Australians watching the FIFA World Cup in Russia have seen the Socceroos lose gallantly to a bizarrely ineffective French outfit, and draw with a Denmark team many believe the Aussies should have beaten.
And while the Socceroos have played with courage and intensity, Australians have just one question: Where is Tim Cahill?
The 38-year-old has remained on the bench for both of Australia's games, with coach Bert van Marwijk (who took the Netherlands to the World Cup final in 2010) opting to field younger players such as 19-year-old Daniel Arzani, Hull City player Jackson Irvine, and Tomi Juric, who plays in Switzerland.
And while Cahill is one of the oldest players at the tournament and hasn't completed a 90-minute game in months, people are still very, very upset.
While others saw a different side to the argument.
Australia has one more game in the group stage, playing Peru, where a win is an absolute necessity. Australian fans will have to hold out and hope France beats Denmark. If all that falls into place, the Aussies are through to the next round.
Hell, maybe the stage is still set for a Cahill cameo.
Brad Esposito is a news reporter for BuzzFeed and is based in Sydney, Australia.