Norwich City fans took to Twitter on Monday afternoon to have their say on Neil Adams' resignation.
Adams has been in charge since April last season, with former Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan taking charge of first team affairs for the time being.
According to bookmakers, the Watford, Norwich City and Brighton bosses are the likeliest Championship managers to leave their post.
With games and goals in short supply for Gary Hooper at Norwich City, should the former Celtic striker be looking to leave Carrow Road?
Phelan returns to football for the first time since the end of Sir Alex Ferguson's reign at Manchester United, where he was the Scot's assistant.
Phelan worked as assistant manager to Sir Alex Ferguson during the final years of his reign at Old Trafford, and will form part of Neil Adams's backroom staff at Carrow Road.
Neil Adams believes that the Norwich City squad is lacking in ‘leader’ figures after losing 2-1 to Nottingham Forest.
The 28-year-old netted a brace against the Trotters.
Norwich City boss Neil Adams has praised the way Mark Clattenburg dealt with an allegation of racism last night in the game against Leeds United.
Neil Adams is aware that Leeds will pose a big threat to Norwich, despite their turbulent start to the season.