The finger of blame was pointed in several directions after West Brom lost to Aston Villa for the second time in a week on Saturday afternoon.
Boss Tony Pulis was criticised by supporters for his use of 'negative' tactics, while West Brom's defence and midfield was filled with underperformers. Joleon Lescott, too, produced a costly second-half miss.
But the costliest miss of the day against Aston Villa came from West Brom's club-record signing Brown Ideye.
The striker produced a poor performance at Villa earlier in the week and repeated the feat on Saturday, starting the game off by missing a golden chance to open the scoring for West Brom - something their early dominance warranted.
Ideye couldn't deliver then or thereafter, as the 26-year-old flattered to deceive at Villa Park.
Some supporters blamed the Nigerian, while others criticised Pulis for playing the forward if he wasn't fully fit - as well as his use of long-ball football. Opinion certainly seems mixed on the West Brom striker right now, whose previous run of impressive form looks to be at an end.
Here's a selection of what Baggies fans are saying about Ideye on Twitter after his performance against Aston Villa...
Well Anichebe is back next week we have missed his physical presence as the hoofing to berahino&ideye hasnt worked #wba— Jordan Ball (@jordan3298) March 7, 2015
How did Ideye not finish that? seems like a four game wonder #wba— Niall. (@NiallPentreath) March 7, 2015
Back to the drawing board, Mr Pulis. Lack of a striker signing in Jan has hurt us badly. Ideye off the boil again. #wba— Rob Escott (@Rob_Escott) March 7, 2015
If only Ideye could show the same pace as the linesman. His miss was appalling. Guess he's naff after all #wba— Jase (@Ja5e_91) March 7, 2015
Ideye's miss as costly as ben's moment of madness the other night IMO #wba— Martin Leather (@londonbaggie) March 7, 2015
Ideye not fit don't play him, start with sessengon. Back 4 with lescott at fullback awful tactics all round #WBA— Andrew Beech (@beechyboy90) March 7, 2015
If this isn't the last game Ideye starts then I give up, playing with five midfielders and just Saido would be much more effective. #wba— Luke Stevenson (@Luke18S) March 7, 2015