Bobby Gould had not managed a club since Cheltenham in 2003
Former Wales boss Bobby Gould has been appointed as Weymouth's new manager.
The 62-year-old has not had a managerial role since leaving Cheltenham in 2003 and replaces Alan Lewer who was sacked on Saturday.
Weymouth are currently in the Blue Square Premier relegation zone following Saturday's 1-0 defeat by already-relegated Lewes.
The Terras have lost 11 games in a row and have five games left to ensure their survival.
Gould, who managed Wimbledon's 1988 FA Cup-winning side, has also managed Bristol Rovers, West Bromwich Albion, Coventry and Cardiff and had a spell on the coaching staff at Peterborough before leaving in 2004.
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