Tito Vilanova has the one of the best and worst jobs in world football after being named head coach of Barcelona.
He inherits arguably the best side in Europe containing perhaps the best footballer ever to play the sport.
But things may not appear what they seem.
Vilanova has taken charge at a time where the club has clearly been shaken by recent events on and off the pitch.
Not only must he emerge from the shadows of Pep Guardiola and become a number one in his own right, he must be successful very quickly or risk coming under intensive scrutiny from the relentless Spanish media.
Here are 10 things he must address straight away...