Leeds supporters have reacted to their former manager's new role on social media.
It's over a year since Dave Hockaday's ill-fated spell as Leeds United boss. Many fans still can't believe it ever happened.
The 57-year-old has now moved on, though, being appointed Kidderminster's new manager on Friday night.
Ironically, it came on the same day Rotherham United hired another former Leeds coach in Neil Redfearn - giving the Elland Road faithful plenty to talk about on Twitter.
Naturally, there was a lot of reaction to Hockaday's Kidderminster appointment on social media. Most of it came from Leeds not Harriers fans.
And, naturally, a lot of that reaction was of a mocking nature. Indeed, Leeds supporters have memories of a specific kind when it comes to the 57-year-old. Memories that mainly involved wondering how on Earth Massimo Cellino decided to hire Hockaday, questioning what on Earth he was doing at the Yorkshire side, then pondering why on Earth Hockaday wasn't dismissed earlier.
Was he that bad? Yes.
Yet the more pertinent question is whether Hockaday can provide use for Kidderminster at a lower level than Championship football. But Leeds fans aren't convinced he'll be able to bounce back...
You may well take the piss out of Hockaday but he has a better win ratio for Leeds than Rosler ready to cry yet?— Steve Silverman (@SilvermanLUFC61) October 9, 2015
People continually slag of David Cameron yet fail to see that underprivileged people like David Hockaday can consistently find work #lufc— Morley white (@morleywhites) October 9, 2015
Hockaday back in work at Kidderminster. We only need Milanic now for the hat-trick today #lufc— Daz Midge (@omicdaz) October 9, 2015
For Dave hockaday has a job in football why haven't I— Dan (@faketalesofdans) October 9, 2015
Dave Hockaday takes over at kiddie harriers, thats pretty close to me, am gonna track him down— Luke (@Iukeee) October 9, 2015
I'm sure the 5 fans Kidderminster have are very upset at the hockaday news— Lucass (@Junuzovicc) October 9, 2015
Leeds Twitter all laughing at Hockaday right now. He'll have the final laugh when Kidderminster wins the FA Cup & storms thru Europe.— Eric (@EMcLean1982) October 9, 2015