West Ham announced the appointment of David Moyes as their new manager on Monday and were immediately met with a wave of fury from their supporters.
The former Everton, Manchester United and Sunderland boss has been handed an initial six-month deal, taking him through until the end of the season, after replacing Slaven Bilic who was sacked on Monday.
But the news has not gone down well with many of the club's fans, with a groundswell of opinion already rising against the Scot on social media.
West Ham have confirmed the appointment of David Moyes as new manager
Sportsmail launched a poll in the wake of the appointment, asking if Moyes was indeed the right man for the job.
16,000 votes later and the result was clear, 74 per cent deciding he wasn't.
And that echoed the sentiments of West Ham's fanbase on Twitter, who responded in unison when the London outfit confirmed Moyes would be taking over.
The club's tweet, which included a video of the 54-year-old saying he was 'really looking forward to meeting the