Roberto Martinez could single-handedly rid the world of Isis and it wouldn't change the stance of most Evertonians.
After an anti-climactic 2014-15 campaign, the Spaniard promised improvement at Goodison Park. But in truth, this season has been far, far worse.
His failure to address a porous back line, unwavering loyalty to a clearly past-it Tim Howard and baffling comment after baffling comment have left Roberto's position untenable - in the fans' eyes at least.
But Wednesday night's 0-0 draw against Crystal Palace brought a new gripe to the surface: his reluctance to use £13.5 million January signing Oumar Niasse.
The former Spartak Moscow forward has played 29 minutes of football since arriving on Merseyside and was snubbed completely at Selhurst Park - where he remained fully trackied up as Arouna Kone started ahead of him.
With little to play for league-wise, Everton fans are struggling to get their head around the Senegal star's repeated omission.
This was the reaction on Twitter...
What's the point buying niasse? To only play kone anyway?— WearItwithpride1878 (@eternalblue1878) 13 April 2016
If you're going to spend all that money on Niasse though, it surely makes sense to play him ahead of Kone. Would be nice to see him play 90— Andrew Atkinson (@UTR_83) 13 April 2016
Deulofeu, Mirallas and Niasse all available so obviously Kone was going to play. #martinezout— Tom Lyons (@tom_chuckles) 13 April 2016
Niasse declared unfit by Martinez, on the bench anyway. Splendid.— Tom G (@Gillotine92) 13 April 2016
Can someone tell me why he just doesn't play niasse instead of kone, paid 13 mill for him we can't win the league or get relegated play him— Matthew (@Collo_MJ) 13 April 2016
I played a charity game at Goodison Park in 2010 and have played more minutes on that famous turf than 13.5 million pound signing Niasse.— Gareth Jones (@photogareth) 13 April 2016
Not that I expect him to do anything but why isn't Niasse getting a look in?— Graeme Dodson (@hammyefc) 13 April 2016
Niasse cost 13.5 million and he's played 12 mins in 4 months what is going on #MARTINEZOUT shows how much Martinez wants to work his players— Jay (@EFC_Jayy) 14 April 2016
Niasse scored 13 goals for Spartak during the first half of the campaign.