Money is talking at the top of the table at the haves run clear — but further down, the have-nots are already watching the ground turn into the swamp of relegation form around their feet. Of course there is a long way to run and plenty of changes to come but realistically, any club from Swansea in last place all the way up to Brighton in 11th are at risk. Swans players reportedly finally blew up at each other in the dressing room after the loss to Stoke, which, with just nine points from 15 games, makes coach Paul Clement look a little more like some hideous extra from The Walking Dead. A-LEAGUE ALL ANGLES: Resilient Sydney, Mariners surge Can David Moyes save West Ham’s season? AFP Photo/Paul EllisSource:AFP West Ham, ensconced in the bottom three after just two wins, at least have David Moyes on their side. Said no one ever. Moyes’s new-coach bounce last as long as a 1-1 draw with Leicester. Losing to Manchester City is acceptable. Getting smashed by Everton is not. It may yet turn around but Moyes’s failure to keep Sunderland afloat last season doesn’t inspire confidence. Crystal Palace have turned to another excitement machine in former England boss Roy Hodgson, who said last weekend keeping the Eagles soaring would be his greatest escape ever. Ten points from eight games has at least taken Palace of the bottom of the table — so things are looking up. New West Brom coach Alan Pardew has a big job. AFP Photo/Ben StansallSource:AFP Above them are West Brom, newly coached by former Palace boss Alan Pardew, who has promised to release the Albion’s attacking flair. He tried something similar with Palace, which ended with an FA Cup final defeat and relegation battle. So let’s see how this works out. Huddersfield — just who are they? Battling underdogs or naive chancers? The Terriers have won fans and played great football but results are starting to slide, with five losses in the last six, 26 goals conceded and just nine scored. That might be beyond even Aaron Mooy. Newcastle could easily slip back into the mire. (Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)Source:Getty Images Newcastle United are too big to go down, right? Winless in six, the club are up for sale with