West Ham United fans are demanding change... preferably of ownership.
Losing three games on the bounce and conceding 11 goals in the process has seen the Hammers dragged into the thick of the relegation battle.
The 3-0 home defeat to Burnley last time out saw fan unrest come to a head with supporters invading the pitch to protest against the way the club has been run by co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold and vice-chairman Karren Brady.
Homegrown Hammer and captain Mark Noble was seen rugby tackling one of the fans while another took the corner flag and planted it in the centre circle in scenes reminiscent of the Bonds scheme protests back in 1992.
The club don't play again for three weeks when they take on Southampton at the London Stadium in an an absolute must win if they are to have any realistic hope of surviving.
West Ham face Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Leicester City and Everton in six of their last seven games.
If they do manage to stay up there will be serious work to do in the summer.
"I'd echo the words of Sir Trevor Brooking by saying revisit at the end of the season," Gale told Sky Sports.
"And I hope that the board learn and provide more investment, more West Ham signage around the stadium, more identity for the football club and just a bit more of everything."