Frenchman Kamel Djabour has been appointed the new national coach of Congo-Brazzaville, replacing his Auxerre colleague Jean-Guy Wallemme.
Djabour was Wallemme's assistant at both Auxerre and Congo, but has now quit his job with the French Ligue 2 club.
Wallemme resigned as Congo coach last week saying he could no longer combine the two jobs.
The 52-year-old Djabour, who has Algerian roots, is a former defender with Racing Paris and previously worked with clubs in Benin and Mali.
Congo-Brazzaville failed to qualify for next year's Africa Cup of Nations under Wallemme but the side currently sit top of their 2014 World Cup qualifying group after two matches.