Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was sacked by QPR on Saturday evening, following a 1-1 draw away at Nottingham Forest.
This left his win rate with the West London outfit as just 27.9%.
Hasselbaink was in charge at QPR for 47 games after taking over in December 2015 and his record included 18 draws, 15 losses and just 14 wins.
A large number of fans were keen to see the Dutchman leave the club after an underwhelming start to the Championship campaign.
QPR sit in 17th place with 20 points from their opening 16 games while being equidistant – 6 points – from both the relegation zone and the play-offs.
The Championship club are set to make a new announcement regarding a search for a new manager shortly.
The 44-year-old’s sacking inevitably saw a wave of activity on social media with QPR fans voicing their opinions on the decision.
The sacking has invoked a mixture of responses and here are a selection of the best tweets following Hasselbaink’s departure.
@QPRFC Thanks for nothing ????
— Queens Park Rangers (@OfficialQPRFAN) 5 November 2016
@QPRFC YEHSSSSSSSSSS TIM SHERWOODS BLUE AND WHITE ARMY ????⚪️????⚪️????⚪️????⚪️????????????????????????????
— jude. (@Judecairns) 5 November 2016
@QPRFC Far too late, Warnock now at Cardiff we get another yes man who has no interest in QPR. When will the board learn
— Steve Rogers (@meSteveRogers) 5 November 2016
@QPRFC A joke of a club
— Frode Rekve (@qprfrode) 5 November 2016
— Josh (@TlkaTakaXhaka) 5 November 2016
@QPRFC Not sure whether to be happy or annoyed… He knew what needed to be done and he was trying but obviously the results were too poor
— Jamie Cleveland (@ClevelandJamie) 5 November 2016
Can’t deny that JFH gave it his all. A lot of time for the bloke but ultimately just a naff manager.
— Nick Friend (@NickFriend1) 5 November 2016
We will never be a stable premier league club with Tony Fernandes in charge. The sooner he goes, the quicker the club will progress #QPR
— Samuel (@OzzyQPR) 6 November 2016
The Four Year Plan really was just the prologue #QPR
— Gemma (@Gemcricketmad) 6 November 2016