Northern Ireland fans have reacted with surprise and anger over the news that Lawrie Sanchez is to be interviewed for the Republic of Ireland manager's job.
Sanchez was adored by the Green and White Army during his three year reign in charge, especially with those famous victories over England, Spain and Sweden.
Roger Campbell highlighted a role which Sanchez took on while Northern Ireland boss that could come back to haunt him.
He said: "It would be quite ironic if he did get the job, what with him being the president of the London Northern Ireland Supporter's Club.
"Quite how all this stands with Lawrie saying that he missed the day-to-day involvement with players I'm not sure.
"It would certainly add a bit of spice to the Celtic tournament if he comes to Windsor as manager of the Republic of Ireland."
Andrew Scullion said: " While we are unlikely to play the Republic competitively until any Celtic Cup, I don't see what difference it makes whether Sanchez gets the job or not to Northern Ireland fans.
"It isn't the same as a manager managing one club then moving to a rival soon after in this context.
"I can't say I'm bothered that Sanchez has thrown his hat into the ring.
"It is surprising that Sanchez is interested though."
Bangor NISC member Ian McKinney blames the IFA for not making an attempt to bring Sanchez back after his Fulham departure.
"Lawrie always made it clear that he was here to do a professional job," he said.
"I'd still have him back now, but the fact that the IFA made it clear Nigel Worthington was the only man for the job has obviously ruled that out and I think that they've made a big mistake.
"Some in the anti-Sanchez camp will use this to beat him with, but he owes us little."
Ian Graham added: "Lawrie is in the past as far as we are concerned.
"He always said he wanted to manage in the Premiership and he left us pretty quickly and unprofessionally when that came along.
"To be honest I see no reason why he wouldn't do the same with the Republic of Ireland if he was to get the job, good luck to them."