If adversity builds character, then the school of life will soon be ready to hand out a 12-talk to the German goalkeeper Loris Karius.
Since the infamous Champions League final in the summer, where Liverpool lost to Real Madrid after two ugly drop of the goalkeeper, is the football life is not just been more fun for Karius.
A two-year låneophold with the Turkish team Besiktas should have been to rebuild his career and self-esteem of the 25-year-old keeper, but so far the big successes in Turkey failed to appear.
Although it has been to plenty of playing time, so has the performance between the rods at the BJK Vodafone Park has been far from flashy. Most recently, he was booed by own fans after a drop in Sunday's match against Konyaspor, and after the fight he had to stand model for a solid round of criticism from the Besiktas coach, Senol Gunes.
And the challenges of grønsværen is obviously not the only one who Karius struggling with in Istanbul.
The financially-pressed team according to Goal not paid goalkeeper salaries for the past four months, a total amount of more than a million euros, and it has now been Karius to ask FIFA for help.
Besiktas according to the article received an inquiry from FIFA, where they have been invited to get a handle on the lack of salary payments. But the club has not responded to the request within the response deadline, which is 10 days, and therefore they can now be the target of sanctions from the fodboldforbundet.
In the worst case can the club get stripped of points in the league or risk being excluded from the Europa League.
If it comes so far, is now up Besiktas.
Loris Karius has played 26 matches for the Istanbul club this season, but has only managed to keep a clean sheet five times.
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