By Danny Gallagher For Mailonline
Published: 12:10 BST, 21 August 2019 | Updated: 12:10 BST, 21 August 2019
Clyde's 50-year-old manager Danny Lennon personally took it upon himself to help his side beat Celtic's colts team, by introducing himself as a second half substitute.
Such was Clyde's injury crisis, the manager was forced to name himself on the threadbare substitutes bench, which consisted of only four players and also included a trialist goalkeeper.
Despite this, and against all odds, Clyde still ran out victorious against the Celtic youth side and took a 3-1 victory to advance in the Glasgow Cup.
Clyde manager Danny Lennon brought himself on as a 76th minute sub in a recent cup game
The 50-year-old named himself on a threadbare bench, with his side struggling with injuries
Lennon took to the field 11 years on from officially retiring as a professional footballer
Lennon laced up his boots in the second half and brought himself onto the field as a late substitute in the 76th minute, 11 years on from his official retirement from football.