Some West Bromwich Albion fans are casting admiring glances in the direction of Sheffield United's Chris Wilder.
West Brom sacked manager Tony Pulis on Monday morning, after a run of two wins from a possible 20.
Michael O'Neill, Derek McInnes and Sam Allardyce and among the early favourites to succeed him with the bookies, while established bosses Alan Pardew, Ronald Koeman and Slaven Bilic also feature prominently.
But after Sheffield United's blistering start to the Championship season, Wilder's name is being hotly discussed by Baggies fans on Twitter.
And the 50-year-old - who has been promoted in his two previous campaigns as a manager - would be a popular choice it seems.
Here's what they're saying...
If #wba want a British manager go for Chris Wilder or Big Sam— Robert Smart (@RobSmart99) 20 November 2017
Let’s hope so, not sure who I want in but as long as they get the team playing as they should be I’ll be pretty happy - it’s a decent squad for a new manager to come in and take over. I’d be looking at Wilder from Sheff U as well— Patrick (@pmeddz) 20 November 2017
As for who to get in, I'd like to see us gamble on Wilder. In reality I'd be happy with anyone bar Allardyce and Pardew. #wba— Joel Penn (@Joelwba) 20 November 2017
In terms of replacements? I'd take Big Sam of course, or Koeman. Id quite like Wilder myself although it would be a risk & possibly a hard sell to him. Have a sneaking suspicion it may be Pardew, but that probably wouldn't be a disaster in the short term. #wba— Dan (@Carpenterdf) 20 November 2017
Interview Graham Potter Derek McInnes Chris Wilder and Appleton then create a new legacy....— Bob Partridge (@boblpartridge) 20 November 2017
Big Sam for me but I don’t think for minute he’d come, other than him I’d take a punt on Chris Wilder— ⚪️ (@Carl_1972_) 20 November 2017
Time to be brave and take a chance on a top young English manager like Chris Wilder.— Craig Allen (@YeWagonMaster) 20 November 2017
We ain't gunna get him haha, I'd love Chris Wilder me— Kieran Corbett (@Kieran__Corbett) 20 November 2017
As manager of his boyhood club, Wilder would not be easy to prise away from Bramall Lane were West Brom to make an approach.
And anyway, appointing the former Northampton boss is only likely to aid the Baggies' bitter rivals Wolves in their quest for promotion back to the Premier League, with only two points separating the Championship leaders and second-place Sheffield United.
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