Linlithgow Rose have chosen former manager Mark Bradley as the man to bring the good times back to Prestonfield.
The former Hearts player was previously in charge of the club for a successful three-year spell from 2011 to 2014. He led Rose to the Super League title in season 2012/13 after an unbeaten league campaign and took the club to the Junior Cup final in the same season, before resigning in March 2014.
Bradley is the fifth manager to take the role on a permanent basis at Prestonfield in a tumultuous three years for the club. His appointment follows the sacking of manager Todd Lumsden earlier this month.
He will take charge of his first match as boss when Linlithgow visit Lochee United on Super League duty this Saturday.