Former local football star Wu Kwok-hung is set to make his return - not as a player but as team manager of Golden. Golden chairman Chow Man-shun said yesterday the ex-Seiko playmaker would share his new title with TV presenter and actor Nat Chan Pak-cheung. 'Wu is one of Hong Kong's best players ever. He is a football genius. We need his experience on the pitch and his advice to our players on how to improve their skills,' said Chow, who has been a long-time friend of Wu's. 'When I invited Wu to join us, he agreed immediately and we had a brief meeting together with the other members of the club management on Tuesday night. 'He will help us choose the right expatriate players and he will also assist our coach Wong Yiu-shun in training.' Wu, the six-time Hong Kong Footballer of the Year, retired in 1986 at the age of 37, after a career spanning more than 15 years. The creative midfielder led the defunct champions Seiko - one of the most successful clubs in the territory - to numerous First Division titles in the 1970s and '80s. He switched to the catering industry on retirement, but still turns out for Seiko and Friends for charity matches. Golden management has been reshuffled after club president Simon Wan Chi-lok resigned last month. Chow and his three brothers Man-hei, Man-wai and Man-leung will share the team's expenses with their sponsor Golden Atom and businessman Chan Ming. 'We are looking to sign Sing Tao's centre-half Darren Jackson through our Scottish striker Lee Bullen, who is on holiday back home,' said Chow. 'And we have asked Anto Grabo to look for players in Yugoslavia.'