Leeds United supporters are pressed on who's been the best manager under Massimo Cellino's ownership.
The 37-year-old, who was sacked by Swansea City last December, is just a few months into his second managerial role with Leeds United, but looks to have already won over the fans.
Garry Monk manager of Leeds United
Before the weekend's games, Leeds were 15th in the Championship after winning six of their opening 13 league games - a marked return on just two from this stage last season. When appointed in June, Monk became the Championship club’s seventh manager in the two years since Cellino took over.
Former Whites boss Neil Redfearn has also been hailed by the Elland Road faithful, credited for his willingness to work for the club under ‘ridiculous conditions’.
The former Leeds coach boasted a 33.3% win ratio during his seven-month spell as caretaker boss, between November 2014 and May 2015.
Former Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn
The 51-year-old is currently without a club since being relieved of his duties by Rotherham United in February 2016.
Brian McDermott and Steve Evans were also mentioned favourably by some Leeds fans.
Leeds United players celebrate after the match