Former Tottenham duo have been reunited.
Former Tottenham Hotspur pair Mido and Ian Walker have been thrown together a coaching course in Cardiff.
Both ex-Premier League players have travelled from across the world to take part in the UEFA B course as they seek to take the next step in their post playing careers.
The duo did not cross over in their careers at White Hart Lane, but have plenty in common to discuss from their respective spells in North London.
Mido - Tottenham Hotspur in action
Mido is still only 33, retiring early after a brief spell at Barnsley in 2013. He played for Spurs between 2005 and 2007.
He has already made his way into management, with two spells at Egyptian side Zamalek, and another at Ismaily, where he resigned after a row with the players.
Tottenham keeper Ian Walker
Walker still has the same hair as he did in his playing days, and is now 44.
He retired in 2008 after a spell as a back-up at Bolton, and made more than 300 appearances for Spurs between the early 90s and 2001, before leaving for Leicester City.
He had a brief spell in management with Bishop's Stortford, but can now be located in China, where he has been the goalkeeping coach at Shanghai East Asia.