Cowdenbeath have named former Dundee United and Hibernian defender Brian Welsh as their new manager.
Brian Welsh has a brief spell as a player with the Blue Brazil
Welsh, who has been youth coach at Central Park for two years, replaces his former Tannadice team-mate, Mixu Paatelainen, who returned to Finland.
The new boss told the Cowden website: "I believe I have served my time and am more than ready for the challenge."
"I am looking to build on the success that Mixu has achieved and make Cowden as successful a team as possible."
The 37-year-old Welsh famously scored the decisive goal in a play-off victory over Partick Thistle as United won promotion back to the SPL in 1996.
His playing career was ended by injury after a spell with the Blue Brazil.
"I run my own taxi firm but will be at Central Park every day and the regime of full-time training will continue for those players without other commitments during the day," he said.
Cowdenbeath chairman Gordon McDougall added:"We knew what we were looking for and Brian met that criteria.
"He comes from the same school as Mixu - the Jim McLean school of coaching - and has a excellent football pedigree.
"We had good interest in the post but felt that continuity was important as we have an excellent set-up at the club."