Kit Symons paid the price for Fulham's inconsistent form this season with his job as he becomes the third manager sacked in the Championship this week.
The Whites are sitting in 12th place but that is not enough for the club's board after a summer outlay to try and return them to the Premier League.
However, he has been unable to kick on and was not seen as the man to challenge for promotion to the Premier League.
See our timeline below outlining his best and worst moments with the club before seeing the best pictures from his reign.
TIMELINE: Kit Symons' time at Fulham
September 18 2014
Symons takes temporary charge
Fulham sacked Felix Magath after the 5-3 defeat at Nottingham Forest and placed Kit Symons in temporary charge.
September 20 2014
Fulham 0-1 Blackburn
Symons' first game ended in defeat as Shaun Hutchinson was sent off before Jordan Rhodes scored the winner for Rovers.
September 23 2014
Fulham 2-1 Doncaster
Fulham picked up their first win under Symons in the League Cup thanks to goals from Bryan Ruiz and Dan Burn.
September 27 2014
Birmingham 1-2 Fulham
The Whites picked up their first league victory as goals from Tim Hoogland and Hugo Rodallega cancelled out David Cotterill's first-half opener.
September 30 2014
Fulham announce manager plans
Fulham announced a five-person search committee to select the new manager from applicants. They were David Daly, Huw Jennings, Brian McBride, Danny Murphy and Niall Quinn.
October 1 2014
Fulham 4-0 Bolton
The panel of five didn't seem to be needed as the Whites thrashed Bolton Wanderers 4-0 at Craven Cottage. The supporters roared their appreciation for Symons, who had turned the club around.
October 29 2014
Named permanent manager
The day after a 5-2 defeat to Derby in the League Cup, Fulham confirmed that Symons' caretaker spell would be made permanent.
December 20 2014
Fulham 4-0 Sheffield Wednesday
Fulham made it four wins out of eight since Symons' permanent appointment and things were looking good for a top half finish.
January 10 2015
Cardiff 1-0 Fulham
However, the Whites endured a miserable Christmas and made it three wins on the spin with a loss to Cardiff.
February 24 2015
Wolves 3-0 Fulham
Two wins against Reading and Nottingham Forest in January were followed by a six-game winless run with the defeat at Molineux a particularly bad one.
March 21 2015
Huddersfield 0-2 Fulham
After one win in 11, the Whites somehow triumphed at Huddersfield after the Terriers missed two penalties and had dominated the game for 90 minutes.
April 3 2015
Fulham 1-4 Brentford
The bad run of form was encapsulated by this west London derby massacre as the Whites were thrashed at home by their local rivals leaving Fulham looking over their shoulders
April 25 2015
Fulham 4-3 Middlesbrough
The Whites did move clear of the relegation zone with a win over Blackpool and then edging Boro in a seven-goal thriller.
August 15 2015
Fulham 1-2 Brighton
The Whites suffered a last minute defeat in their opening home game as Brighton, who are still unbeaten in the Championship, scored a last minute penalty to win.
August 22 2015
Fulham 1-1 Huddersfield
Whites fans turned on Symons in the draw with the Terriers with a last minute equaliser soon drowned by boos from the Craven Cottage faithful.
August 29 2015
Rotherham 1-3 Fulham
The Whites recorded a comfortable away win over the Millers to ease the pressure on Symons and followed it up with a 2-1 win over Blackburn.
September 25 2015
Fulham 4-0 QPR
Probably the best game of Symons' tenure as Rangers were thrashed by Fulham. Three first-half goals were enough to put the game to bed.
September 29 2015
Fulham 0-3 Wolves
Consistency has been a big problem for Fulham and they followed up that resounding win with a 3-0 loss to Wolves.
October 24 2015
Fulham 4-2 Reading
After three straight draws Fulham staged a remarkable second-half comeback to beat Reading after being under the cosh in the opening 45 minutes.
October 31 2015
Bristol City 1-4 Fulham
Symons' last win in charge was one of his best as Fulham were 4-0 up at half-time and the gap could have been greater before a late consolation from the Robins.
November 7 2015
Fulham 2-5 Birmingham
A home thrashing to Birmingham, following defeat to Burnley in midweek, appeared to be the final straw for many.
November 8 2015
Symons' reign comes to an end as the club announce his departure.