Stubbs as boss of Scottish side St Mirren. Kearney was replaced by Dungannon Swifts manager RODNEY MCAREE, whose job went to KRIS LINDSAY.
JAROSLAV SILHAVY was named Czech Republic coach. He replaced Karel Jarolim, who left his position after a 5-1 loss to Russia in a friendly. ZORAN VULIC returned to Hajduk Split for a fifth spell as coach.
Argentinian World Cup winner DIEGO MARADONA took charge of Mexican second-tier side Dorados de Sinaloa.
Colombian JUAN CARLOS OSORIO, who led Mexico to the last 16 of this summer’s World Cup, was named coach of Paraguay.
Former Manchester City and QPR defender NEDUM ONUOHA joined MLS side Real Salt Lake.
PAULO WANCHOPE was appointed coach of Costan Rican club side Herediano for a second time.
Ex-national skipper DANIEL COUSIN was appointed coach of Gabon.
Former Spain and Real Madrid rightback MICHEL SALGADO was named assistant to Egypt coach Javier Aguirre.
GUUS HIDDINK was put in charge of China’s under-21 side with the aim of taking the team to the 2020 Olympics. VITAL BORKELMANS was appointed Jordan coach, while SRECKO KATANEC took charge of Iraq and GARY WHITE left Chinese Taipei for Hong Kong.
Spain striker ALVARO NEGREDO, who won the Premier League with Manchester City in 2014, joined UAE side Al Nasr.
czech mate... Jaroslav silhavy
assistant... Michel salgado
Buddies boss... Oran Kearney