He may be slumping towards the sack at Perth Glory, but every neutrals going to miss Kenny Lowe's zany humour when he's gone.
Lowe pulled-up Western Sydney Wanderers' Jaushua Sotirio, who appeared to blatantly dive over Liam Reddy to earn the goalkeeper his marching orders in their 1-1 draw.
"He hasn't touched him," Lowe said.
"He (Sotirio) stepped over him, that's what Liam said. I thought the flippers, goggles and snorkel might have given it away.
"Fair play to the kid, he's trying to get his team to win, you can't fault that.
"It's football but you've got to pick it up, especially when you have another look on the video."
Both sides struggled to create any excitement in front a sparse crowd in Western Sydney - the Wanderers fulfilling their self-imposed active supporter ban - until Reddy's red card meant Dino Djulbic spent the last seven minutes in goal.
The draw leaves Glory in eighth position on 23 points, only one win ahead of the Central Coast Mariners, while Josep Gombau's Wanderers retain their finals spot, two points ahead of seventh placed Brisbane Roar on 27.