The Slovenian was sacked as Leeds boss by owner Massimo Cellino on Saturday afternoon.
So Darko Milanic lasted just 32 days in charge at Elland Road. After Dave Hockaday was sacked just six games into his Leeds United reign, a bit of stability wouldn't have gone amiss for Massimo Cellino.
But it has taken the Italian just six more games to sack another manager, who, unlike Hockaday, didn't even manage a win as Leeds boss.
It all ended in tears after Mirco Antenucci had given the Yorkshire side the lead against Wolverhampton Wanderers, only for the visitors to end up leaving Elland Road with a 2-1 win.
That was Milanic's third defeat in six games - and his last in charge of Leeds. Here are the rare highs - and plentiful lows - of his reign in pictures.
Things started off bleakly for the Slovenian, with United's four-game unbeaten streak under caretaker boss Neil Redfearn ended by a 2-0 defeat to Brentford.
A 0-0 draw with Reading followed at Elland Road, before Leeds faced the prospect of two consecutive Yorskhire derbies.
Against Sheffield Wednesday (above) Milanic's side went 1-0 down but a second-half fightback provided a moment of belief for the 46-year-old's side, as Giuseppe Bellusci equalised to earn a 1-1 draw.
In the second of two derbies, however, Leeds led Rotherham United and ended up losing 2-1.
Four games without a win, the Slovenian went into a clash with high-flying Norwich City, where United earned a 1-1 draw, although defender Bellusci was accused of racism by Cameron Jerome.
For the team, though, things could have been worse - and perhaps Milanic's breakthrough was just around the corner?
Well, it wasn't. And, after another defeat from a winning position, Milanic was given his marching orders just 32 days into his Leeds reign. Who next to step through Elland Road's revolving door?