Georgia have confirmed the addition of former Ireland fly-half David Humphreys and ex-France international Sebastien Bruno to their coach panel ahead of the Autumn Nations Cup.
Humphreys has played 72 Tests for Ireland between 1996 and 2005 and played for London Irish and Ulster during his playing career that spanned for 13 years. He started his coaching career with Ulster in 2008 and was the director of rugby with Gloucester between 2008 and 2020 before he left the role in June.
The 49-year-old will take high performance consultant role with Georgia.
Meanwhile, Bruno played 26 Tests for France between 2002 and 2008 has worked with the Les Bleus as forwards coach and will take a similar role with the Lelos.
Neil Doak has been assigned the role of backs and attack coach for the tournament starting next month while Calvin Morris, who has the experience of working as strength and conditioning coach with England in the 2011 World Cup will join the panel as high performance director.
Georgia are pooled in Group A along with England, Ireland and Wales and will play their first game against Andy Farrell's men at Aviva Stadium in Dublin on 13th November.