Jose Mourinho was scathing this week with his criticism of Eden Hazard after the Belgian failed to track Atletico Madrid right-back Juanfran for much of the Champions League tie between the two this week.
Need a reminder of what he said?
"Eden is the kind of player that is not so mentally ready to look back to his left-back and to leave his life for him. If you see the first goal of Atlético you completely understand where the mistake was and why we conceded that goal. I'm not happy. I speak all season and I try to improve him all season."
It came after the player himself made some comments, which were frankly misquoted in the British press, but still managed to perturb Mourinho enough to give him a public dressing down.
And Mourinho is not the first one to make the criticism. His Belgium coach Marc Wilmots was at it in 2012 and Frank Lebeouf made the same comments just 24 hours before Mourinho.
And now Gary Neville has joined the crew.
No-one should be surprised at Jose comments on Hazard. He asked for responsibility at the start of the season. On Wed he left his man twice— Gary Neville (@GNev2) May 3, 2014
At that level in those games you cannot do that. Anyone got last few seconds of RMv BM in Mad. Modric at the back post same as Haz position— Gary Neville (@GNev2) May 3, 2014
AM and RM played with two disciplined banks of 4 as BM did last year to win the Semis and Final. One man wide cannot switch off— Gary Neville (@GNev2) May 3, 2014
United fans think back to 2008 v Barca. Cristiano was moved up top and Ji Sung Park and Rooney wide. CQ and SAF knew they needed discipline— Gary Neville (@GNev2) May 3, 2014
Hazard from here can either sulk and disagree or he can do what Robben did last year for Bayern v Barca. Change!— Gary Neville (@GNev2) May 3, 2014
The Manchester United man was in commentary for the game on Wednesday night - and was critical then - but has now taken to Twitter to make his feelings known on the matter.
For Hazard it seems that more people are in camp Mourinho than his own corner on this one.