Aston Villa fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to discuss the future of Remi Garde.
Garde was appointed the Villa manager at the start of November following the dismissal of Tim Sherwood.
Things have not changed much, with Villa looking set for the drop to the Championship at the end of the season.
The Villans are at the foot of the Premier League table at the moment with just eight points from 19 matches.
The latest defeat for Villa came on Monday afternoon when they went down 2-0 to fellow relegation candidates - and promoted outfit - Norwich City away from home at Carrow Road.
The situation is dire at Villa Park, and questions have been asked of the club’s decision to appoint Garde as the manager last month.
Villa fans have taken to Twitter to discuss whether the Frenchman will be able to rescue the team from getting relegated or whether the club should bring someone else in now.
Below are some of the best comments:
Personally I would sack garde get in a Pearson like manager get us ready for next season can't go into it with Richardson left wing #avfc— Richard Tonks (@dicktonksy) December 29, 2015
Remi Garde not the saviour most villa fans originally thought! We're down and he's not the man to bring us straight back up either #avfc— James (@JBaker_24) December 29, 2015
In all fairness to Garde he was mad to even consider the job. #AVFC— AVFC Transfer Tweet (@AVFCTransTweet) December 29, 2015
People saying we should sack Garde: Are you kidding me? He's been in the job for 2 months! If we become the EPL equivalent of Leeds... #AVFC— George Jones (@villageorge) December 29, 2015
Can somebody can find me proof of garde getting us playing better than how we did for 75mins against Leicester this season? #avfc— phil 1987 (@philgwilliam87) December 29, 2015
Not sure Remi Garde can rebuild Villa. If it's true Moyes wanted to come & reform the club from top to bottom it should have happened. #AVFC— Kevin Hughes (@kevinhughes348) December 29, 2015
We stick with Garde whatever happens. Sacking managers every 6 months just adds to our clubs problems. #AVFC— Coll #AVFC (@coll0512) December 29, 2015