Cameroon have appointed not one but two legendary players as their new manager and assistant.
Clarence Seedorf is the new manager of Cameroon with Patrick Kluivert drafted in, too, as his assistant.
The iconic Dutch midfielder has managed three clubs since calling time on his professional career in 2014.
AC Milan, Shenzhen and, most recently, Deportivo La Coruna.
Kluivert, meanwhile, has had assistant roles at AZ Alkmaar, Brisbane Roar, NEC, Jong FC, Twente and the Netherlands, while under taking a director of football position at Paris Saint-Germain.
It’s claimed the Cameroon Football Association struck a deal with Seedorf and Kluivert after failing to agree terms for ex-England boss Sven Goran-Eriksson.