There was no getting away from the fact that it was a bad day at the office for Fulham on Saturday.
Losing 3-1 at home to Wolves, with a place in the Championship play-off places up for grabs was not what any Whites fan ordered.
And after drawing 2-2 at home to lowly Blackburn Rovers on Tuesday night too.
That made it two missed opportunities to move into the top six in the space of a week.
Understandably the Whites fans left rather disappointed, although they did not let their feelings show inside the stadium, getting behind the team from start to finish.
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An eight-game unbeaten run was never going to stretch until the end of the season, but you can hear from this one fan after the game that after the heights of a 3-1 win over table-toppers Newcastle United, they have really been brought do to earth with a bump recently.
This Whites fan admits it was "poor, disappointing and same old Fulham" although he still hopes they can make it into the play-offs come the end of the season.
Watch the video to see his thoughts from a bad day at Craven Cottage.