The BBC have been blasted by football fans after inviting Troy Deeney on Sunday's episode of Match of the Day 2.
Deeney was recently sacked by Forest Green Rovers, having lasted just 29 days in his role as manager.
The former Watford and Birmingham star only oversaw six matches during that time and received a four-match touchline ban prior to his departure.
He also caused controversy by publicly criticising his players, too.
The BBC have been blasted by football fans for putting Troy Deeney on Match of the Day 2
And Match of the Day fans have taken to social media to hit out at the BBC for putting Deeney forward.
One user said: Troy Deeney on Match of the Day, what a drop off in 'expert analysis.'"
A second stated: "Love hearing Troy Deeney criticising another team for lack of leadership and accountability on MOTD2. Why is someone who so spectacularly blew his first chance at management being venerated?"
A third raged: "@BBCSport Troy Deeney, really?? Scraping the barrel big time!"
A fourth said: "Successful manager Troy Deeney is already sharing his expertises with the rest of us. Shameless."
A fifth fumed: "Troy Deeney on MOTD? They're taking the p**s."
And a sixth vented their fury by saying: "How the f**k is Troy Deeney on MOTD."
After his sacking last month, Deeney turned on Forest Green Rovers and said the League Two strugglers needed 'hard words' to be spoken.
"When you're taking over a club in the middle of a season and it is rock bottom of the league you can't take your time and go easy," he wrote in a column for The Sun.
"Hard words needed to be spoken and I felt that we were about to turn a corner with results.
"Was I the problem? Or is it the club that is about to appoint its ninth manager in less than three years?
"I was expected to turn around the fortunes of a failing club in less than a month.
"I hadn't even received my first payslip as a manager when they told me they were getting rid of me."
Forest Green over Dale Vince hit back at Deeney and said he 'let the club down'.
"He is outspoken and opinionated – there’s not much wrong with that," he said.