Frank de Boer's start to life as the Dutch national team manager has not gone according to plan, and he set an unwanted record on Wednesday night during a friendly match against Spain.
The former defender enjoyed a hugely impressive career at Ajax, Barcelona, and the Dutch national team, but has not been able to replicate similar successes on the touchline.
Against Spain in Amsterdam on Wednesday night, de Boer could only master a 1-1 draw, meaning he is yet to win a single match ever since taking over from Ronald Koeman.
This saw him become the only manager in the history of the Dutch national team not win any of his first four games in charge.
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First coach to not win any of his first 4 games in charge of the Dutch national team.
It's no surprise though as de Boer's managerial career has been disastrous, having been shown the door five matches into his Inter Milan spell back in 2017.
He was once again dismissed by Crystal Palace after the London side lost four of their opening matches in the Premier League, and once again, things are not looking rosy for the 50-year-old.