Graeme Jones - Profile (No longer at Everton)
Everton appointed Graeme Jones as assistant to Roberto Martinez in the summer of 2013, with the pair renewing their partnership for a third time.
They had previously worked together at Wigan and Swansea - where Martinez cut his managerial teeth.
Jones and Martinez were first in tandem when the Spaniard was Wigan's midfield ball-winner and Jones was their prolific striker.
The Latics were one of several lower league and Scottish outfits who enjoyed Jones’ services during a 14-year professional career.
He also played for Bridlington Town, Doncaster, St Johnstone, Southend, Boston United, Bury, Clyde and Hamilton Academical.
After retiring from playing he stayed at Hamilton as assistant manager before rejoining Martinez when he took the reins at Swansea in 2007.
He then followed the manager to Wigan where he helped them win the FA Cup in 2013.
Graeme left Everton after Roberto Martinez was sacked at the end of the 2015-16 season.