Gary Waddock has returned to Aldershot Town for a second spell as manager.
The former QPR player and manager, from Kingsbury, has left his job as assistant first-team coach at Barnet to return to the National League club on a rolling contract.
Waddock led the Shots into the Football League in 2008 with a then record points total of 101. He has since managed Wycombe and had short spells in charge at Oxford United and Portsmouth.
His first managerial job was at Rangers, where he was a hugely popular player in the 1980s and also had a spell as youth coach.
He succeeded Ian Holloway at Loftus Road in 2006 but was replaced by John Gregory later that year following a series of poor results and behind-the-scenes problems.