West Ham United are now searching for a new manager after confirming the departure of Slaven Bilic earlier today.
The Hammers were beaten 4-1 at home by Liverpool on Saturday evening in what was a torrid display, with Bilic's men again leaking goals at the back.
The recent comeback win against Spurs in the Carabao Cup was nothing more than a false dawn for West Ham, and Bilic has paid the price with his job.
After more than two years in charge, Bilic has been relieved of his duties, and the Hammers are now searching for a new manager, possibly in a short-term move until the end of the season.
West Ham already appear to be closing in on a successor though, as The Guardian report that ex-Everton, Manchester United and Sunderland boss David Moyes will be brought in as his replacement.
Having suffered relegation with Sunderland last season, news of Moyes' imminent arrival at the London Stadium hasn't gone down too well amongst West Ham fans, who seemingly wanted somebody else.
The 54-year-old lost his job as Everton boss last month, but enjoyed a superb spell with Southampton and showed promise with Everton last term, leading many Hammers fans to believe that he is the man for the job, not Moyes.
Get Koeman @davidgold the bloke must be desperate to prove people wrong. We need that guy in charge of our side.— Dan Lett (@Lettuce25) November 6, 2017
@davidgold Koeman is better option than Moyes. Moyes had a whole season and couldn't stop Sunderland going down. Blame lies with board too— ttwhufc (@tturnerwhu3110) November 6, 2017
@davidgold please dont get moyes. Thats not an improvement on billic. We will go down. Pay the money get koeman. We dont want moyes.— James Prior (@Jamesprior87) November 6, 2017
How can the board not want Koeman. The guy has done brilliant in the past, had one blip with Everton. Get him in. @davidgold— Dan Lett (@Lettuce25) November 5, 2017
@davidgold Please not Moyes! I am not alone in thinking this. If you’re reluctant to pay compensation, why not go for Koeman???????— Adam (@ziggyells) November 5, 2017