Harry Redknapp has taken his first training session as the manager of Jordan.
The 69-year-old is in charge of the team for their crucial 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Bangladesh and Australia.
Jordan must win both games to guarantee their place in the third round of qualifying from the Asian Football Confederation section, with a two-point gap currently separating them from Group B leaders Australia.
Redknapp has been brought in by president of the Jordan Football Association and former FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali after the two struck up a friendship.
The former Tottenham Hotspur manager, who is due to be officially unveiled on Tuesday, is initially only in charge for two games, with Jordan taking on Bangladesh on Thursday and Australia four days later.