West Ham United are in a whole world of trouble at the moment.
Hammers legend Tony Gale was a guest on Sky Sports' Premier League Daily programme today, and delivered his verdict on his former club's recent appointment of David Moyes as their new manager, suggesting that the board have panicked by bringing the Scot to east London.
West Ham have begun their 2017/18 campaign in miserable fashion, and currently sit precariously in 18th position in the Premier League table, after their paltry return of just nine points from the opening 11 league games they have played thus far.
The east London outfit's fanbase have been anything but impressed by the appointment of the former Everton and Manchester United boss, but now they must get behind him, if their side has any chance whatsoever of turning the corner.
And Gale, who made 368 appearances for the Hammers, offered some words of advice for Moyes, suggesting that his former club need to be organised more than anything else, when speaking live on Sky Sports' Premier League Daily programme:
"If anything they need a little bit of organising. It's just kind of gone a little bit loose, and what owners tend to do at this stage is they have a little bit of a panic up, and they go 'right, let's go for a Sam or a Tony Pulis or a David Moyes'. They hopefully churn out a few results, and then maybe they start playing again."
Moyes first game in charge of West Ham will be a trip to Watford on November 19th, and it will be absolutely pivotal for him to get off to a winning start.