Liverpool legend Terry McDermott was appointed as assistant manager to Lee Clark in June 2012.
McDermott has a wealth of experience in the role having been assistant manager at Newcastle United for a total of nine years over two spells at St James' Park.
During that time he worked under no less than five different managers, including Kevin Keegan (twice), Kenny Dalglish, Graeme Souness, Glenn Roeder and Sam Allardyce.
He left Newcastle in 2008 to link-up with Clark at Huddersfield Town and spent four years at the Galpharm Stadium, before leaving Town when Clark departed in February 2012.
As a player, McDermott had glittering career, predominantly with Liverpool.
During his eight years at Anfield the midfielder collected five League Champion medals, three European Cup winner medals, a UEFA cup winner's medal and three League Cup winners' medals.
In 1980 his efforts earned him the PFA Players' Player of the Year award.