Hull City succumbed to another disappointing defeat last night away to Bristol City.
An injury time header from Famara Diedhou has left the Tigers still in the relegation zone and now four points adrift from safety in the Championship.
It has been a disastrous start to the season for Nigel Adkins and his side and the former Scunthorpe United, Southampton, Reading and Sheffield United boss will surely be feeling the pressure now.
Hull are now winless in seven and have won just twice in 14 games so far in this campaign. Their last victory was on 15th September against Ipswich Town at home and they have picked up just two points since then.
It is relegation form and Hull, who were in the Premier League in the season before last, look likely to be the next side to slip from the top flight to League One in quick succession if things don’t change.
Hull played alright last night but didn’t take their chances and that is what came back to haunt them when Diedhou headed home just before the death. Next up for the Tigers is a trip to the University of Bolton Stadium to face Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.
Here is how their fans reacted on Twitter last night to their late defeat to Bristol City-
Good teams find a way to win. Terrible teams find a way to lose. Well, City are a terrible team, but also have a substandard manager and despicable, malicious owners. What’s happening is agonising, but wholly unsurprising. #hcafc #Allamout
— Amber Nectar (@AmberNectarHull) October 24, 2018
Bolton away on Saturday. Lets go again! At least it will be an interesting season towards the end. If were not down by Christmas that is! #hcafc
— MathewP-W (@mthw11) October 24, 2018
We can't score goals or keep clean sheets – there are no positives , but Nigel will find at least 12 #hcafc
— craig richardson (@craighull11) October 24, 2018
— Ash Storr (@Ash_storr) October 24, 2018
Genuinely don’t think we deserved to lose that. #hcafc
— Mark (@HCAFCMark) October 24, 2018
Just get out Nigel. Never have I a wanted a manager out more since Phil Parkinson. Let the players pick there own team for the next game. As you my friend are a sorry excuse for a manager #hcafc
— Carl Wilkinson (@Carlwilks2011) October 24, 2018