West Ham board’s popularity appears to have reached an all-time low during a winter of discontent which has seen one issue after another beset the club.
Many supporters are saying they have now had enough and want the board out or a change of ownership at West Ham.
The practicalities are somewhat difficult and the chances of the West Ham owners resigning from the board are very slim while they remain the majority shareholders.
Likewise insisting they sell up is only possible if there is a willing buyer waiting in wings to buy up the club.
So our Claret and Hugh poll asks the question whether David Sullivan and David Gold should follow the lead of Newcastle Owner Mike Ashley by putting West Ham United up for sale on the open market to invite buyers to bid.