With the international break calling a halt to Leeds United's excellent season so far, the Elland Road faithful had little to celebrate this weekend.
But many fans of the West Yorkshire club adopted Exeter City as their team for one day only, because of who was in the opposite dugout on Saturday.
Former Leeds winger Harry Kewell took the reins at Notts County on August 31, but endured a 5-1 demolition by City in his first game in charge.
The 39-year-old, who joined Galatasaray in 2008, is a fiercely unpopular figure among a lot of Whites supporters, and suffice to say that quite a few of them drew plenty of enjoyment from seeing him suffer such a horrific debut with the League Two club.
Here are some of the PG messages that Kewell has been receiving in his 'mentions' tab as of late.
This went well— Will Handley (@WillHandley91) September 8, 2018
Oh dear Harry— johnmat64 (@spirejohn1302) September 8, 2018
@HarryKewell doing a grand job in management ya ssssssssssssssnake— dazbone (@dazbone) September 8, 2018
@HarryKewell great start for you, I hope it gets worse from today— .... (@Gotti_LUFC) September 8, 2018
Ouch!— Kinky Stunt (@NFFC_Stig) September 8, 2018
To add insult to injury, Kewell was also sent to the stands for sarcastically saying 'well done' to the referee over a contentious decision.
Leeds, who sit top of the Championship after six matches, will look to maintain their early-season brilliance under Marcelo Bielsa by beating Millwall in London next Saturday.
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