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.
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