Nottingham Forest fans seem unanimous in not wanting current Leeds United boss Steve Evans to be their next manager.
Evans’ odds to become the next manager of Forest have tumbled in recent weeks, and he is now one of the favourites to land the post.
Reports have surfaced in the Yorkshire Evening Post suggesting that Forest have already made an approach to try and land the 53-year-old boss.
The Nottingham Post says that Forest have denied that these rumours have any truth, but he is still considered to be one of the names in the frame to take over at the City Ground.
Evans’ current contract at Leeds is set to expire at the end of the season, and he is widely expected to leave Elland Road.
It means that Forest could land the former Rotherham and Crawley boss without having to pay any compensation, but supporters of the Midlands side are firmly against the idea. Here is the best reaction to the rumours on social media site Twitter.
Credit to you if you've bought a season ticket whilst #nffc are linked to Steve Evans.— Nigel Anderson (@NigeAnderson) April 27, 2016
If Steve Evans was the last available manager left on earth, I'd be disgusted if we appointed him. #nffc— Hannah Dexter (@hannahforest) April 27, 2016
nffc (@danzboyd) April 27, 2016
Potential season ticket renewals holding back to see who's going to take charge. If it's Steve Evans there'll be loads of empty seats #nffc— geoff (@n55ffc) April 25, 2016
Not being funny but for the sake of saving £30 on early bird think ill wait until I know it's definitely not Steve Evans #nffc— singermark77 (@singermark77) April 25, 2016
I rather have Billy back than Steve Evans. Can't stand the bloke. #nffc— Steve (@brownmvp1983) April 20, 2016
I feel the Steve Evans to #nffc speculation is just that and has no substance, but if he did join it would be a post final straw with Fawaz— John Geary (@JohnGeary) April 20, 2016
Worryingly seeing Steve Evans odds Plummeting today is definitely not a good end to the day #nffc— Lee (@goodylee1985) April 18, 2016
Evans has also been linked with the managerial roles at Celtic and Peterborough United in the past few weeks.