Leeds United have made the headlines for all the right reasons since their huge 2-1 victory over Liverpool in the Premier League over the past week.
Jesse Marsch was under severe pressure of the sack, something that has since been eased but is still hanging over his head as he goes into a must-win game with Bournemouth.
Should it go downhill in front of the home crowd at Elland Road, it could quickly turn around and see himself and the board targeted by the Whites faithful.
Of course not to wish this, but that could see Marsch shown the exit door in the coming weeks or throughout the World Cup break with a gap for a change to be made.
Leeds in the meantime are said to be planning their January action on the side, with 90min reporting that Rennes forward Martin Terrier has been watched in recent weeks.
That was followed by Fabrizio Romano sharing that any move for the French talisman would potentially cost above £40million, with Manchester United also watching.
It would be a huge January transfer bonanza, potentially funded by Andrea Radrizzani and the 49ers.
All eyes on Radz.
Marsch himself admitted that he was sick of losing before that win at Anfield, but he will know that not backing up with a win this weekend will make it pointless.
He could easily be walking down a tightrope with the sack a real possibility, and no one can say that it hasn’t been coming throughout the last couple of months.
One thing the American could complain about though is the lack of a new striker being signed, with Patrick Bamford never the same since his injury and Rodrigo trying his best.
It would really sting to see Leeds bring in a new number nine worth more than £40million in the January window if he was to be sacked before that happened.
These are all the things that would be running through his mind, as he may not be around the see a potentially groundbreaking new transfer – he would be if he takes points from these last two Premier League games before the World Cup break.
Go out and prove yourself.