Former Everton and Manchester United manager David Moyes' career has taken an unexpected turn, with the Scot now passing on his wealth of knowledge and experience to the Jordan Football Association.

Moyes was pictured in the ​Metro teaching seminars to Jordanian coaches, whilst also seemingly offering tactical advise to those in attendance. 

The 53-year-old also attended the under-17's Women's National Team training as they prepare for the under-17's Women's World Cup, but it is believed the role will only last a few days.

The Glaswegian has been out of work since his ill-fated year-long stint as manager of Spanish side Real Sociedad, but is apparently happy spreading his coaching knowledge around the world, starting with Jordan.

In a number of unique photos shared by the Jordanian FA, Moyes appears to be an advocate for a 4-2-2-2 formation on his tactics board, as well as being a supporter of women's football in the tumultuous region.

The former Celtic player has been linked with jobs all over the place, but most recently the Sunderland job, should Sam Allardyce become the next England manager. 

However until then, it is apparent that Moyes looks delighted with his current role in Jordanian football for however long it may last.