Championship strugglers Bolton Wanderers have appointed former Celtic boss Neil Lennon as their new manager.
The Northern Irishman succeeds Dougie Freedman, who was sacked with the Trotters bottom of the league on just five points from 11 games.
Bolton have one less point than Blackpool, who started the season with just only registered players, and a goal difference of -13, the worst in the division.
A club statement read: "Bolton Wanderers are delighted to announce the appointment of Neil Lennon as the club’s new manager.
"Lennon, 43, joins the club after a successful four-year spell at the helm of Scottish giants Celtic, where he won three league titles, two domestic cups and led the side in European competition.
"Lennon also enjoyed a decorated playing career, most notably with Crewe Alexandra, Leicester City and Celtic, as well as representing Northern Ireland on the international stage."
But how have fans reacted?
A few doubters have inevitably surfaced, though Bolton fans, on the whole, seem to have been pleased and impressed by the appointment of the former SPL man. Some, meanwhile, have expressed their previous dislike for the 43-year-old, although they are keen to be won round by the Northern Irishman.
Here are the best fan reactions on Twitter...
Glad about Neil Lennon's appointment. It's what we need. Someone with passion that can motivate the team and won't take any nonsense. #bwfc— Adrian Disley (@agedisley) October 12, 2014
Neil Lennon appointed new #bwfc manager. So much for 'needing Championship experience'. Could be worse though, could have been Malky McKay— Andrew Wallwork (@MrSeatMan) October 12, 2014
As much I as I have disliked Neil Lennon in the past, he’s our new manager so I’ll get fully behind him. Welcome to the Macron Neil. #BWFC— Andy Simms (@asimms38) October 12, 2014
Happy with Neil Lennon, did a great job at Celtic. Only worry is he's not that experienced but I'm hopeful that won't be an issue #BWFC— Thomas Evans (@Tevans1994) October 12, 2014