Sections of the travelling Chelsea contingent in attendance at the club’s meeting with Manchester City on Sunday made use of the opportunity to make their frustrations well known.
The Blues, of course, are currently locked in action.
After slipping to another disappointing defeat at the hands of the aforementioned Man City earlier in the week, Graham Potter’s troops faced off with the Pensioners once more, on this occasion in the FA Cup.
And, when all was said and done, yet again, Chelsea were forced to face up to defeat.
This came as goals on the part of all of Riyad Mahrez (2), Julian Alvarez and Phil Foden, inside the opening 40 minutes, guided hosts City to the right side of a dominant 4-0 scoreline.
It therefore shouldn’t come as all that much of a surprise to hear of the Chelsea supporters to have made their way to Manchester on Sunday evening making their disappointment well known.
The Blues, of course, have endured a hugely underwhelming campaign to date, with recent weeks in particular having seen tensions begin to mount.
In turn, both new owner Todd Boehly and head coach Graham Potter have tonight been targeted in ruthless fashion.
This came as chants in support of both former owner Roman Abramovich and ex-manager Thomas Tuchel were heard ringing across the away end at the Etihad.