Alan Stubbs became Rotherham’s shortest serving manager in the club’s history when he was sacked on Wednesday.
It was four months to forget as a poor summer in the transfer market was followed by an even worse start to the season.
Here is Alan Stubbs spell at New York Stadium in numbers.
14 – Stubbs took charge of 14 matches, 13 in the league and one League Cup game.
37 – A leaky defence conceded 37 goals in those games at at average of 2.64 per game.
34.6 – The number of minutes on average Rotherham conceded under Stubbs.
7.14 – Alan Stubbs’ win ratio during his spell, the worst of any manager in the club’s history.
140 – From his June 1 appointment to his October 19 dismissal, Stubbs was in charge for 140 days.
1 – The Championship win over Brentford in August was the only win of the Liverpudlian’s tenure.
23 – The Millers played seven away games under and were breached a frightening 23 times, nine more than anyone else in the league.
6 – Stubbs’ reign ended on the back of six successive defeats, the first time the Millers had recorded such a run since 2004-05.
18.8 – The average number of shots per game that the Millers faced under Stubbs.
-18 – With the goals flying in, the Millers accrued a shocking goal difference, the worst in the entire Football League.
13 – The number of players Stubbs signed in what was a frustrating transfer window, paying money for five of them.
0 – All six points that the Millers accrued under Stubbs were accrued at home, leaving them pointless from seven away games.
26 – Chopping and changing was a regular occurrence under Stubbs, who used 26 players during his time.
10 – The Millers were defeated 10 times in Stubbs’ 14 games at the helm.
95 – Losing the first five away games, then going on for a sixth, was the first time the Millers had done that in 95 years.