Jose Mourinho was sacked as Chelsea manager last week after a disastrous start to the season.
Getting rid of the most successful manager in the club's history has not gone down so well with some Chelsea supporters, however.
BBC presenter Jeremy Vine wrote an emotional open letter to Mourinho.
One fan sang an ode to Mourinho we can only presume he wrote himself.
The first game since Mourinho was sacked was at home against Sunderland.
There were a lot of pro-Mourinho banners in evidence in and around Stamford Bridge.
This banner, in particular, drew a lot of attention.
Meanwhile some fans just turned up to the game as Mourinho himself.
The names of some players were booed as the teams were announced before the game.
Cesc Fabregas, Diego Costa and Eden Hazard (who was injured yesterday and didn't play) have been singled out as plotting against the former manager, something the club and the players have denied.
The club have announced Guus Hiddink is taking charge until the end of the season.
The warning signs had been there before, after Fabregas posted this tribute to Mourinho, who signed him from Barcelona in 2014.
The champions have struggled all season, losing to Crystal Palace, Southampton, Liverpool and Bournemouth.
But guess what? Within minutes they were 2-0 up.
They went on to win 3-1, only their fifth win of the season.
At least one fan had a theory for the upturn in fortunes.
So maybe things are finally looking up for you, Chelsea fans? And finally, if you are losing it, you're in good company.
Matthew Champion is a deputy world news editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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