What it means is the relegated Premier League side are still bottom of the table without a win from their first eight games and sitting on just one point.
Malky Mackay was spotted in the directors' box at the stadium yesterday, fuelling reports of a controversial appointment from Shahid Khan - but right now Fulham need wins and need them as soon as possible.
Central to their problem was Magath's often draconian style of management - which saw him leave several talented, but perhaps mercurial, players out in the cold.
Two such players included Kostas Mitroglou and Patijm Kasami.
The Greek and Swiss international's both left Fulham this summer - heading to the same destination. Olympiakos re-signed Mitroglou, who left the Greek giants for Fulham in a £12 million deal in January, on loan. Meanwhile they had already signed Kasami earlier in the summer. The Fulham goal of the season scorer signed in a €5 million deal in July.
So yesterday, after Fulham toiled away to another confidence sapping defeat guess what their outcasts were doing - scoring, in a 3-0 Olympiakos victory against Veria in the Greek Superleague.
After the pair were also instrumental in Olympiakos beating La Liga champions Atletico Madrid in the Champions League on Wednesday night this again acted as a stark reminder of everything wrong with the Magath era.