Annan Athletic have named Peter Murphy as their new boss.
The former Carlisle United defender has taken over as player manager at Galabank.
The Irishman spent more than a decade at Carlisle in a successful spell at Brunton Park and will be hoping to make a similar impact in his first managerial role.
Annan Athletic boss Jim Chapman says it's time for his players to reflect and rebuild for next year, after their promotion hopes came to an end last night.
The Galabankies lost 4-2 to Forfar Athletic in the League One second leg play off.
It meant they were beaten 6-2 on aggregate and will remain in the bottom tier for next season.
The chairman of Annan Athletic, Henry McLelland, has been charged by the Scottish Football Association with alleged match betting.
The complaint involves more than 4,000 bets with 430 including his own club.
The charges date from July 2011 until May 2017.
Mr McLelland has until 16th May to respond to the complaint, with the principal hearing date scheduled for 1st June.
In a statement, the club say they will support the chairman until the matter has reached a conclusion.
"Annan Athletic Football Club recognise the complaint that has been raised by the Scottish Football Association (SFA) and the club will co-operate fully with the enquiry.
"In the interim, the club will offer its support to the chairman until the matter is resolved’
Annan Athletic are preparing to take on Forfar this evening in the first leg of their third division play off.
The club are hosting Forfar at Galabank and go into the game with the upper hand, having beaten them 4-2 during the last game of the league season.
The second leg takes place in Forfar on Saturday.
Members of Annan Athletic football club have voted to pass full ownership of the club to the fans.
It will be converted to a Community Benefit Society, after 74 per cent of members voted in favour of the change.
Annan Athletic will now proceed with the legal process of becoming a 100 per cent fan-owned club.
When the process is complete, it will be democratically managed by its fan shareholders, operating a one-member-one-vote system.
The club says the move will also limit liability for the owners, and provide greater protection for the clubs' assets.
Annan Athletic have long been part of the community and this latest restructure will see the club further develop their links in aspects of the communities of Annan and the surrounding area with the aim of ‘inspiring active lives for all'.
Further announcements about how supporters and the community can join the club on this journey will be made shortly.
Annan Athletic are particularly indebted to Supporters Direct for their help and guidance in ensuring the club achieved this latest success.
Scotland's first ever amputee football tournament has been held in Dumfries and Galloway today.
Annan Athletic joined forces with limb-loss charity "Finding Your Feet" to welcome amputee teams including Manchester City and Everton.
Annan's own disability team were able to put their skills to the test too, as Lori Carnochan reports:
Annan Athletic have been hosting Scotland's first ever amputee football tournament.
The event was organised by local Annan man Brian Murray, who plays for Scotland's only amputee football team, Partick Thistle.
His own team were put to the test by some of the best amputee footballers in the country, who were there representing Everton and Manchester City.
"Two years ago there was absolutely no amputee football in Scotland. We are in the early stages of the sport here, and it's something i'm desperate to try and grow.
Down south they have a great league and a huge interest in the sport. It's something i'd love to develop north of the border and today is really a dream come true for me."
Brian is also an ambassador for limb-loss charity Finding Your Feet, who sponsored the event.
The charity was set up by Corrinne Hutton who was left a quadruple amputee after losing her hands and feet to septicaemia three years ago.
"It's about letting people know that they have a future. Of course nobody wants to be an amputee but it's about making the most of what you've got. Right now we're welcoming people of all ages, male and female, to come and give it a go."
Annan Athletic welcome Scottish Premiership club Motherwell to Galabank this weekend.
It's the team's third match of the group stage of the Scottish League Cup.
They lost 2-0 away at Rangers in midweek, but after a strong performance they will be hoping for a positive result this time.
Kick off is at 3pm at Galabank.
Berwick moved off the foot of the Scottish League Two table by claiming their first league win since Boxing Day with a 3-2 result at home to play-off contenders Annan Athletic.
Berwick had the best chances of the first half before taking a deserved lead after 32 minutes thanks to a good run by Darren Lavery, whose square pass ended in a close-range finish from Blair Henderson.
The lead was doubled 10 minutes later when leading scorer Lavery converted from the penalty spot, but things turned just after the restart when Berwick goalkeeper Kevin Walker was sent off for a last-ditch tackle on Josh Todd, leaving Ryan McStay to smash home a free-kick from the edge of the box.
Berwick's Allan Walker saw a free-kick hit the crossbar, but he was eventually successful after 88 minutes following a counter-attack, and even though Annan pulled another back through Stuart McColm from a corner, the hosts somehow hung on for the win.
Annan Athletic could extend their lead at the top of Scottish League Two today. They travel to East Fife, who are currently second, knowing if they win and other results elsewhere go their way they'll open up a six point advantage. Ryan Dollard went to see them in training.