CHESTER CITY will unveil former player Joe Hinnigan as their new assistant manager/physio-therapist today.
The 51-year-old resigned from his physio's position with Bury last night.
Hinnigan, who besides City played for Gillingham, Sunderland and Wrexham, will start work at the Deva today.
City chairman Stephen Vaughan, said: "When we lost Clive Goodyear and John Gannon on Monday, I moved quickly to bring Joe back to the club.
"He has an excellent CV, knows this level of football inside out, and is an experienced physio."
Hinnigan will assist manager Keith Curle in the build-up to Saturday's important home game against Stockport County. Chester have recorded just one win from their last 10 outings.
Meanwhile Chester have made an offer to ex-Rochdale striker Paul Tait, 31, who is a free agent and impressed for City's reserve team on Monday.
"We have offered a package to Paul and he is talking it over with his advisors, he would be a good addition," said Vaughan..
Meanwhile, Chester have released on loan players Wayne Corden, Mark Roberts, Evan Horwood and Chris Robertson.