Colin Miller has been installed as interim manager of the Canadian national team for the third time.
The 48-year old Scottish-born ex-Canada international will take the reins for the May 28 friendly with Costa Rica as the Canadian Soccer Association continues their search to permanently replace Stephen Hart who resigned last year.
Former Doncaster Rovers, Hamilton Academical, St Johnstone, Heart of Midlothian and Dunfermline defender was temporarily in charge of the Canucks back in 2003, going without a win in three matches, and also oversaw the 4-0 loss to Denmark in January this year.
The FC Edmonton boss has again been given the nod for the short-term and admitted he was extremely proud to be taking charge yet again.
"I'm the proudest man in Canada, once again," Miller said in a press release.
"We will be hoping to build on the positive way we finished our last camp together with a result away to USA, and also looking to build on the good work that Tony Fonseca did with the team during the recent camp in Qatar."
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