Tottenham Hotspur have announced the appointment of 29-year old Ryan Mason to take charge of the club replacing sacked Jose Mourinho.
The former England International has signed a deal with the Londoners which will run till the end of the current season.
The former Spurs academy graduate will make history on Wednesday when they play against Southampton becoming the youngest premier league coach to oversee a league game.
Mason, born on June 13, 1991 made his one and only international debut for the three Lions back in 2015, but he met a setback in his career which caused his early retirement.
In 2017, Mason sustained a skull injury in a league game against Chelsea which sat him out for until 2018 where he retired due to advice from medical doctors.
He will now be employed for the first since his retirement and will take up a huge responsibility left behind by Jose Mourinho which include pushing for a European spot finish this season.