Supporters of Dutch side ADO Den Haag interrupted a club training session this week to give the coach and players tactical advice.
Den Haag sit second from bottom in the Eredivisie, six points from safety and four points from a relegation playoff place.
Approximately a dozen Den Haag fans invaded the team's training pitch to make their unhappiness clear, gathering around a tactical flipboard and engaging in conversation with manager Alan Pardew, his staff and players.
Former Newcastle and West Ham manager Pardew took charge on Dec. 24 and began his tenure with three consecutive wins, but his side have since recorded draws against Heerenveen and Vitesse as well as a 4-0 defeat to Utrecht and a 3-0 loss to PSV Eindhoven.
The training-ground incident did not escalate beyond conversation, with players appearing to take on board the fans' advice.