Harry Kewell has been appointed manager of League Two side Crawley Town.
The former Australia international winger has been handed his first senior managerial role by the Red Devils after spending two years coaching Watford's youth teams.
Kewell, who made his name playing for Leeds United and Liverpool, left Watford by mutual consent last month.
Former Newport County boss Warren Feeney has been appointed as the 38-year-old's assistant and the pair succeed Dermot Drummy and Matt Gray, who were sacked earlier this month.
Director of football Selim Gaygusuz told Crawley's website: "During his interview, Harry showed us great passion - that's what we need to make this team move onwards."