Leeds United fans feel the club were right to sell former striker Ross McCormack to Fulham.
A Twitter polled aimed at Leeds United fans has produced some interesting results in relation to a former striker of the club; Ross McCormack.
McCormack was sold to Fulham in a deal worth a collective £11 million in the summer and LUFC Polls asked Leeds fans to state whether they were happy they moved on the Scottish international.
The positivity created by the temporary Neil Redfearn era seems to have taken hold because with Leeds on the up and Fulham bottom of the Championship, also without a permanent manager, Leeds fans believe the side made the right choice.
At the time of writing, roughly three quarters of Leeds fans have suggested the club were right to sell McCormack with roughly a quarter suggesting the Whites should have kept the centre forward.
Leeds have since moved on and made several signings over the course of the summer with the likes of Brian Montenegro and Dario Del Fabro still to make their first Championship starts for the club up front.
Leeds fans are one of the best groups of supporters in the country and will always cheer on individuals representing their club but in the case of McCormack, no one is bigger than the club and the fans think the club got it right.