ANDY GRAHAM has brought back yet another familiar face to the Recs as he adds to his backroom staff once more.

Graeme Holmes, who fans will remember for their stellar six seasons in an Alloa shirt, has left Cumbernauld Colts to join up with his former teammate at the Indodrill.

Cumbernauld Colts, who Alloa will face in a friendly this evening, made the announcement via their social media channels on Monday.

Holmes, affectionately nicknamed Homer, had been spotted in the dugout by Alloa fans throughout their pre-season friendly campaign.

Colts manager David Proctor said: “Homer’s departure will leave a huge hole both in the starting XI and the dressing room in general.

“His level of professionalism and commitment was exceptional and his legacy at the club will last for a long time.

“Graeme showed the same hunger and desire to be successful at 40 years old as he did when our paths first crossed 26 years ago.

“He can look back on his playing career with pride and we all wish him the very best of luck back at Alloa.”

Holmes signed under Paul Hartley back in 2011 and went on to make 228 appearances for the Wasps, playing a crucial role in the promotion from the Third Division and the subsequent playoff promotion into the Championship.

He scored 16 goals before departing the club in 2017 for Albion Rovers.