Rotherham United have appointed former Leeds United boss Neil Warnock as their new manager until the end of the season - replacing another former Leeds coach in Neil Redfearn.
And how do Rotherham fans feel about the news?
Unlike a lot of those looking in from the outside, the Millers faithful appear delighted with the appointment.
Indeed, if there's one thing the 67-year-old definitely has, it's experience. Will that be enough to keep Rotherham up? We'll just have to wait and see...
Supporters are now upbeat, though, and are looking forward to their weekend clash against Birmingham City:
Get in. Come on Neil Warnock! We have a chance of survival. Glad to see Tony has some Balls! #rufc— Adam Smith (@adam_smigster) February 11, 2016
Happy and somewhat confident with Warnock's appointment. It's a strange feeling for a Miller. Bring on Brum #RUFC— Richard Nicholls (@rwnicholls) February 11, 2016
Absolutely buzzing with the appointment of warnock! Best man for the job imo #rufc— Matt Smith (@Millerfred8) February 11, 2016
Worth remembering Warnock loaned Quinn and Forte to #rufc for free in 2006 when we were heading towards bankruptcy. I'm hopeful!— Graeme Davison (@graeme900) February 11, 2016
Warnock a good appointment, looking forward to Saturday now!! #rufc— George Elliott (@RUFC2014) February 11, 2016
#rufc seems everyone happy with warnock now thats a refreshing change— rolo (@rowling26) February 11, 2016
However, Leeds fans had plenty to say about the Millers' new boss but weren't as optimistic.
Indeed, the United faithful were full of mockery as Rotherham announced the former Queens Park Rangers, Leeds and Sheffield United boss as their new manager.
And the prospect of Warnock and Steve Evans facing off is also something supporters couldn't resist joking about...
Imagine the scenes at a Warnock/Evans post match interview. The delusional and bewildering comments would reach new heights. #lufc— Nathan Brien (@nath_brien) February 11, 2016
@OfficialRUFC— Peter LUFC (@Peter_LUFC) February 11, 2016
This has to be a spoof account.
@LeonWobYP redfearn, warnock, blackwell all ex Leeds, they'll be appointing hockaday next— David Leitch (@leitchy2485) February 11, 2016
Is Warnock going through all the Yorkshire clubs?— Beth (@BF_lufc) February 11, 2016