Mexico manager Miguel Herrera hasn’t been shy about displaying his emotions at the 2014 World Cup.
And his heart-on-your-sleeve approach has won him millions of new fans across the world - not least in England, whose coach and players were (at least by contrast) sould-crushingly dull to watch.
It's no surprise, then, that Herrera has become something of a cult figure in England - so much so that fans have started a campaign for the FA to replace Roy Hodgson with the colourful Mexico boss.
We've picked out a few of the best Photoshopped images to give you a taster - you can see the whole 'Herrera for England' site here - and collected them together with some of the hilarious photos which made Herrera famous in the first place.
James DeGale beats Rogelio Medina to retain IBF super-middleweight title but was disappointed by his failure to knock out 'porky' Medina More »AP - Sports - 4 hours ago
Yahoo Sport UK has teamed up with Bet4Causes to bring you a preview of the day’s British racing – and The Night Hawk marks your card. The first Flat racing Classics of the season take place on Newmarket’s Rowley Mile this weekend with the QIPCO1000 Guineas the feature race on Sunday. More »Bet4Causes - 14 hours ago
Arsenal are close to securing Champions League qualification after edging to a narrow 1-0 win over struggling Norwich City. More »Omnisport - 15 hours ago
Jermain Defoe scored an injury time equaliser from the penalty spot, but Sunderland slipped into the bottom three with a 1-1 draw at Stoke. More »Omnisport - 18 hours ago
Newcastle United continued their impressive end-of-season form to beat Crystal Palace and boost their hopes of Premier League survival. More »Omnisport - 18 hours ago