Enjoy this selection of the best jokes as Tony Adams is appointed Granada manager until the end of the season.
The struggling La Liga outfit turned to the former Arsenal and England centre-back despite his less-than-stellar managerial career to date.
Unsuccessful stints in charge of Wycombe Wanderers, Portsmouth and most recently Azerbaijani club Gabala FC cast doubt on the wisdom of the appointment.
No wonder then that Twitter was brimming with jokes:
"You've got Marco Silva managing Hull, and Tony Adams at Granola. Swap em round, it doesn't add up Jeff. Adams can't speak foreign." pic.twitter.com/iWOHzFmKBj
— GeorgeWeahsCousin (@WeahsCousin) April 10, 2017
Easy to see why Granada have gone for Tony Adams. The last 2 British managers to go to Spain have done brilliantly. pic.twitter.com/feK1J73Juh
— ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) April 10, 2017
English pundits who moan about foreigners taking jobs in England congratulating Tony Adams this morning.
— Pilib de Brún (@Malachians) April 10, 2017
"What does Tony Adams know about La Liga? It's a slap in the face of Spanish football" pic.twitter.com/DqaATgiNKu
— Iconic Commentary (@CommentaryLimbs) April 10, 2017
Tony Adams named as manager of Spanish side Granada until the end of season, and celebrated by wearing a suit made of my nan's wallpaper. pic.twitter.com/J9WxSObFS5
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) April 10, 2017
Tony Adams needs a suit intervention pic.twitter.com/Is3VtmLmjx
— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) April 10, 2017
When you hear Tony Adams has been appointed head coach of a La Liga side. pic.twitter.com/lFzjjRHHwy
— bet365 (@bet365) April 10, 2017
Good luck to Tony Adams in his new job at Granada. First priority must be to bring back the Krypton Factor pic.twitter.com/MFdnBtVwCi
— JBO (@JBOwl2) April 10, 2017
We all know what happened the last time Tony Adams was in charge of a Granada. pic.twitter.com/zWNY3r56NZ
— i.am.willy.milky™🔄 (@TallAsHerEyes) April 10, 2017
Fellaini as United captain. Tony Adams becomes a La Liga manager. What a time to be alive folks.
— United In Focus (@UnitedInFocus) April 10, 2017
Tony Adams was a massive childhood hero of mine but I can't be the only one excited about the idea of him trying to talk Spanish?
— Daley (@DaleyAFC) April 10, 2017
As long as Tony Adams' Spanish accent is as fantastic as David Moyes', then we're all in for a treat.https://t.co/iIwqOY0GdM
— Coral (@Coral) April 10, 2017
— Rush Football (@RushFootball_) April 10, 2017