Alex Ferguson last played for Dunfermline in 1967 but he hasn't forgotten about them even though he's now widely recognised as one of the greatest managers ever.
The Manchester United manager has made an offer for a friendly to be played against the Fife team in order to raise cash and save them from a imminent winding-up order by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.
From the BBC:
"He is a very busy man but he is a true fan," said Jim Leishman of Ferguson.
"We've to go and speak to him to see if he can come up with something."
The offer from the Manchester United boss came about when Roy Barry, who played for the Pars at the same time as Ferguson, was at Old Trafford recently for a match and Ferguson suggested staging a friendly game at East End Park to help his former club.