A Morton captain who made 140 appearances between 1982 and 1985, famously picking up the SPFA Player of the Year in his final season, Jim Duffy returned as manager in May 2014.
Jim was charged with guiding the club back to the Championship at the first time of asking following relegation.
And the former defender duly did so, with his team dramatically clinching the League One title with a 3-1 win over Peterhead on the final day of the season.
He continued his good work the following campaign by steering his side to a fifth-place finish in a highly competitive second tier including the likes of Rangers and Hibs.
A well-travelled manager, the 58-year-old has been boss at Falkirk, Dundee (twice) Hibs, Norwich City, Brechin City and Clyde.
His coaching CV also includes stints at Chelsea and Portsmouth as well as working as director of football at Hearts.
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