Championship strugglers Blackburn Rovers have appointed Tony Mowbray as their new head coach, a day after Owen Coyle left the club by mutual consent.
The 53-year-old was last in charge of League One side Coventry and has previously been boss of Middlesbrough, Celtic, West Brom and Hibernian.
He takes over a Rovers side 23rd in the table, three points from safety with 15 games remaining this season.
Mowbray's first match in charge will be at Burton Albion on Friday.
More to follow.