Buddies legend goes to Clyde
League Cup winning manager Danny Lennon has been appointed new boss of League Two side Clyde.
Lennon, who coached St Mirren to their 2013 League Cup triumph over Hearts, takes the hot seat at Broadwood following the sacking of Jim Chapman a fortnight ago.
The 48-year-old enjoyed a successful four-year spell in charge of the Buddies between 2010 and 2014, keeping Saints in the top flight and securing their first major trophy since 1987 with the win at Hampden.
He left the Saints at the end of the following season, before taking on a caretaker role as boss of the Scotland under-21 side. He then moved on to Alloa Athletic where he helped them avoid the drop via the Championship play-offs.
A brief stint in charge of Airdrie followed, before being offered the manager’s position at the Bully Wee yesterday.
Clyde chairman Norrie Innes said Danny had an impressive record.