New Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho's backroom staff have been confirmed.
Trusted lieutenant Rui Faria has become the Red Devils' assistant manager.
Mourinho first met Faria at Barcelona before he worked as Mourinho's fitness coach during his time in charge of Uniao de Leiria in Portugal and followed him to Chelsea (twice), Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
Jose Mourinho's backroom staff at Manchester United have been confirmed with Rui Faria as assistant
Rui Faria has been reunited once more with Mourinho while Silvino Louro has also made the switch to United
Mourinho places huge trust in his backroom staff which included Faria (left) and Steve Holland at Chelsea
Coaches Silvino Louro, who has been with Mourinho for more than a decade having started out as his goalkeeping coach, has also been named as one of four coaches joining the Portuguese at Old Trafford.
Ricardo Formosinho and Carlos Lalin - who also have previous experience working with the Portuguese - and Emilio Alvarez have all been confirmed as members of the coaching staff along with analyst Giovanni Cerra.
United's confirmation that Mourinho has called upon his trusted advisers comes after the former Chelsea manager told the media at his first press conference that Ryan Giggs' departure 'was not his responsibility'.
During his introductory press conference at Old Trafford on Tuesday, Mourinho insisted the fact Giggs coveted the manager's job meant it was always going to be hard for the former winger to stay at the club.
Ricardo Formosinho, Carlos Lalin and Emilio Alvarez have been confirmed as members of the coaching staff
Mourinho revealed that Ryan Giggs decided to end his 29-year spell with United after missing out on his job