Gareth Southgate, David Beckham, Phil Neville...now prepare to add Joe Hart to the list of scapegoats for England's underwhelming performances in major tournaments.
The Manchester City goalkeeper made a lamentable effort to save Gareth Bale's free-kick at the end of the first half of England's Euro 2016 clash, giving Wales a 1-0 lead at half-time and sending Twitter into overdrive.
How are you not saving that joe hart????
-- Ollie (@OllieMarland) June 16, 2016
Joe Hart has to be better than that ffs
-- Casey Barker (@CaaseyBarker) June 16, 2016
-- TheFootballRepublic (@TheFootballRep) June 16, 2016
To be fair to Joe Hart, it's hard to figure out what Gareth Bale is going to do when running full pelt at a dead ball from 35 yards.
-- Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) June 16, 2016
It was a second disappointing moment for Hart, who had earlier been caught live on camera swearing enthusiastically as the teams came out of the tunnel.
Bad day for Joe Hart. Swearing before kick off. Rest of nation swearing now.
-- martin kelner (@martinkelner) June 16, 2016
loooool it wouldn't be an international tournament without Joe Hart swearing on live TV
-- Pep (@PepsiFIFA12) June 16, 2016
Joe Hart swearing, disgracing the nation there.
-- Paul (@UtdRantcast) June 16, 2016
And of course, there were lots of shampoo jokes.
Next time I see Joe Hart in a head n shoulders advert I'm turning the TV off.
-- Uber Football Facts (@UberFootbalI) June 16, 2016
Joe Hart proving he's not
Head & Shoulders
Above Fraser Forster
-- carol o'connor (@carolk23) June 16, 2016
BREAKING: Head & Shoulders drop Joe Hart for looking flaky. #ENGWAL
-- James Martin (@Pundamentalism) June 16, 2016
Joe Hart's biggest mistake since those Head & Shoulders commercials. #ENGWAL
-- Andy Milligan (@ItsAMilligan) June 16, 2016
-- Oonagh (@Okeating) June 16, 2016
You brought those on yourself, Joe...