A member of one of the club's most famous trios, former Glasgow back-rower Kelly Brown re-joined the club as an assistant coach in August 2020.
One of the famed 'Killer Bs', Brown joined the Warriors in May 2007 and went on to make over 80 appearances for the club across the back-row.
A highly seven-year spell at Saracens followed, during which time the Edinburgh native helped the London side to three Premiership and two Heineken Champions Cup titles.
Brown also represented his country with distinction during an illustrious playing career, captaining Scotland on 14 occasions and earning 64 caps in total.
Since hanging up his boots in 2017, Brown has become one of Scotland's most promising young coaches; the former flanker's work with the Saracens Academy has seen a host of players progress to the senior ranks at one of English rugby's most prestigious development centres.
A stint with the Canadian men's squad ahead of the 2017 Summer Tests is also on Brown's CV, as well as working with the Royal Navy squad.
In addition, Brown has worked with the Scotland national setup on two separate occasions, most recently in the lead-up to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan alongside Danny Wilson.
Date of birth: June 8 1982
Height: 6ft 4in
Glasgow Debut: August 2020
Place of birth: Edinburgh, Scotland
Player number: 166