Leeds midfielder actually got some backing from real fans.
Leeds United loanee Mateusz Klich has hit back on Twitter at a fan who criticised his ability, while posing as the club chairman.
Klich, on loan at Dutch club Utrecht, had posted originally praised the efforts of Liverpool sensation Mohamed Salah, commenting how much he loves football.
A Twitter user posing as Andrea Radrizzani - with the same name and profile picture - then replied to Klich, writing: "Shame your s*** at it."
The user account was slightly different to Radrizzani's - with the username adding an extra 'z'.
Klich took no nonsense, replying bluntly to the imposter, who claims to be a 'parody' of the Leeds owner.
Klich actually got some backing from Leeds fans for the way he replied to the unwarranted criticism
Looking forward to seeing you come back to leeds next season, hopefully you’ll be given the chance to prove yourself.— Rich (@southeastlower) April 15, 2018
Ha ha nice reply mateusz— Tony (@Tonylufc28) April 15, 2018
To be fair, the keyboard version is probably better at his job than the real owner...— Andrew Waugh (@csameoldsameold) April 15, 2018
Klich signed for Leeds from FC Twente last season but failed to establish himself in the XI.
He was not a success, but at the same time he was not given a proper run in the team to prove himself, and was played out of position when he did feature.
The Pole has impressed on loan at Utrecht, and a fresh start next season could see him get a second shot at Elland Road.