To quote the film, Vanilla Sky, 'every passing minute is another chance to turn it all around'.
And I agree with that. There's no such thing as being doomed, in my view. Essentially you just need to start making better decisions from now, and that applies equally to a person's life or running a club.
We're not resigned to our fate. We just need to start making better decisions and this season can be viewed as a crazy aberration, and nothing more. Lots of clubs have had awful seasons and terrible managerial appointments and then quickly reversed it and left it behind them.
We need to view it like that, quite dispassionately.
This is all true from you, as usual, mate, but we have to hope that Moshiri can see it.
The only evidence of his decisions so far are:
Sack Martinez ✅
Hire Walsh ❌
Hire Koeman ❌
Sack Koeman ✅
Give it to Unsworth (with no back-up plan) ❌
Hire Allardyce ❌
So, in my opinion, his decisions have been mainly poor.