Winger Laurent Robert could be heading for more disciplinary action at Portsmouth after his latest outspoken comments about the club.
The Frenchman was last week fined after refusing to be a substitute at Sunderland, although the matter was later put down to there being confusion over his injury situation.
He played the last half-hour of the defeat to Wigan on Saturday but went public on Tuesday with his complaints about his team-mates, Portsmouth's style of play, the fact nobody passes to him and that even the best players in Europe would struggle in the side.
Of course, there is a down side:
Portsmouth have just 10 points from 12 matches this season and their next four fixtures are Liverpool (away), Chelsea (home), Manchester United (away) and Tottenham (away).