Frank de Boer has been sacked by Crystal Palace after just four matches in charge.
The Dutchman lost all of his Premier League games, failing to score a single goal in the process.
The Eagles have suffered defeats to Huddersfield, Liverpool, Swansea and, most recently, to Burnley on Sunday.
The 1-0 defeat at Turf Moor was a much better performance and should have amassed to at least a point, but it wasn’t enough to save De Boer’s job.
It is understood Palace chairman Steve Parish had made the decision that the clash with Burnley would ultimately decide De Boer’s fate.
It is his second successive incredibly short stint in charge at a club after lasting just 85 days at Inter Milan last season.
Former England manager Roy Hodgson is the firm favourite to replace De Boer, with some reports at the Daily Mail claiming he’s already agreed a two-year deal.
Should Hodgson take charge, he would become Palace’s SEVENTH manager in just over four seasons at Selhurst Park.