Lukaku's tweet also went down badly
with some of his United teammates.
Preston's mauling went down badly
with a handful of their fans.
Martinez's decision went down badly
. He has previously been videoed talking about how he could never make the transfer to Athletic and Sociedad hit back with a tweet offering supporters the opportunity to swap old Martinez shirts under the words "already history".
The temporary switch to the Scottish Premiership came as a surprise and went down badly
with Canaries fans.
But the exchange went down badly
with some of the 26-year-old Swedish blogger's fans, who first shot to fame for his gaming videos.
This went down badly
because it turns out, as the President himself revealed, among the scenarios hatched by the Abus as they seek to align with the extremist Islamic State (IS) included the kidnapping of the his own sister Kris, a mega television personality, and world boxing champion and the people's sports hero Manny Pacquiao.
The lack of high-profile jobs for women went down badly
with many MPs, the commentators said.(end) he.ag
His appointment of Peter Moores as head coach has also had its critics, while the decision to back Alastair Cook as one-day captain before ditching him on the eve of the World Cup also went down badly
. New chief executive Tom Harrison has abolished Downton's job description and will replace it with the slightly reworded 'director of England cricket'.
Erdogan's 2011 remarks about the imposing statue - entitled Humanity Monument and perched on a hill above the eastern city of Kars - went down badly
with its creator Mehmet Aksoy, who launched legal proceedings against him.
The witness has told me that the Southwark vetting process ended with a refusal which went down badly
The family fled Iran during the Islamic Revolution after a satirical poem he wrote went down badly
with the new regime, and for a while there were threats against his life in the UK.
Villas-Boas himself said that the City loss ought to have provoked shame in the players, which went down badly
in the dressing room.
Needless to say that went down badly
in Downing Street with the prime minister's spokesman insisting there was an issue and declaring: "The European Commission isn't in charge of our immigration policy."
That went down badly
not just in the local town but at the top, where leader Ed Miliband spotted the potential for upset from yet another parachute and made clear to senior local types he would not allow it.
The news went down badly
in Denbighshire with residents getting in touch with the Daily Post over the closure of the Rhyl office, which was also the drop off point for Treats for Troops boxes.