Ins & outs peo­ple on the move

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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

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