Steve McClaren does not seem to have many people rooting for him within the world of football fandom.
The 55-year-old was criticised on Twitter after appearing on Sky Sports News on Tuesday.
It has been 10 days since McClaren was sacked by Derby County after a second spell in charge of the club.
In his first go at Pride Park, the ex-England boss lasted 20 months before he was sacked, and in his recent stint, he only managed five months at the helm.
A 3-0 loss to Brighton was the final nail in the coffin for McClaren, who at that point had only overseen one win in nine matches.
During his appearance on Sky, he revealed his reaction to getting sacked for the second time.
“I was disappointed and very shocked at the decision. I still am shocked. I did not see it coming. The only thing is that five months ago I knew I was going into a volatile environment. I was the sixth manager in less than 18 months since Mel Morris took charge.
“I knew that we needed results to stay in the job and I knew what other managers had experienced so I knew it was a tough job.”
In the interview, he was also asked to explain what advice he would give to Gareth Southgate as he prepares to coach his first game since becoming the permanent England boss.
McClaren managed the Three Lions from 2006 to 2007, and fans were quick to jump on the fact that he failed in the job.
Newcastle United fans also chimed in, reminding the coach of his miserable nine-month spell at St James’ Park.
Seen Steve Mcclaren trending and wondered if we'd rehired him ????
— Joeeeeeee (@JoeMDCFC) March 21, 2017
Steve McClaren on Sky Sports News, offering advice on being England manager
Next up, Stevie Wonder offers advice on being able to see stuff
— leon wrigglesworth (@wriggy47) March 21, 2017
Steve McClaren the fraud back on Sky Sports with his flimsy excuses. How are Sky still using him as an analyst
— Fran (@Goobledygook29) March 21, 2017
Mcclaren being sacked is a bad bad thing! He will be on sky sports all the time again.
— Karl Muirhead (@KarlMuirhead) March 21, 2017
Steve McClaren is absolutely yearning to slag off Mel Morris. More behind the scenes? #dcfc
— Forest Central (@TheForestIsOurs) March 21, 2017
Steve McClaren shocked he was sacked?Time to retire you fool! pic.twitter.com/68zSHkiRfk
— VoiceOfAmbridge (@voiceofbramley) March 21, 2017
Mcclaren on skysports is like ross from friends phasing out his accent???????????????? clown
— bryan cusack (@cusack_bryan) March 21, 2017
Getting managerial advice off Steve mcclaren is like asking Keith Richards where the best place is to get a cup of tea!
— Benjamin Knibb (@knibby19845) March 21, 2017
Steve mcClaren talks so annoyingly like his lost the Dutch accent that he had but still talks in mini sentences
— Loldeantimber (@loldeantimber) March 21, 2017
Steve McClaren giving advice for the England job as if he's forgotten he couldn't qualify for 2008 euros
— dimibeal (@tombealioo) March 21, 2017
— paul mann (@atchorley1961) March 21, 2017
Steve McClaren taking about England on sky sports…….you are the wally in the brolly!! Your opinion's hold no relevance!!#hadyourchance!
— Johnnymurphy1 (@Johnny86934463) March 21, 2017
Well McClaren has virtually said the players are at fault #dcfc
— Daniel Warren (@daniel21war) March 21, 2017
You have to love Steve McClaren, as soon as he has been sacked by someone he's straight back on Sky looking for a new job
— Tom Ward (@tomward77) March 21, 2017