Leeds United fans have been discussing the possibility of trying to attract David Moyes as manager.
While this was a short spell, Moyes left the Hammers with his reputation enhanced after guiding West Ham to safety, after his wretched spell with doomed Sunderland in 2016/17.
Leeds fans remain unconvinced over current boss Paul Heckingbottom, who won only four league games since being appointed at the start of February.
The former Barnsley boss has just one year left on his contract and he lacks the reputation of David Moyes, who won the Community Shield with Manchester United in 2013.
At present there appears to be no intent on the part of current owner Andrea Radrizzani to swap Heckingbottom for Moyes.
Moyes would be more expensive than Heckingbottom, but getting him in would help attract a higher standard of players.
Some Leeds fans have even been messaging Radrizzani on Twitter asking him to take a look at the former Everton manager...
Allardyce and Moyes both leaving their clubs today. I’d take either of them at #LUFC and if we’re serious about challenging for promotion they’re the calibur if manager we should be aiming for— Cotty (@lukecotty) May 16, 2018
Interesting that David moyes has left West Ham, led to believe his was a option before Garry Monk at Leeds— Gary Devonport (@DingleburtDev) May 15, 2018