Some are staunchly in favour of the head coach remaining at the club, while others are the opposite and feel the time has come to sack the 49-year-old.
Earlier, our Fulham reporter, Ryan O'Donovan, gave his opinion on why Fulham would be making a mistake in sacking Jokanovic , but in order to get both sides of the story we asked those who are in favour of removing him to give their views as to why.
Unless Christmas is littered with win after win, the debate looks set to rumble on for the foreseeable future.
Gary Dunn @dunngarydunn
"In or out.. that has been on a number of Fulham fans minds as they ponder the decision. I guess what Slavisa has in his favour with most of the Fulham faithful is, he has not been responsible for the signings, he has openly admitted we require a centre forward and a centre half.
"So he is not liable for some of the more mediocre signings but he has to be thankful for some of the calibre which has been purchased successfully, an example being Tom Cairney, Kev McDonald and Ryan Federicks – these are very good Championship players, along with boy wonder – Ryan Sessegnon – you could argue we have the two best players in the division in TC and Ryan! On paper he does have a nucleus of a very good side.
"However, there are a couple of reasons which really ignite my frustration with Slavisa; his reluctance to tweak or amend his approach.
"It has been evident time and time again we have no plan B – we play from the back which, at times has been very refreshing but in other games maybe we need to be more direct and mix our pattern of play.
"Another, his selection at times – last year our glorious run came when Marcus Bettinelli came back into goal – for me a character, a voice in the dressing room and outspoken but this season Slav has persevered with David Button, for me not a character and no voice."
"Sessegnon also scores hat trick at Sheff Utd playing further up field, following games back at left back, while Johansen has been poor all season then suddenly we see him at last two away games playing in a number nine role?
"The biggest point for me though is his lack of idea or understanding in how to install any grit or steel into the team, characters – to give us that “edge” or at least be able to compete and not be bullied away from home. A quote recently from Slav was he wished he could install desire into his team like the opposition.
"My point is that we had these characters: Matt Smith, Ryan Tunnicliffe, Shaun Hutchinson, Ragnar Sigurdsson – these are the ones that come to the forefront of my mind.
"Leaders, passion, won’t be bullied but as they are not the best technically Slav dismisses them at the earliest opportunity.
"You could also argue the point about Chris Martin, a vocal point of our attack and could help out at set plays. How many times was he on the bench with a make shift forward up front?
"For me, Slav has shown a resilience not to amend his approach or the personnel at his disposal – so for whatever great football we may play at times, we will always concede, and at times capitulate due to his reluctance to change tactics and the lack of steel in the side.
"Will he change… I do not think so."
Sam James @Samj819
"I don't get to see too much of Fulham due to being based in the north east, however I listen to every game and watch the full 90 on catch up.
"On Saturday, I was at the match and could not have been more disappointed with what I saw. Sunderland were disciplined and drilled, not an unfamiliar story this year.
"I believe Slav has lost his passion for the club and job or hes making a point of it.
"Two examples spring to mind - denis Odoi vs Brentford. Running around like a headless chicken and a ticking time bomb to get that second yellow.
"Everyone can see it. So why not change? We had defenders on the bench. Instead it lead to the inevitable sending off and the game is over.
"Saturday there really was some shocking performances however the lad that produced the worst was Johansen.
"He was shocking. Misplaced passes galore. Offering nothing in his false nine role other than a possession turnover.
"Everyone can see this from the stands yet he wasn’t changed - we didn’t threaten to penetrate other than the first 15 minutes. The goal that everyone could see coming came and that was that.
"A deserved first win in a year for Sunderland.
"AK47 needs games. Fonte needs games in his position. We have a left back he’s willing to let rot.
"On a more positive note it was great to see the directness of Jordan Graham albeit for a short time. Maybe the oracle that is Slav will get the players he wants in January and it’ll all be ok.
"In my eyes he will lose the patience of the Khans’ and pay the price."
Mark Wyatt @MarkWyattSport
"Following the calamitous display at the Stadium of Light last weekend there has been a monumental shift in the ‘Slav In’ and ‘Slav Out’ corners.
"Unfortunately for the Serb, it is the corner calling for his head that has amassed the most momentum online and honestly, I can completely understand why.
"Firstly, Slavisa does himself zero favours. He called for rotation and fresh legs in the week preceding the Sunderland game but fans were left astonished at the starting XI.
"Stefan Johansen returned in the false nine position and Rui Fonte found himself at left-wing for the match as Fulham mustered a depressing three shots on target in a game which they dominated with 66.3% possession.
"The most telling statistic of the day though was the fact that Sunderland hadn’t won a match at home for 364 days before we showed up.
"It’s yet another clear example of a team doing their homework on Fulham and stopping us play the only way we know how.
"Without a definitive Plan B, it’s become far too easy for teams to dig deep against us and expose our frailties at the back.
"Joint with the team selection naturally forcing our best playmaker Tom Cairney into a much more defensive role and you can see a huge problem.
"I understand that there are wider issues that fans should be concerned with, the lack of depth in the squad is causing a lot of problems of late and we haven’t been fortunate with injuries for much of the season too.
"But it’s problems like these that could of/should have been addressed over the summer.
"Regardless of your opinion of the season so far, it was a pretty abysmal transfer window for Fulham.
"I’m not an advocate for ousting managers during the season, especially during Christmas/New Year and the busy schedule that comes with it but I can’t see Slavisla changing his ways at any point.
"His history speaks for itself too – the very public disagreements with Craig Kline, the bitter contract-negotiations at Watford and his refusal to change style this season clearly show us his stubbornness.
"I’m afraid I just can’t see a way out for Jokanovic. I’d love more than anything for him to turn it around and get us charging back up the table but the hottest love has the coldest end and I think that end is closing in on the boss."