Huddersfield Town have sacked their manager Jan Siewert after just three league matches of the new season.
The announcement was made within minutes of the final whistle after Town lost 2-1 at home to promotion favourites Fulham.
Siewert won just one match since taking charge of Huddersfield Town in January.
He oversaw their relegation from the Premier League. And the side have made a poor start to life back in the Championship, losing two games and drawing one.
The Terriers were also dumped out of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night after losing 1-0 at home to League One Lincoln City.
The side have not won a game since February.
Huddersfield lost 2-1 to Fulham. Aleksandar Mitrovic put the Cottagers one-up after a wayward clearance from Town's Juninho Bacuna.
Karlan Grant equalised within minutes. But Ivan Cavaliero curled in Fulham's winner 10 minutes from time.
Siewert arrived at Huddersfield to replace fellow German David Wagner who resigned from the job after guiding Town to the top flight and kept them up despite being the bookies' favourites to go back down.
But the second season in the Premier League proved more difficult, prompting Town to search for another manager and again looking towards Germany for his replacement.
The decision to make this latest managerial change comes just weeks after a change in the boardroom.
Phil Hodgkinson started in his new role as club Chairman, taking over from Dean Hoyle, who stepped down from the club in the summer.