Simon Mignolet has been hounded by Liverpool fans for his decision making in recent years, but off the field it seems like the Belgian could also improve in this respect.
The 29-year-old goalkeeper took to Twitter on Thursday to post a montage of his debut for the club in 2013, after making his 200th appearance in the 5-0 demolition of Swansea City.
It was his Mignolet's first game since the epic 3-3 draw with Arsenal, in which the former Sunderland man was responsible for at least one of the three goals that the Reds shipped.
Understandably, fans of the Anfield club were furious, but the Liverpool supporters went back for round two with the error-prone keeper yesterday when he reminded them on Twitter of his 200-game haul for the Merseysiders.
You are doing good MIGs! You can continue your career at Brighton next season.— 'quid pro quo. (@RedGerian) December 28, 2017
Showing the only save you made in 200 games ffs I absolutely cannot wait until you are sold— RedIanLfc (@RedIanLfc) December 28, 2017
Does this have the clip at Burnley when you forgot to kick the ball?— Buy a goalie Jurgen (@mrpaulmilligan) December 28, 2017
Never going to win anything with you in Goal! You have had more than enough chances please go— Steven (@stc311) December 28, 2017
Please leave.— UJ (@UCJ300) December 28, 2017
We’ll never win league with Migs in goal. Fact.— Ross (@rdgwrites) December 28, 2017
It was a fantastic start, it has been a downhill since then. Goodlyck for 2018— Amir Thapa (@ajthapa74) December 28, 2017
Lazy keeper we would have won Arsenal game but due to your laziness we drew— Daniel Ahodetor (@AhodetorDaniel) December 28, 2017
And its just got worse and worse!!— Phillip Mills (@millzy230588) December 28, 2017
It's safe to say that Liverpool fans aren't all that keen on Mignolet - who joined from the Black Cats for around £9 million, according to The Daily Mail.- and perhaps rightly so.
The Belgian has never looked like a very reliable figure between the sticks, but Jurgen Klopp's £75 million acquisition of centre-back Virgil van Dijk might just help in that regard.