Tottenham Hotspur are a little bit of a strange case.
On paper, Spurs have had a tremendous start to the season.
They sold their best player, Gareth Bale, to Real Madrid for €100 million and bought seven top-class players to replace him. They have gotten off to one of their best ever starts to a Premier League campaign with 20 points after 11 games.
They are the Premier League's top scorers in all competitions, leading the way, averaging the most shots on goal per game with 18.7, boasting the second-highest possession rate with 59.3 percent per game and having kept 13 clean sheets from 19 games.
But their fans just aren't happy.
Time and time again this season, they have booed Spurs off the field. Andre Villas-Boas, the Spurs manager, criticised the club's fans for the negative atmosphere at the club before, quite wisely, praising the fans just four days later.
To say that Spurs fans are fickle would be an understatement. Many of them feel AVB's team is not living up to the club's history and expectation of attacking football.
Are there problems at Spurs? Absolutely. Villas-Boas' insistence on the use of inverted wingers is causing huge problems for the strikers and supporting midfielders. It needs to be remedied if Spurs are to be considered as genuine title contenders. However, Spurs are very much a work in progress.
It would be true, therefore, to say that many Spurs fans simply don't know a good thing when they see it.