After Manchester United's latest loss, David Moyes is probably feeling the heat at Old Trafford more than ever.
Currently sitting seventh in the table and facing a Champions League exit to Olympiakos, many fans have been calling for Moyes to be shown the exit door just one year into his six-year deal.
But it's not just the Manchester United fans calling for his head, even search-engine giants Google are now turning against Sir Alex Ferguson's faltering successor.
Type is "David Moyes has" into the famous search bar and the results make unhappy reading for the manager and happy reading for fans.
Google predicts that you are searching for "David Moyes has to go", "David Moyes has been sacked", "David Moyes has lost the dressing room" and "David Moyes hasn't got a clue".
Plenty of people would have been searching "David Moyes has been sacked" on Friday after rumours appeared on social media that Moyes was set to be sacked when the New York Stock Exchange opened.
Those rumours proved to be false much to the delight of Ferguson, who has backed Moyes to succeed.
Fergie said to reporters: "They will be all right.
"It's early days and there have been a lot of changes.
"He needs time. I was there for 27 years, so with a new manager, it takes time. But they'll be OK."