Former Stoke boss Gary Rowett used to be employed as the brand new supervisor of Championship strugglers Millwall on Monday.
Rowett takes over from Millwall legend Neil Harris, who resigned previous in October after 4 and a part years at The Den.
The 45-year-old used to be selected through Lions proprietor John Berylson after the American flew into England to hold out interviews.
Rowett started his managerial profession at Burton earlier than spells at Birmingham and Derby.
He led Derby to the Championship play-offs in 2017-18 earlier than his disappointing spell with Stoke.
He used to be sacked through Stoke in January, having gained best 8 of 26 league suits following the Potters’ relegation from the Premier League.
Caretaker supervisor Adam Barrett will oversee Tuesday’s sport towards Cardiff, with Millwall sitting 17th within the Championship after blowing a two-goal lead within the ultimate mins of Saturday’s 3-2 defeat at Brentford.
Rowett’s first fit will be offering a possibility for revenge towards Stoke at The Den on Saturday.
“It is extremely thrilling after 8 months out of the sport,” Rowett instructed Millwall’s authentic web page.
“Simply feeling that buzz once more actually and being determined to be again a part of it.
“Getting a chance at a membership like this – a actually, actually passionate membership with an ideal historical past – for me that is what it is all about and I will be able to’t wait to get began.”