As Manchester United fans prepare to make the journey to Old Trafford this weekend, they do so with the knowledge that they will look skywards around kick-off to be confronted with a sight no fan of this great club has ever seen.
Such is the disdain for David Moyes' stewardship of the current Premier League champions that members of a notorious fans' forum have collected the £840 needed to pay for a light aircraft to fly above the 76,000-capacity stadium. Carrying with it a banner, which will read: "Moyes Out."
This is a moment that will receive much media coverage and will be considered the zenith of fan revolt, among a crowd who've been largely patient and understanding of their new manager's plight, by most relative standards.
In this discussion, journalist Miguel Delaney says that David Moyes must surely be "on the brink of the brink" right now. Unless immediate fixtures produce an upturn in fortunes, it's hard to disagree.
Here, three fans and a member of the national media ruminate over how and why David Moyes' tenure has got to this tipping point and what they think will happen in the near future. This is a three-part series which should move sequentially, but if it doesn't, you can find it on youtube.com/fulltimedevils. Enjoy!