The Frenchman flattered to deceive against Queens Park Rangers.
Newcastle United fans have expressed their wrath on a number of occasions this season - with just cause. The likes of Moussa Sissoko, Tim Krul, Mike Williamson and many, many more have all been specific targets for it this term - again, with just cause.
The problem is, though, no matter how loud the Newcastle supporters express themselves - be it in the terraces or online - their players aren't listening. And 'the best coach in the Premier League' certainly isn't.
Against QPR, Newcastle let themselves down yet again. Fans, meanwhile, could have singled out any one of their poor performers at Loftus Road. The Magpies were 1-0 up but, predictably, let their lead slip to lose 2-1.
And one man who attracted heavy criticism was Remy Cabella. The Frenchman was brought to St James' Park with hope of him starring in a creative role for the Tyneside outfit this campaign. Little has he actually offered - especially against QPR.
Newcastle have had some success buying French in the past, of course. They've had some failures, too, but the likes of Mathieu Debuchy and Yohan Cabaye certainly flourished with the Magpies. Cabella doesn't look of the same mould.
Here's what Newcastle supporters made of the 25-year-old's performance at QPR:
Got rid of Ben Arfa who can do something out of nothing and got Cabella who can do nothing out of something #nufc— Michael Middleton (@MichaelMidd90) May 16, 2015
#NUFC may have a reputation as being reluctant to spend but surely you'd expect more return on £25m than Cabella, De Jong & Riviere. Rotten.— Paul McIntosh (@mcintoshpaul) May 16, 2015
Cabella got the moves for a nightclub dance floor.......that's it!! #nufc— James Kevan (@James_Dubai) May 16, 2015
"Frustrating day for Remy Cabella". Has he had anything other than a frustrating day yet? #NUFC— PJ Doc (@Pjdoc) May 16, 2015
Times without number I have said thay Sammy is far better than cabella as far as EPL is concerned. #nufc— ganiyu(nufc) (@ganziboy2000) May 16, 2015
Cabella poor today to many tricks holds onto to it way to ong talent but no end product this season #nufc— Skirgey (@Skirgey) May 16, 2015