Rangers' search for a new manager continues after Derek McInnes snubbed a return to Ibrox.
Some Rangers fans are certain they know the who will be the next manager at Ibrox.
It is now more than six weeks since Rangers sacked Pedro Caixinha, an anniversary marked by Derek McInnes' decision to turn down a return to his former club from Aberdeen.
Rangers later confirmed that Graeme Murty will continue in temporary charge until the end of the year.
And some of the Gers' fanbase believe it is their former manager Alex McLeish who will eventually answer the call.
It is a prospect that few of them seem happy about...
When is McLeish coming home?— Robert Ryan (@Boab10s) December 7, 2017
Or they’ll go with McLeish or some other shocking short-sighted route. Being realistic, it’s the same as it was for players on the summer - many rightly see it as a risk joining us just now so they need convincing/££££— Gavin McCallum (@gavinmccallum) December 8, 2017
Be as well letting Murty see out the season and see who becomes available in the interim period. But, I fear the board will panic and appoint McLeish— Marc Lumsden (@LumboMarc) December 8, 2017
No idea, but I go with the other guys and reckon McLiesh. I would have prefered McLeish anyway if I’m honest. One thing I do know is McInnes is clever and knows his level and that the job was too big for him. He’ll never be at a bigger club than AFC now— D6MO (@d6mo) December 8, 2017
I honestly thought mcinnes was a shoe in for it, and now I can’t see anybody else apart from Mcleish, hope I’m wrong tho— John EBT Belton (@johnbelton1) December 8, 2017
Graham Potter and Billy Reid have done a remarkable job at Ostersunds. They should definitely be considered for the Rangers job, but I suspect that the Board will now offer it to McLeish.— Carson's Cat (@CarsonsCat) December 7, 2017
I actually now think it might be McLeish— Chris Mackie (@chrisjmackie) December 7, 2017
It’ll be McLeish till summer.— Scott (@scottberwick) December 7, 2017
I think McLeish will get the gig. Another I don’t fancy, but I think it’ll be him now. 100%.— Marc Lumsden (@LumboMarc) December 7, 2017
I worry it's mcLeish— Davie1969 (@DAVIEBOY1969) December 7, 2017
McLeish was Rangers' manager between 2001 and 2006 - a period in which he won seven major trophies.
The 58-year-old later managed English sides Birmingham City, Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest, with mixed success, and is currently out of work following spells at in Belgium and Egypt.
In Thursday's statement, Rangers reiterated comments made by chairman Dave King at last month's AGM that "the club did not consider there to be an outstanding candidate among those who had applied for the position" and had therefore turned to those currently in work.
To whom will Rangers turn after McInnes' snub?