Charly Mousonda certainly did his best to stir up controversy at Chelsea this week.
The highly rated 20-year-old absolutely rinsed the Chelsea academy system in an angry Instagram post he eventually deleted.
Many Chelsea fans sympathised, too, with Musonda being handed very little game time this season and John Terry remaining the latest true success of the system.
Antonio Conte responded days later: "I spoke with him and I think Charly understood his mistake. Honestly, he has to continue to work very hard to improve himself - the physical and tactical aspect but he is working very well.
"His mind must be focused on the pitch and not on social media. I told him this and my task to help him, always to find the right way not the wrong way."
In addition, Blues supporters certainly rate the tricky winger and were overjoyed to see him enter the fray at 2-1 down to a Crystal Palace side who entered the game pointless and goalless.
An own goal from Cesar Azpilicueta and a Wilfried Zaha strike, either side of Tiemoue Bakayoko's goal, gave the Eagles an unlikely victory.
However, Musonda's introduction instantly added energy to a Chelsea attack that had been completely smothered at Selhurst Park.
Although he missed a brilliant opportunity to level the game, it didn't stop Blues supporters from singing his praise and they all had the same message for Conte.
Check out the tweets below:
Willian has endured a nightmarish start to this season and criticism for the Brazilian has only been augmented by Musonda's complaints and form.
Moreover, as for Batshuayi, despite his impressive goal scoring this season, the deputy forward has looked toothless when entrusted with a Premier League.
Musonda may not be either of those players but his performance today has given Conte some thinking to do, that's for sure.
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