Hibernian are pleased to confirm that popular former player Guillaume 'Boozy' Beuzelin has rejoined the club as an Academy coach with immediate effect.
The charismatic Frenchman originally moved to Easter Road as an influential midfielder in the summer of 2004 and recorded 118 appearances before joining Coventry City four years later.
Now the 33-year-old, who retired through injury, is back and has been assigned the task of coaching the club's under-14 team - something Beuzelin says he is delighted about.
Beuzelin said: "I've been asked by the club to come back and to become a coach of the youth Academy.
"I couldn't turn down this offer and I'm delighted to be back at Hibs - it is a club that I'm very passionate about and I'm looking forward to the challenge.
"I've been told there are no former players coaching within the youth system. I'm a former player, so I know and love Hibs, but I'm also foreign, so hopefully I can bring some different ideas.
"With all my experience of playing in different countries, I hope to be able to bring something different and beneficial to the club and help to develop quality Hibs players."
Beuzelin's new role will also entail coaching local primary schoolchildren as part of the Tesco Bank Football Challenge with the Hibernian Community Foundation.
Unfailingly enthusiastic about the team in green, Beuzelin's appointment further strengthens the coaching set-up of our revered Academy and everybody connected with the club welcomes him back to the club.
A full interview with Boozy will be aired on Monday afternoon on Hibernian TV (click here to subscribe - from 15p-per-day)
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