Rangers are in turmoil after Sunday's 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Celtic, and it may all lead to Graeme Murty's exit at the end of the season.
The interim Gers boss had been faring well following Pedro Caixinha's exit, but Sunday's disastrous Scottish Cup loss has left him almost certain to miss out on the permanent job.
Rangers fans are already thinking about who will replace Murty as Gers boss for next season and beyond, with bookmakers pricing up odds already.
Bet Victor currently have ex-Rangers defender Frank de Boer as the 5/1 favourite, but a new option has been cut into just 5/1 for the job as well.
Preston North End boss Alex Neil is now the joint-favourite to become Rangers manager, having rebuilt his reputation with the Lilywhites this season having been sacked by Norwich City in 2017.
Neil, 36, took Norwich to the Premier League in 2015 but couldn't keep the Canaries in the top flight, and having failed to mount a promotion push last season, Norwich sacked the Scot.
The former Hamilton Academical man has impressed with a group of young, talented players at Preston, and has the Lilywhites on the fringes of a surprise spot in the play-offs.
In truth, it would be a surprise to see Neil trade in Preston for Rangers right now given the state of the two clubs, but at 5/1, Neil looks to be a contender for the Ibrox post.