West Ham United boss David Moyes is coming under huge pressure already.
Moyes was an unpopular choice when he was re-appointed at the end of December.
And just one league win in eight matches tells its own depressing story.
The Scot has been criticised for team selection and tactics, most notably after the no-contest defeat at Manchester City last time out.
The City surrender came after West Ham twice let two-goal leads slip in a crucial six-pointer against Brighton.
Pressure piles on Moyes as West Ham go from bad to worse
As a result the Hammers remain in the relegation zone with just 12 games left to play.
This week some fans have called for Moyes to be sacked and replaced by Sam Allardyce while there is still time to save West Ham’s season (The Sun).
When West Ham fans want answers, many of them turn to reliable insider ExWHUemployee.
Hammers insider delivers his verdict and makes prediction
And the anonymous Twitter and podcast personality delivered his verdict on the Moyes sack talk, predicting if it does happen it will be too late.
“I don’t think they will and if they do it will probably be too late by then,” ExWHUemployee said on Twitter.
I don’t think they will and if they do it will probably be too late by then https://t.co/RtzNzLg0i7
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) February 21, 2020
It is easy to see why West Ham fans are frustrated with Moyes.
Moyes has tall order to save West Ham
The Scot has the lowest win percentage of any manager in West Ham’s history.
And his treatment of Pablo Fornals has been bizarre.
David Sullivan and David Gold looked to have been vindicated when Moyes oversaw a 4-0 win over Bournemouth in his first game back.
But the Hammers have not tasted victory since and must win at least four of five games to have a chance of survival.