Gutierrez has to break free from FPP
Has Jonas Gutierrez finally broken free from Final Product Phobia?
It might have been a long time in coming but finally Jonas Gutierrez was able to "celebrate" his first ever Newcastle United goal.
However, after scoring his maiden competitive strike for the Magpies with a goal that Diego Maradona would have been delighted with, the South American didn't produce his Spiderman mask and his face looked more like a slapped backside.
Afterwards it emerged that Jonas was upset with being linked to Serie A giants Roma and in protest he chose not to celebrate the goal - but there are deeper concerns from Toon fans.
Yet celebrations aside, Jonas' long wait for a goal was long overdue.
Haunted by the words "final" and "product", many Toon fans have often wondered exactly what Jonas does bring to the table.
His goal against Posh goes with two assists at Crystal Palace and his mere three assists last season in the disastrous Premier League campaign tell us a story.
So what should a creative player be chipping in with in terms of assists?
Well Ryan Giggs has created five goals and scored one for Man United this season.
Mr Creativity himself is Frank Lampard with six assists and four goals in 11 games for Chelsea and even a player at Newcastle who was also a victim of Final Product Phobia in James Milner has shone for Villa this term with five assists and two goals.
OK, OK we're not in the Premier League at the moment, we're on loan to the Championship!
But the benchmark at second tier level has already been set by Wayne Routledge with eight assists and two strikes for QPR as the second divisions best playmaker so far.
Chris Burke and of Cardiff and Graham Dorrans of West Brom have six apiece.
Then our own Danny Guthrie - recently axed by Chris Hughton - is up there with five plus his two goals in league and cup while Kevin Nolan, Nile Ranger and Ryan Taylor have all weighed in with three each thus far.
There's no doubt that watching Jonas gets bums off seats in the way that Ginola, Asprilla or Keith Gillespie did once upon a time.
But when it comes to down to the nitty gritty of life, it's football's stattos who will suggest that Jonas is not perhaps as effective as he should be.
Should Jonas be producing more?