The beleaguered Manchester United manager's future has been increasingly vulnerable of late, with supporters stepping up their protests of disapproval following recent key losses
Another abject display in the derby has seen the pressure on the Scot ramped up yet another notch, with a section of supporters even turning on former manager Sir Alex Ferguson following the defeat at Old Trafford.
The defeat left the Red Devils languishing in seventh place in the Premier League table, a massive 18 points behind leaders Chelsea and 12 away from fourth spot with only seven more games to go. There is no chance of them defending their crown and missing out on Champions League football looks a foregone conclusion as well.
The calls to sack Moyes have grown increasingly as well, with more and more supporters getting disenchanted and disillusioned at the supposed "Chosen One". A group of supporters have even gone as far as to raise money to pay for a plane to display the message "Wrong one - Moyes out" in a fly-past protest over Old Trafford.
The majority of Goal Singapore readers believe that Moyes has to be removed immediately, with 62% indicating that he should be sacked now, clearly believing that he is the wrong man for the club. A further 16.2% agree that the should go, but only at the end of the season, possibly to reduce distractions to a minimum.
Only 18.6% thinks he should still be given more time, while the remaining minority of 3.2% feel he could be shifted to another role within the hierarchy.
Speculation has also grown in recent days that the United are looking at replacements for Moyes.