He must think he's been cursed - possibly another Harry Arter injury.
It's been a difficult time of late for Harry Arter, especially on the international front. After missing the Euros in France because of injury, Arter was probably looking forward to a fresh start as the Republic of Ireland began their World Cup qualification campaign - especially after a strong performance against the might of Oman in a friendly game at the end of August. But not only did he miss the Republic's recent games against Georgia and Moldova with a groin injury, but he had to deal with online abuse from gobshites who thought he'd jumped ship to play for England.
And now he has possibly been dealt a further injury blow.
Arter's Bournemouth side hammered Hull 6-1 today and Arter played a full 90 minutes for Eddie Howe's side. But according to BBC journalist Kris Temple a bang on the knee in the first half left Arter in crutches leaving the stadium after the match.
Harry Arter leaving #AFCB on crutches. Not a good sign. Knee impact during first half.
— Kris Temple (@kristemple) October 15, 2016
Let's hope it was just a stiffening up of the knee after a typically all-action performance from Arter, who has been receiving serious praise of late for his performances so far this season. God knows Ireland could do with him being fit ahead of a tough trip to Austria in November.