John Sheridan has today been named as Chesterfield's new manager after agreeing a three-year contract.
It is Sheridan's second spell as manager of the Spireites. During a three-year stint which ended in 2012, Chesterfield won the League Two title in the 2010/11 season and tasted success at Wembley the following term, winning the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
The former Republic of Ireland international has since managed several clubs including Plymouth Argyle, Newport County and Oldham Athletic.
He last week resigned as manager of Carlisle United, who are currently fifth in League Two.
Sheridan will be assisted by Glynn Snodin, who has coached at various clubs including West Ham, Sunderland, Preston North End and Leeds United. He was also Northern Ireland's assistant manager under Nigel Worthington.