Clyde have named former St Mirren boss Danny Lennon as their new manager following the recent departure of Jim Chapman.
The 48-year-old's first game in charge of the Bully Wee will be Saturday's Scottish Cup third-round tie against East Fife at Broadwood.
Lennon won the League Cup with Saints and has also managed Cowdenbeath and Alloa Athletic, as well as having a short spell at Airdrieonians.
Clyde chairman Norrie Innes told the club website: “Danny, in preparation for his interview, attended the game against Stirling Albion and demonstrated his strong desire for the job by presenting his own detailed match analysis.
“He has a very impressive record and a substantial skill set which is what we need to develop a stronger footballing structure and positive culture within the club. This will be founded on the hard work we have carried out in our commercial and operational areas."