West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce is facing the sack after more than 77% of voting supporters called for his departure.
Hammers fans took part in a survey across 16 independent West Ham fanzines and websites to determine whether the east London faithful want to keep Allardyce in the job or not.
The response was damming for the 59-year old with 77.95 % of supporters voting against keeping him at the helm at Upton Park next season and beyond.
Hammers fans have become increasingly frustrated by the teams form recently with Allardyce masterminding just two wins from their past nine outings which has included seven losses.
West Ham currently sit 14th on the Premier League table on 37 points, just five ahead of the relegation zone, with two fixtures remaining. The Irons take on London rivals Tottenham on Saturday before heading to title aspirants Manchester City on the final weekend of the season.
Supporters will be looking for vastly improved performances from the team if 'Big Sam' wants to retain his job for the 2014/15 season.
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