MANCHESTER UNITED boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was known as the baby-faced assassin during his playing career for his boyish good looks and razor sharp instinct in front of goal.
And now, thanks to a viral thread on Twitter, football fans can see what all 20 Premier League managers would look like aged 14.
The thread was posted by @AFC_Zaid but credited to @utdmadden_ and @alleplgoals on Instagram.
And they run through every top-flight gaffer.
Many – including Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl and Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho – look they are just about to enter the Hunger Games.
While other more 'rough and ready' looking managers like Sam Allardyce, Chris Wilder and Dean Smith appear as typical scruffy schoolboys.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo's chin is wildly out of shape with the software apparently unable to ignore the impressive beard he has grown as a 46-year-old.
Jurgen Klopp's fresh-faced lookalike still has the German's trademark glasses.
And the teen version of the ever-youthful Mikel Arteta appears to have one or two MORE grey hairs than the immaculately groomed Spaniard does as a 38-year-old.
West Ham boss David Moyes looks as threatening as a 14-year-old as he does now and his young version would not have looked out of place as an extra on Trainspotting.
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Sean Dyche the younger looks like he could stand his ground through 12 rounds with the full sized version of the Burnley boss.
Graham Potter, Pep Guardiola and Brendan Rodgers look like quintessential teenagers with Steve Bruce taking the cheeky chappy award.
And the stylish and suave Carlo Ancelotti – along with Frank Lampard and Scott Parker – look like models in waiting.
Leeds' enigmatic leader Marcelo Bielsa's look appears to be as intense and 'prone to studying' as the aloof Argentine, 65, has turned out.
Finally, the less said about Roy Hodgson – who was 14 in 1962 – the better.
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