Nottingham Forest raised some eyebrows when they relieved Stuart Pearce of coaching duties and replaced him with Dougie Freedman almost instantaneously.
But the bold move has certainly seemed to pay dividends.
They have won five and drew one of the six games since Freedman took over, scoring 19 goals in the process. Yesterday it was Reading's turn to be put to the sword.
Forest won 3-0 at the Madejski Stadium, scoring three cracking goals.
Ben Osborn scored the opener, Matty Fryatt increased the lead for Forest before Gary Gardner put the icing on the cake with a fantastic strike as the Berkshire side struggled to get any foothold on what was a scrappy affair.
Obviously, after such a win, the Forest players were in good voice on Twitter after the match. The main buzz however was that goal from Gardner.
Henri Lansbury in the meanwhile thanked the team effort behind the win.
But no doubt what the best Tweet from a Forest player was. That award goes to Chris Burke. The Scottish winger was more concerned with the quality of film he had just watched, rather than the result.
Another great win and performance from the lads!! Fans were class!! And good to get a goal!!! onto tuesday!!! #youreds!!!— Gary Gardner (@22Gards) February 28, 2015
#buzzing to win goal of the day!!!! Thanks to everyone who voted !!— Gary Gardner (@22Gards) February 28, 2015
Once again great team effort boys did good again talk to me about them goals #NFFC— Henri Lansbury (@lansburyhenri) February 28, 2015
Never use social media on day of a game but I've just finished watching"The Equalizer" what a waste of my time! terrible film.#Great3points— Chris Burke (@Burkeman710) February 28, 2015