Coventry-born winger Gareth Evans was a stalwart in green and white for eight years in the late eighties and early nineties, before returning in various coaching roles in 2007.
Evans managed the reserve side for three years before stepping in as caretaker during the transition of John Hughes and Colin Calderwood.
On the pitch, Evans was a tenacious and pacey winger who arrived from Rotherham during Alex Miller's time in the dugout at Easter Road. In over 300 appearances for the Club, he netted 38 times, including a winner in a 3-2 success over Celtic at Parkhead in the 1991/92 season.
After leaving the Club for Partick Thistle as a player and Livingston as a coach 15 years later, Evans has since become manager of the Scotland Woman's U19 side.
Full name Gareth John Evans
Date of birth 14th January 1967
Place of birth Coventry, England
Height 5ft 8in