It seems Fulham fans have had enough of Felix Magath.
The German oversaw his fourth defeat out of four in the Championship in embarrassing circumstances, as a 5-1 defeat to Derby County exposed just how many flaws this Cottagers side really has.
And, understandably, many fans took to Twitter to express their frustration.
For some, however, there is a solution: bring back Danny Murphy.
The former Fulham midfielder, also known for his time at Liverpool, has a strong reputation within the club and many are calling for him to replace Magath, with Under-21 coach Kit Symons alongside him.
And please can we finally bring Danny Murphy back where he belongs? #Fulham— Sönke Gorgos (@MrFulham) August 23, 2014
Magath & Ali Mac OUT Symons & Murphy IN Make it happen and we won't care where we finish but we will know we are in Fulham hands— Samson McMuffin (@samsonmcmuffin) August 23, 2014
The Moroccan does not spend too much time playing football for the Rs anymore but, rest assured, he is still around.
Indeed, the QPR man - term used loosely - has been sharing his wisdom with the Sun on Sunday.
And he has backed Liverpool to win the league if they get the most out of Mario Balotelli, whom he worked with at AC Milan last season.
"I think he is coming to show he has grown up and that he is mature now," Taarabt said.
"The team is young and, with someone like Steven Gerrard playing with him, he will get his head down and work hard.
"If they get 20 goals from Mario and 20 from Daniel Sturridge, they'll win the league."
Would Murphy be the perfect boss for Fulham?