Sheffield Wednesday suffered their second consecutive defeat in the English Championship on Tuesday night, this time losing 4-2 away to Queens Park Rangers.
Falling to a three-goal deficit within 15 minutes, the game was over before the Owls really got started despite a spirited second half double to reduce the deficit from four down.
With just four wins in his first 16 matches in charge of Wednesday, the pressure is mounting on manager Jos Luhukay, with many fans feeling he is not the right man to take them forward this season.
Still not completely safe from relegation, the club have a big decision to make in the post-season, especially if results and performances continue to frustrate supporters.
Can the club show a bit of progress in the final four games of the season or will it end as flatly as it has been for the majority of 2018 so far?
Fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Luhukay’s future…
Loving the fact we’re 4-0 down and Luhukay hasn’t made one change…
…let’s not pretend he’s the man to take us forward, not a chance. #swfc
— John Hiley (@JohnHiley) April 10, 2018
Luhukay cannot be manager of #swfc next season.
— Steve Rogers (@SteveRogers09) April 10, 2018
Thank god I didn't take up that last minute ticket offer. Next person that tells me Jos Luhukay is the answer, I'm wedging #swfc
— Mazza (@wannao7) April 10, 2018
Writing is on the wall for this JOS bloke.. just doesn't work/fit in my opinion; but what do I know.. i'v missed a hell of a lot of games recently.,, but I know for sure JOS LUHUKAY doesn't give me any motivation to change that…#SWFC
— ?,?onthe⛰?✌?☮️???? (@philluptheowls) April 11, 2018
— Neil Bartrop (@NeilBartrop) April 11, 2018
Some deluded morons still think he could do a job. Jos is utter shite. The sooner he’s been relieved of his duties the better. #swfc
— Lee Bennett (@BennettLee88) April 11, 2018
Jos out #swfc
— Phil (@Philip24237430) April 11, 2018
Poor performance from #swfc last night against an equally poor QPR side. Gifted them three points. Despite the injuries team selection and tactics wrong once again. The club will not progress with Jos. #drossfromjos
— Paul Woolfson (@paulwoolfson) April 11, 2018
McCarthys departure from Ipswich last night created some debate – many saying they'd love him at Hillsborough – others saying they'd rather keep Jos.
Really?? You'd really rather keep a guy with no knowledge of this league whos guided us to 4 wins in 16 – over McCarthy? #swfc
— Nigel Short (@nigel_short) April 11, 2018