Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn has been left disappointed with his side’s defeat to Fulham at Elland Road on Saturday.
Hugo Rodallega’s strike on the hour mark proved to be the difference between the two teams, as the Cottagers bounced back from their 5-0 home loss to Watford last weekend.
The defeat was Leeds’s second in a row following a 4-1 hammering by Ipswich Town away from home last weekend.
It was also Redfearn’s first at Elland Road as the Whites boss, and he was understandably disappointed.
Analysing the match, the Englishman appeared to suggest that Leeds need different players than what they have, claiming that the squad “needs help”.
Redfearn: "We lacked that cutting edge, we looked reluctant to shoot. At the other end, they got in our box too easy." #lufc— Leeds United FC (@LUFC) December 13, 2014
Redfearn says the squad "needs help" - "Sometimes off the bench. If you've got more options you can think about playing differently." #lufc— Leeds United FC (@LUFC) December 13, 2014
Redfearn describes it as a "backwards step" but believes the side are "still in transition" - "Today was way off the mark for me". #lufc— Leeds United FC (@LUFC) December 13, 2014
Saturday’s defeat leaves Leeds 19th in the Championship table with 23 points from 21 matches, just five points above the relegation zone.