Ravel Morrison found more trouble on his first game for Queens Park Rangers at Charlton over the weekend.
The on loan West Ham midfielder left the travelling Rangers fans incensed with a lack-lustre display following by a petulant reaction at the end.
He stalked off after the late 1-0 defeat without acknowledging the fans who had travelled to the New Valley.
And that brought a frosty response from club sources who preferred to remain anonymous with one declaring: “We all know his reputation but we didn’t expect that – there’s a lack of class involved in that isn’t there?
“Applauding the fans at the end of a disappointing display – or at any time – is the very least we should expect.”
Morrison’s mood may not have been helped by missing two simple chances to put the game beyond recall before Johnnie Jackson’s late smash and grab raid gave Chartotn the points.
He had sidefooted wide of an open goal before placing an even better chance gently into goalkeeper Yohann Thuram’s arms from point blank range.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp had believed Morrison could be the key to his problems after a shocking February which sees them win-less and with a single points from their efforts.