West Ham fans have turned on the owners and their vice-chairman Karren Brady this season.
Despite being hailed as the 'most successful football migration in history' by vice-chairman Karren Brady last July, the move has not panned out as planned and has caused a divide between many supporters and the owners.
A woeful start to this season - which saw the club play its first four games of the season away from home despite promises West Ham fixtures would always take precedence - has seen Slaven Bilic sacked and replaced by David Moyes to much apathy from supporters.
Morale on the pitch and in the stands is at a new low and the club faces an increasingly uphill battle to secure Premier League survival despite positive signs from Sunday's 2-1 defeat at Man City.
Fans are also unhappy with the board for a lack of investment despite promises the club would use the stadium move to spend big to compete with the Premier League elite.
But despite all that Gold, who is making a bad habit of upsetting fans on social networking site Twitter, has suggested West Ham are lucky to have him and Sullivan rather than QPR owner Fernandes, who has overseen a costly relegation with the club facing a record £40 million financial fair play fine in the second tier.
Gold responded to a series of critical tweets from West Ham fans on Twitter by retweeting a reply from another fan who said he was glad he did not get his wish that Fernandes would take over back in 2010 given QPR's current predicament down in the Championship.
Whether you agree with Gold or not, ironically the Hammers could well find themselves competing with Rangers next season if they don't start picking up results soon.