Pundit Stan Collymore has taken to Twitter in order to criticise Wolverhampton Wanderers' decision to appoint Walter Zenga today.
Wolves have been taken over by Chinese consortium Fosun, and now the club have decided to part ways with manager Kenny Jackett just days after Fosun took the reins at Molineux.
Fans were expecting a Portuguese manager due to Jorge Mendes' influence with Fosun, but those supporters were left somewhat stunned this morning when Walter Zenga was confirmed as the club's new boss.
Former Hull manager Steve Bruce
Zenga was a legend during his playing days due to his performances as a goalkeeper for Inter Milan and the Italian national team, but his managerial career hasn't quite gone the same way.
The 56-year-old had managed 15 clubs before taking over at Wolves this morning; from New England Revolution to Steaua Bucharest, from Red Star Belgrade to Gaziantepspor, as well as Palermo, Sampdoria and most recently Al Shaab.
With little success as a manager, Zenga's arrival has been met with some concern, and pundit Stan Collymore certainly isn't keen on the move.
When Jackett's departure was confirmed, Collymore took to Twitter to predict that Steve Bruce - who has just resigned from Hull City - would take the job, given that he still has a home in nearby Solihull.
Once news broke of Zenga's arrival, Collymore suggested it was a 'huge gamble' for Wolves to go with the Italian over somebody like Bruce, noting that the latter's record in the Championship would've been ideal, given how he has guided Hull to promotion twice now.
Zenga.— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) July 30, 2016
Super goalie, former Serie A POTY.
Manager, a title with Steaua Bucharest.
In summary,huge gamble for #WWFC compared to a “Bruce”
If you’re comparing Zenga and Bruce in the FLC and Bruce doesn’t give you more confidence..— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) July 30, 2016
Wobble your head. https://t.co/ofSBpnBhzu
Would you have preferred Steve Bruce to Walter Zenga?