Paolo Di Canio was sacked by Sunderland after just five games this season at the weekend with rumours suggesting the club's hierarchy decided to end his reign after yet another man management blunder on the training ground, via Luke Edwards of The Telegraph.
The Italian's style was once described by his former Swindon chairman as "management by hand grenade," via BBC Sport. After being beaten 3-0 by West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, the former West Ham and Lazio player took the opportunity on Sunday to berate his player at the club's Academy of Light training ground, further alienating his squad.
Even more damagingly, the previous day's defeat had come partly at the hands of Stephane Sessegnon, who di Canio had decided to push out of the club in the summer.
As can be seen above, at full time the soon-to-be-sacked head coach wandered toward Sunderland's remonstrating fans to apologise for this team's performance, a clutch of supporters who had cheered the mention of their departed Beninese forward's name on the opposition team sheet.
There will likely be plenty more analysis articles and compilations of di Canio's bizarre antics in the North East following his dismissal, but at least his term stayed consistently filled with blunders right up until the end.