Everton right-back Seamus Coleman has been named in Martin O'Neill's Republic of Ireland squad for a friendly with Turkey this month.
The 29-year-old has only made three appearances for Everton this season since returning from a 10-month injury.
It was last March when Coleman suffered a horrific leg break on international duty in a World Cup qualifier against Wales in Dublin.
And Everton fans on Twitter are furious over the decision to bring back so soon after his recovery.
Too soon, blag he’s still injured— Harry (@MainManMori) March 8, 2018
Absolutely ridiculous decision ♂️— Alan Tyrer (@digmoorsec) March 8, 2018
Better not be playing Wales— Brandon (@RealBrandonFYA) March 8, 2018
What’s the point ♂️ they’re not going the World Cup why rush it? In fact we’ve got nothing to play for either, have a boss time Seamus!— Dave Bennett (@djdavebennett) March 8, 2018
Well it was nice for him to not be injured for a while I guess— Jimmy Donnellan (@JimmyDonemelons) March 8, 2018
You can understand Everton fans' frustration.
Coleman is one of the Toffees' most important players and considering the season that the Goodison Park side have had, they could do with having their best and most consistent performers available.
The Irishman has only managed 135 minutes of competitive football since the leg break and it does seem extraordinarily early by O'Neill.