Former Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood has joined the board of Cowdenbeath.
The Scot, who also took charge at Kilmarnock and Ross County, as well as various clubs in Holland, had been out of football since 2014.
The Blue Brazil are aiming for an immediate return to League One under Liam Fox, who replaced Colin Nish as manager.
And now they have brought in Calderwood to add some experience and know-how to the club.
Chairman Donald Findlay said: “Jimmy brings a real wealth of football knowledge and experience to Central Park.
“He knows the game inside out and I am very pleased that we are able to augment the board in this way as we strive to work our way back up the leagues.”
The 61-year-old was in charge at Pittodrie between 2004 and 2009, replacing Steve Paterson.
Calderwood’s side finished fourth in his first season, before slipping to sixth in 2005/06.
But Aberdeen bounced back to finish third, securing a spot in the Uefa Cup for the 2007/08 season.
Another fourth-placed finish followed but the highlights of that season were during the club’s European escapades.
Calderwood presided over the 4-0 demolition of FC Copenhagen and a 2-2 draw with German giants Bayern Munich at Pittodrie.
The 2008/09 season was to be Calderwood’s last in charge at Pittodrie.
A 4-2 win against Celtic in January 2009 lifted the club to third.
But the Dons won three out of their remaining 16 games, just securing European qualification on the final day.
After finishing fourth that year, the club announced that Calderwood was leaving “by mutual consent” that May.
Short stints at Kilmarnock, Ross County, Go Ahead Eagles and De Graafschap all followed between 2010 and 2014.