West Bromwich Albion sacked Tony Pulis on Monday following a disastrous run of form, and Baggies fans want the Welshman to be replaced by former Everton boss Ronald Koeman.
The Dutchman was also relieved of his duties by the Toffees last month following a disastrous start to the campaign after a big summer of spending, but he had a great record with the Merseyside outfit and Southampton prior to this season.
The 54-year-old led Saints to seventh and sixth-place finishes in the Premier League respectively, before he also came seventh with Everton last term.
The west Midlands outfit certainly need someone who will make a difference to stop them being dragged into a relegation battle, as they have won just two of their last 21 top flight fixtures.
West Brom supporters have been quick to have their say on who should succeed Pulis, and while one said “Koeman would be the first name on my list”, another said the Dutchman should be “given a chance”.
Here is just a selection of the Twitter reaction…
— ShoalinRaven (@ShoalinRaven) November 21, 2017
Ronald Koeman would be my first name on the list but I can’t see it tbh. #wba
— Rees (@Rees_ESL) November 21, 2017
Koeman would be a great shout, even though @Footballviewpoi thinks he’s a fraud
— Rory Magrath (@RoryMagrath) November 20, 2017
Not expecting to win the league, but we do expect to try and win a game. Score a goal. Pass. Defend a corner. Whatevs. We're not that complicated a fan base. #WBA
— Danny Booth (@danbooth89) November 20, 2017
Have to say that they should of chopped him two weeks ago new man would be in for the Chelsea game so frustrating but we should go get koeman or bilic they would be my first choice #wba
— D mchale (@poxymice) November 20, 2017
Would agree with both though a big job to make sure they stay up. Would also like to see Ronald Koeman given a chance considering his marvellous work with Southampton. Risky to try and change style halfway through a season when in a dog fight. #WBA
— D3D4Football (@d3d4football) November 20, 2017