Just ten games into the season, Rangers have already sacked manager Pedro Caixinha, after a 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock last night.
The Portuguese manager replaced Mark Warburton at the Ibrox last March having previously managed Qatari outfit Al-Gharafa, and was on a three-year deal.
It's not an unexpected move by any means. Rangers lost to Motherwell in the Scottish Cup at the weekend, with Caixinha claiming in the aftermath that the players embarrassed him.
The club currently lie fourth in the Scottish Premier League, eight points off top of the table and cross-city rivals Celtic. Celtic legend John Hartson was understandably disappointed with the move, tweeting his displeasure at the loss of an asset to his former side.
Pedro Caixinha sacked.. shame he was doing great for Celtic !!
— John Hartson (@JohnHartson10) October 26, 2017
The club now begin their search for a third manager this calendar year, with former and current Rangers striker Kenny Miller one of early favourites for the post.