A former Liverpool cult hero now looks unrecognisable in their new managerial role.
The player, who joined Liverpool in a £7million deal back in 2008, has taken on a number of coaching roles and is now first-team manager at Serie C side Pro Vercelli.
He joined the Reds to fill the gap of departing full-back John Arne Riise, who joined Roma that summer, but only made 18 appearances in two years.
And, if you were struggling to name the player already, you won't be helped by the tremendous difference in his physical appearance - namely with his new hairstyle.
During his playing days, the defender rocked a short, buzz-cut style on pitch but now boasts a long head of hair.
The mystery man is, of course, former full-back Andrea Dossena.
His most notable contributions for the Reds, during his brief stint there, were undoubtedly his goals against Real Madrid and Manchester United.
In a substitute appearance against the Spanish giants, Dossena managed to find the back of the net during a famous 4-0 win.
He also managed to get on the scoresheet against the Red Devils, when Rafael Benitez's side ran riot in a 4-1 victory.
Dossena eventually left the Reds in 2010 when he joined Italian side Napoli, where he stayed for three seasons and made 83 appearances in total.
He ended up returning to the Premier League for a brief stint with Sunderland before later joining Leyton Orient.
After retiring from his playing career, he's had managerial spells with Italian sides Crema, Ravenna and Renate, prior to his role with Pro Vercelli.Read on m.allfootballapp.com