Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew wants national team managers to keep him up to date with the news of his players when on international duty.
Two of the Magpies' key players, Tim Krul and Fabricio Coloccini, have returned from international duty with injuries and are set to miss their Premier League clash at Everton on Monday.
Goalkeeper Krul damaged an elbow in training with the Netherlands squad and is likely to be out for three matches, while Coloccini endured a hamstring injury with Argentina.
Pardew is far from pleased with the latest turn of events.
"We lost [Shane] Ferguson injured on international duty; we have lost Coloccini twice now injured on international duty and we have lost Tim injured on international duty when he trained after the game, which we were disappointed about, if I am honest," he said.
"Therefore, we have put in a procedure now that we want all international sides to inform us what the players are doing, and exactly what they are doing.
"With the technology we have today, GPS and everything else, we want a report back and to know what they are doing because we are handing these players over, to an extent on our pay, so we want to make sure they are looked after."
Newcastle have picked up four points from three league matches so far.