Everything started off so well for Leeds United when August rolled around as they put themselves in strong contention for promotion to the Premier League.
The team went seven games unbeaten, but a 1-0 loss to Millwall changed the course of the campaign.
Since that result, Thomas Christiansen’s side have recorded five defeats and just two wins.
The most recent outing was a home clash against Derby County at Elland Road on Tuesday night.
The Whites went ahead in the eighth minute thanks to a goal from Pierre-Michel Lasogga, and they managed to keep their advantage until the closing stages of the second half.
Sam Winnall did the damage as he found an equaliser in the 72nd minute and then nabbed the winner with 10 minutes of normal time left on the clock.
Understandably, Leeds fans are frustrated with the defeat, and most have turned on Christiansen, who replaced Garry Monk in the summer.
No muscle again, no plan b. Christensen needs to sort it out otherwise he'll be gone, 6 losses in 7 isn't acceptable.
— Top Cxnt (@itsdommasefield) October 31, 2017
Team selection dreadful. Not good enough. Manager didn’t motivate the lads enough at half one to kill the game off. Gotta go I’m afraid.
— Tommy (@tommymcneice) October 31, 2017
Why did we ever give this man a 3 year deal and not keep monk, absolute joke, but it's what supporting Leeds is about eh?
— Nathaniel Spedding (@sp3dd3r) October 31, 2017
Sorry TC needs to go. This is relegation form that has gone way beyond any blip.
— Gavin Booth (@gavinbooth77) October 31, 2017
This is turning into a joke now, something needs changing ASAP. All new signings aren’t up for the fight bar Saiz, we were better under Monk
— Jamie McEvoy (@JamieMcEvoy) October 31, 2017
For god sake, sack TC, doesn't have any effect on the team!!
— Bildad Ismael (@bildad_ismael) October 31, 2017
These last few results have looked inevitable, miss chances, no confidence, anxious, big effort needed all round, these problems aren't new
— iljplumit (@iljplumit) October 31, 2017
Announce TC's 'We need to improve next game' statement in the interview
— Aidan Murray (@aidanmurray__) October 31, 2017
Leeds currently sit sixth in the Championship, eight points adrift of an automatic promotion spot.