Glasgow Rangers fans want Frank de Boer to be offered an interview at Ibrox, after he announced his interest in taking over from Pedro Caixinha.
De Boer confirmed yesterday that he had had no contact from Rangers, but he would be interested in talking to the Glasgow side.
And Rangers fans are enthused about the prospect of De Boer managing them.
So Frank DeBoer basically issuing a come and speak to me plea to the Rangers board it seems. I know it didn't go great at Inter and Palace but no doubting the mans pedigree.— Rangers Bantz (@RangersBantz) November 17, 2017
We have to at least speak to the guy.— Rev. I Am Jolly (@will_car86rfc1) November 17, 2017
I’m sold. But he gets time and support. Fans can’t expect miracles— Pedro McCoist (@bluekingpedro54) November 17, 2017
Derek McInnes or Frank De Boer?— Craig Smith (@csljm84) November 17, 2017
Is that even a question?
If it is, I'd have never have thought it would ever be a debate
I'd take de Boer over McInnes yes. Think the board is afraid of another foreign appointment though.— #GraemeMurtyLoyal (@StaunchusPilate) November 17, 2017
Frank de Boer appears to be the only one who wants the jobs who appears to be a winner. We should at least speak to him. He’s failed in his last two jobs, so maybe this would give him a chance to rebuild his reputation.— Jamie (@jamiecurrie89) November 17, 2017
FdB should be considered. A title winning manager who has played for us and brings a strong footballing philosophy— Gaz (@GazMurtinho) November 17, 2017
De Boer has failed in his last two managerial appointments at Inter Milan and Crystal Palace, but he was highly successful when in charge of Ajax.
The Dutch boss would arrive at Rangers with a point to prove, with his managerial reputation taking a battering in recent times.
De Boer knows Rangers well, having represented them as a player, but whoever takes charge of the Light Blues faces a big challenge.
Rangers have been left behind by their main rivals, Celtic, in recent times - and there is pressure on them to close the gap to their near neighbours.
Rangers currently have Graeme Murty in temporary charge, but it would be a shock if he was given the job on a permanent basis.