West Brom fans may pay homage to new boss Tony Pulis tonight when the club travel to Everton.
West Bromich Albion travel to Goodison Park this evening as they take on Everton in the Monday Night Football.
There's a chance that the away end of the famous Goodison Park may look a little different tonight though and viewers will be forgiven for thinking that the travelling support are actually some sort of 'cult'.
In part, they won't be wrong. The cult in this case, is West Brom manager...sorry...'Head Coach' Tony Pulis or more specifically, his famous cap!
Soon after the Welshman's arrival at the Hawthorns, it didn't take long for the club shop to sell out of his trademark baseball caps and they have had to put a whole new order in since.
Director of communications Martin Swain, told the Express & Star: "The baseball cap is the Tony Pulis trademark and our fans have taken to it. Hopefully it will become the emblem of a good second half of the season."
In Pulis' first game in charge against Gateshead in the FA Cup, he decided to wear a suit but chose to don his more traditional style of full tracksuit against Hull - a look that included trainers which were whiter than Simon Cowell's teeth!
We look forward to seeing how many Baggies fans 'cap-up' tonight but the sea of navy blue and white baseball caps really will be a sight to see during their next home game against Tottenham at the end of the month.