Things are not looking good for David Moyes at the moment.
After Manchester United's shocking 2-1 defeat by West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford last Saturday, the champions have already dropped 11 points.
The former Everton manager certainly hasn't helped himself in the process, hauling off Shinji Kagawa at half-time despite a promising performance and then saying his team weren't good enough to win the Champions League in the papers yesterday.
It's another gaffe after he inadvertently described Wayne Rooney as Robin van Persie's understudy to feed the critics who think he isn't good enough to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson.
Regarding Moyes' Champions League comment, I have to say Sir Alex would never come out and be that critical, and I guess that comes about with the pressure of losing games.
You cannot see things properly and that's one of the problems. However, I'm not so sure if he's out of his depth just yet.
It's a massive change to go from Everton, where the expectations aren't really high, to Manchester United, where you're expected to win every game.
There's huge pressure on Moyes and maybe, he's realising how difficult the job is.
It's easy to look from the outside in and say it's the management, but there's a whole lot more to it.
The players have been used to a certain type of manager in Sir Alex because he did things a certain way and now that's changed.