Nottingham Forest chairman Fawaz Al-Hasawi was clearly not in the best of moods on Thursday evening as he took to Twitter to blast supporters for their negativity at the club.
What I have been witnessing lately is that many of the fans have been only focusing on the negative aspects. #nffc— @FAWAZ_ALHASAWI (@fawaz_alhasawi1) August 13, 2015
As loyal fans we must support the team whether we're winning or loosing. #nffc— @FAWAZ_ALHASAWI (@fawaz_alhasawi1) August 13, 2015
This is just the beginning, we have a long journey ahead of us and hopefully there will be progress.#nffc— @FAWAZ_ALHASAWI (@fawaz_alhasawi1) August 13, 2015
We are working very hard to achieve our goals. #nffc— @FAWAZ_ALHASAWI (@fawaz_alhasawi1) August 13, 2015
The Kuwaiti millionaire has been slated by supporters recently, with the speculation, as reported in the Nottingham Post, over Henri Lansbury, and the club's poor form being the most recent reasons.
The Reds have not started the season at all well, losing their first two games, first to Brighton and then at home to Walsall, but will be looking to put that right when they host relegation favourites Rotherham United on Saturday.
What can Fawaz do to please the Forest supporters?
The Financial Fair Play regulations have really hurt the East Midlands side in this transfer window, with the first two games showing just how detrimental their lack of freedom in the transfer market could possibly be over the course of the season.
Matt Mills and Jamie Ward have been their only two notable signings so far this summer and it's not surprising they are not favourites to win promotion to the Premier League this season.
Dougie Freedman will be hopeful Forest can bring in a couple of new faces before the window slams shut and the loan market could be his best chance at landing quality players who could help them enter the race for promotion.
Fawaz will be best served by staying off Twitter for a while and focusing on the job at hand.
If he does everything within his power in order to help Freedman add to his squad, with or without Lansbury, then supporters are likely to be much more patient.