Harry Redknapp appears to be finally catching up with technology after creating a Twitter account.
In 2012, Redknapp told police he did not know how to work a computer and had never sent a text message, and last October he claimed he had no idea what Twitter was after QPR defender Rio Ferdinand earned a ban for a tweet he sent.
But on Monday the former Tottenham, Portsmouth and QPR boss announced his arrival on the social media network.
"Let's see what this is all about then," he wrote on an account which instantly began to attract thousands of followers.
When his finances were under investigation in 2012, Redknapp, 68, told City of London police: "I can't work a computer, I don't know what an email is, I can't, I have never sent a fax and I've never even sent a text message."
Last October, when Ferdinand was handed a three-match ban for using a crude insult on the site, Redknapp said he could not give his players advice as he "didn't know what Twitter is".