Dutchman Frank De Boer has become the first managerial casualty in the Premier League after he was sacked by Crystal Palace after just four games in charge.
The 47-year-old was appointed this summer, replacing former manager Sam Allardyce, who left the Eagles after helping them avoid relegation.
Palace lost 1-0 to Burnley at the weekend, a game they dominated, but crashed to their fourth consecutive defeat of the campaign.
Palace, who are yet to score a goal this season, are now looking for a replacement, with former England manager, Roy Hodgson set to take over at Selhurst Park, according to the BBC.
De Boer leaves Palace as the first manager whose team failed to score a goal during his reign in Premier League history.
The club are yet to make an official statement on De Boer’s sack.