It's possibly one of the most bizarre combinations in the history of football - Edgar Davids and Barnet.
Davids has played for Holland in World Cups and at some of Europe's best clubs - including Inter Milan and Barcelona.
Today, he's been unveiled as joint-manager of the north London club.
Barnet are at the bottom of League Two - the lowest league in top-flight football - without one win so far this season.
So, why has he joined them?
Chris Paxton went to find out.
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