Billy McKinley was most recently manager of Norweigian side Stabaek.
Former Scotland international Billy McKinlay was named David Moyes's assistant at Real Sociedad on November 28, 2014.
previously worked at Fulham for nearly a decade in a coaching capacity -
firstly as Player-Coach before working his way up the club’s coaching
structure to First Team Coach under Martin Jol.
During his time at Craven Cottage, he was part of Roy Hodgson’s coaching staff and served alongside ex-Watford boss Ray Lewington.
He was also appointed Assistant Manager for Northern Ireland by former Dundee United team-mate Michael O’Neill in 2012.
More recently he was the head coach of Watford before he joined up with Moyes at Real Sociedad during the 2014/15 season.
A 20-year playing career started with 10 seasons at Dundee United and included a high-profile spell with Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League, as well as two campaigns with Leicester City before moving into coaching from playing at Fulham in 2005.