The Leeds defender has confronted his critics on social media once more.
Leeds United defender Giuseppe Bellusci has once again sent a message to his critics on Twitter, reiterating his stance that even those who don't like him should get behind the team.
The Italian has a history of clashing with supporters on social media and has become a divisive presence for some fans, especially since his involvement in the infamous 'injured six' saga.
A lot of the Leeds faithful do back him, though, and Bellusci sent out a message for those who don't on Saturday morning.
For those who did not understand. I said: "I don't like me ok. But the first game you should support the team,not me".— Giuseppe Bellusci (@peppe_ele) July 11, 2015
The 25-year-old then retweeted a number of replies from Leeds supporters who are getting behind him.
@peppe_ele Warrior! Ignore the haters, play your football and play for the shirt! MOT!— Charlie Wright (@charliewright24) July 11, 2015
@peppe_ele Top player in a leeds shirt what else can we ask , Forget the haters pal not everyone thinks like them . Keep up the good work— Barry Beecroft (@barryjohn77) July 11, 2015
Bellusci's role at Elland Road next season will be interesting to observe. Sol Bamba appears a vital presence within the Whites' back four but Liam Cooper started as captain once again during Leeds' friendly draw with Harrogate Town on Friday evening.
Depending on who else comes in, it may simply be a case of new boss Uwe Rosler rotating between Bellusci, Bamba and Cooper - who can all work with each other and offer different qualities for the Yorkshire club.