Northern Rangers named Fernando Munoz Paredes as their new coach ahead of the 2020 championship season.
The club paraded out the Chilean on Wednesday to its followers on Facebook.
Munoz comes to the club with a strong coaching background that extends to holding an Oceania B licence.
Club president Rod Fulton was keen to add new flair to the Rangers' style of play.
"Fernando brings a background in South American football, hailing from Chile," Fulton wrote on Facebook.
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"And as well as developing senior players, he has a vision for our junior academy and school holiday program for 2020. Exciting times."
Munoz is one of two new signings among the Rangers coaching ranks, as under-18 coach Phillip Ragan also this week jumps on board.
Fulton called the pair "a couple of handy additions".
"Both are experienced and well-credentialed coaches, who appreciate the importance of family and community that forms a strong part of our club culture," he said.
Rangers enters their top side in the Northern Championship for a second straight season after departing the NPL Tasmania competition at the end of 2018.
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