Chelsea fans called for the end of Graham Potter's tenure as Chelsea manager, after they failed to win for a sixth game in-a-row, losing to Tottenham Hotspur.
Potter's move from Brighton earlier this season looked like a big gamble for both the Blues and the new manager, and it increasingly looks like it isn't working out for them.
The club spent big in January to back the new manager but he has so far struggled to get the best out of the new players and their poor form has continued.
Last weekend's loss to Southampton caused certain fan groups to call him the worst manager the club had ever had, and things have only got worse.
On Sunday afternoon, they faced Spurs at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium having lost their previous two games, to Borussia Dortmund and Southampton, and not won in five attempts.
Spurs started the second half perfectly, with Oliver Skipp scoring a thunderbolt in the 46th minute, before Harry Kane doubled things up, unmarked at the back post from a corner.
Chelsea fans took to social media to discuss their disappointment, with many calling for the club to sack a second manager in the campaign.
"Graham Potter is the worst manager in the history of Chelsea Football club. Sack him now. SACK HIM NOW," one fan said.
"Todd Boehly sacking Thomas Tuchel and appointing Graham Potter will go down as one of the worst manager decisions ever," a second added.
A third brought up the manager's starting line up, noting, "Mudryk, Madueke and Aubameyang rotting on the bench while Potter continues his Havertz and Mount fetish can't be arsed."
A fourth added his strong opinions, posting, "Dragging us to the absolute ground, he doesn’t have the mentality, the quality of the squad and what we see on the pitch doesn’t add up at all. Get out of my club, I’m done. Potter OUT. Get out."
"If you’re defending Potter at this point, he has paid you," replied another.
And pointing to the stats in their recent games, one supporter tweeted, "2 wins in 16. 1 goal in our last 6 games. Get Potter gone now."
Under previous owner Roman Abramovich there's no way the Englishman would have even been given this long to turn things around.
He will now have to hope that American Todd Boehly's patience will continue to hold, following the latest embarrassment, in order to keep his job.
Some pundits have called for him to remain at Stamford Bridge and be allowed to rebuild with a pre-season, having been given the job last September.
In Sunday's game, the visitors didn't ever look likely to win the game, certainly once they went behind they rarely looked capable of getting back into it.
The loss to their London rivals means they are now closer to the bottom of the table than the fourth and final Champions League spot.