Swansea City announced Carlos Carvalhal as their manager on 28 December 2017.
Following a playing career as a defender in Portugal, Carvalhal started his coaching career in 1998 with Espinho in the Portuguese second tier.
The Braga-born coach then managed numerous teams within Portugal, most notably becoming the first person in Portugal to take a team in the third tier to the Uefa Cup. He achieved this with Leixões in the 2001/02 campaign thanks to a runner-up place in the Taça de Portugal.
In 2007/08, Carvalhal guided Vitoria Setubal to sixth in Primeira Liga and beat Sporting Lisbon to win the Portuguese League Cup.
A spell in Greece and with Maritimo back in Portugal preceded two interim manager roles; with Sporting Lisbon and Besiktas in Turkey, where he stayed to manage Istanbul Basaksehir.
After a spell out of management, Carvalhal came to England in June 2015 to take over at Sheffield Wednesday, guiding the Owls to back-to-back Championship finals, losing both.
The two parted company on 24 December 2017, but the Portuguese coach was unveiled as Paul Clement's permanent successor at Swansea four days later.