Manchester City have announced the appointment of former Rochdale boss Brian Barry-Murphy as the new manager of their Elite Development Squad.
The 42-year-old Irishman stepped down at League Two Dale after two years in charge last month.
The Cork man enjoyed a highly successful near 20-year playing career, representing a host of clubs including Bury, Rochdale, Sheffield Wednesday and Preston North End.
The son of GAA legend Jimmy, Brian also won two caps for the Republic of Ireland Under-21s.
Barry-Murphy will succeed Enzo Maresca, who recently left City to take over at Italian side Parma.