It'll come as absolutely no surprise to anyone at all that Steve McClaren has lost yet another job today, after QPR said - "ummm, how you say" - cheerio to the one-time England manager.
The Rs board took the decision to relieve the 57-year-old from his duties at Loftus Road, after a disastrous run that has seen his side win only one league game from their last fifteen - Saturday's defeat to lowly Bolton proving to be the final straw.
The Londoners chief executive Lee Hoos said in a statement that it was "never easy" to take the decision to sack "someone as professional and dedicated as Steve", which is funny becasuse a lot of boys like Hoos are making a habit of doing just that.
Since rising to prominence as an accomplished No. 2 - first at Derby under legendary manager Jim Smith before moving to become Alex Ferguson's understudy at Old Trafford - McClaren has managed seven clubs up to and including his ill-fated ten-month spell at with the Hoops.
And who could forget the great job he did with England, of course.
What we want to know is, can you work well under the pressure of the clock in identifying the lucky seven clubs that have been graced by the Yorkshire man's footballing genius in his role as head coach?
You have one minute and thirty seconds to prove to us that you aren't a wally - with or without a brolly.
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Point of note - can you believe it's only seven clubs? If there was an award for featuring in the top ten in the betting for vacant managerial positions over the past 15 years, Steve there would win hands down, no questions asked. Was sure it was well into double-figures at this stage.