Liverpool fans could be forgiven for thinking that Loris Karius is the most error-prone goalkeeper on their books.
The German goalkeeper has had a horrific few months which began with two major mistakes in the Champions League final against Real Madrid, contributing to the Reds' 3-1 defeat by Real Madrid.
But Karius's problems have extended into pre-season and the 25-year-old has had a couple of nightmare performances for Liverpool recently.
But those who believe that he's the worst keeper on the books is perhaps forgetting about Adam Bogdan.
The Hungarian left Liverpool to join Hibernian on loan earlier this month but the Scottish Premiership side might already be regretting that one.
The 30-year-old was largely at fault for both of the goals that Neil Lennon's side conceded in last night's second-round Europa League qualifier against Asteras Tripolis at Easter Road.
Both goals came from Giorgos Kiriakopoulos inside the opening 35 minutes. Hibs recovered from the two-goal deficit to win 3-2, but some fans of the Leith club are absolutely slating the Liverpool loanee.
Obviously Lennon doesn’t fancy laidlaw but honestly bogdan is utter crap. Laidlaw wasn’t as bad as him— Gwenne ⚽️ (@GwenneJ) July 26, 2018
Get Adam Bogdan out of my club right now— Jamie (@JamieWoodHFC) July 26, 2018
Delete Bogdan— Iain (@Iain1875) July 26, 2018
Bogdan’s second assist of the night— Leezus (@LeeBaillie_) July 26, 2018
Terminate his loan— Mikey (@mikeyhfc) July 26, 2018
Would prefer it if we still had bell as our back up keeper— Chris Murphy (@chrismurphy1875) July 26, 2018
WTF— Dodgy Jerry (@JerrySjogren) July 26, 2018
Ffs Bogdan— Alfie (@IconicNeves) July 26, 2018
7 goals concealed in 3 games for big bogdan, top signing— Chris Murphy (@chrismurphy1875) July 26, 2018
Between him, Karius and Simon Mignolet - who, incidentally, looks like David De Gea in comparison to those two - it certainly seems as if the Anfield side have had bad luck with goalkeepers.
But hopefully the addition of Brazil star Alisson should quell that problem going forward.