Yesterday, manager Brendan Rodgers revealed the extent of his own infuriation
when he announced that he too will be writing to Regan and the rest in a bid to uncover what they were thinking about when they agreed to take this one on.
It's always seen as provocative to use the term Sunday League as an adjective, but seeing crosses wildly overhit, passes telegraphed, timid tackles and other moments of infuriation
, it's hard not to imagine that parks players would receive tuts and headshakes from bystanders.
As Boro's dominance grew, so did the home fans' infuriation
-and Hull's players looked rattled.
and frustration has mounted in recent weeks over the lack of progress in recruitment.
To the infuriation
of the political left, Margaret Thatcher successfully made inroads among working class voters.
He expressed his infuriation
by stating that implementation was not being done upon the constitution of the country, further adding that it was not the first time that the constitution was being violated.
What is cause for additional infuriation
is some Filipinos' superstitious practice of carrying bullets as amulets or anting-anting in their travels despite recent warnings to leave these behind.
There is widespread infuriation
at the slow progress of the inquiry, and there were groans yesterday when Sir John admitted it is unlikely to become public until June or July 2016.
is the constant swapping between decent and believable digital effects, and B-movie, laughably low-budget efforts.
It may be a stroke of genius that the characters themselves are maddening in their own right, leaving readers with a pounding pulse not only from suspense but from infuriation
Disillusionment at a system which cannot provide jobs to its young and educated has now transcended into infuriation
at its helplessness to afford safety to its womenfolk.
Mr Cunningham said: "I very much appreciate the infuriation
of fans of the football club.