Thierry Henry took the AS Monaco hot seat last month and has failed to win a game since as his side suffered their most humiliating defeat yet last night.
The French side lost 4-0 at home to Club Brugge, who are usually Champions League whipping boys.
It was Monaco's biggest ever defeat in the European competition and the Belgium's side first win in their 12 attempts.
Henry's men are now out of the Champions League with two group games remaining, however, their misery doesn't end there.
Monaco are in the relegation zone in Ligue 1 and have failed to win a match in their last 15 outings, five of which the former Arsenal forward has been in charge of (L3, D2).
It's Henry's first managerial job following his assistant role at Belgium under Roberto Martinez.
Before he took the job on the South Coast of France, the 41-year-old was heavily linked to the Aston Villa job, however, he opted for Monaco, a decision he may now regret.
Ladbrokes have Henry at 6/5 to be sacked by Christmas and 5/2 to be back on Sky Sports in the next six months.At this rate, Henry might return quicker to the Sky Studio than Gary Neville did when he left for the Valencia job.