Sean O'Driscoll has been crowned the greatest Doncaster Rovers manager of all-time in an online vote.
O'Driscoll had already been named as the club's greatest manager of the 2000s in an earlier poll and has now made it a double after seeing off the challenge of Billy Bremner, Peter Doherty and Lawrie McMenemy in our final poll to decide on the club's all-time greatest.
O'Driscoll topped the vote ahead of Bremner and Doherty, who tied for second spot, with Lawrie McMeneny claiming fourth place.
The popular boss, 58, easily claimed first place in an earlier vote to find the club's best manager of the 2000s.
At the helm from 2006-2011, O'Driscoll guided Rovers to the Johnstone Paints Trophy at Cardiff and the League One play off final win over Leeds United at Wembley and established them as a Championship club before his dismissal.
Since then, he has taken charge at Crawley Town, Nottingham Forest, Bristol City and Walsall and has also enjoyed spells as assistant manager at Liverpool and was in charge of England U19s.
Bremner was voted the club's greatest manager of the 80s and 90s, while McMenemy topped the poll to find the best manager of the 60s and 70s. Peter Doherty topped the vote to find the best boss of the 30s, 40s and 50s.
The four then went head to head in an ultimate vote - with O'Driscoll securing nearly double the number of votes as Doherty and Bremner.