There are a few different ways football clubs react to underwhelming seasons.
Some, like Manchester United, sack their manager two days after winning a first trophy in three years.
Others, such as Aston Villa, recruit and then get rid of board members on a seemingly weekly basis.
Then there is Mexican top-flight side Club Tijuana, who put their entire squad up for sale in response to finishing 14th in the Liga MX.
That is a squad that features Brazilian former LA Galaxy player Juninho and is managed by former Mexico coach Miguel Herrera.
The club said in a statement that players still need to report for pre-season duty on 6 June at their home ground to "undergo physicals and medical measurements" but there are no guarantees they will be at the club come the start of the season.