Celtic forward wanted Gordon Strachan to stay on as Scotland boss.
The end result of Scotland's World Cup qualifying campaign was more of the same: Failure to reach a major tournament once again.
This has led to manager Gordon Strachan's exit, despite a promising end to the campaign, which only saw them miss out on a play-off place on goal difference, having amassed a very respectable 18 points.
But his departure from his role has not gone down well with everybody, least of all Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths.
He posted: "Sad day, seeing the man who gave me my full scotland debut leave. Not a better man for the job in my eyes and I’m sure if he had stayed, he’d have taken us to the euros in 2020."
Griffiths played a strong role in the second half of the campaign for Celtic, and so nearly gave them a famous victory over England, with a late equaliser denying Scotland a win.
The SFA are debating candidates to take over from Strachan, with Malky Mackay and David Moyes among the early contenders.