Following confirmation on Saturday that Peter Moores had been appointed as England head coach for a second time, we take a look back at the highs and lows of his coaching career.
2003: Coaches Sussex to the first County Championship title in their history, two years after winning the Division Two title.
2005: Named as Rod Marsh's successor in charge of the England Academy.
2007: Appointed as England coach following Duncan Fletcher's resignation. Wins first Test series 3-0 against the West Indies at home.
2008: Wins an overseas Test series for the first time, defeating New Zealand 2-1 after losing the opener.
2009: Appointed Lancashire coach just a month after his exit as England coach.
2011: Leads Lancashire to a first outright County Championship title since 1934.
2014: Re-appointed as England coach for the second time following Flower's resignation.
2007: Oversees England's first Test series defeat at home in six years, a 1-0 reverse by India.
2008: Loses a second home Test series 2-1 to South Africa, with trusted captain Michael Vaughan retiring before the final Test and Kevin Pietersen appointed in his place.
2009: Sacked as England coach following a recommendation made to the ECB by Pietersen, who was forced to resign as a result.
2010: After England retain the Ashes Down Under with Andy Flower in charge, Pietersen references Moores by telling reporters: "We would not be here today if I had not done what I did then."
2012: Relegated with Lancashire a year after winning the County Championship.