Alan Irvine joined Norwich City as First Team Coach in July 2016 after a spell with Blackburn Rovers.
The 57-year-old began his coaching career as a youth coach at Rovers, before taking in stints at Preston North End, Newcastle United and Everton.
He returned to Preston as manager in 2007, and guided the Lilywhites to the Championship play-off semi-finals in his first season in charge.
Irvine subsequently spent time as boss of Sheffield Wednesday between 2010 and 2011, ahead of managing Premier League side West Bromwich Albion during the opening months of the 2014-15 campaign.
He was appointed as caretaker manager of the Canaries in March following the departure of Alex Neil.
First Team Coach
Frankie McAvoy joined Norwich City as First Team Coach in February 2015.
That move saw him reunited with Alex Neil after the pair had spent the previous decade at Scottish Premiership outfit Hamilton Academical.
McAvoy became Neil's assistant when he took over as player-manager at New Douglas Park in May 2013.
His first coaching job was with Dunfermline Athletic before he joined Hamilton as an Academy coach in 2005.
He progressed to become Academy Director, and then moved into the first-team department under Neil's predecessor Billy Reid.
Dean Kiely joined Norwich City in March 2015, after a lengthy association with West Bromwich Albion.
It was with the Baggies where Kiely began as a schoolboy, before moving on to a number of clubs ahead of making his senior debut for York City in 1990.
He made over 200 appearances across a six-year spell, but left for Bury prior to a 1999 switch to Charlton Athletic.
After a short stint with Portsmouth he made a return to the Hawthorns in 2007, eventually retiring as a player in 2011 to become a full-time member of the coaching staff.
During his career, he appeared 11 times for the Republic of Ireland national team.