Former Crystal Palace and Millwall manager Ian Holloway has criticised Leeds United chairman Massimo Cellino on the Sky Sports FL72 Podcast.
"For me, Cellino has got no chance," said Holloway. "You can’t keep changing your mind like he does and be successful.
"I am sorry, you can’t. I feel sorry for the Leeds fans. You can’t change with the wind. It is useless."
"I hope so (that he sells the club) for Leeds United fans," added the Englishman. "He is letting all the supporters down."
Cellino has been the Leeds owner since April 2014, but his time at Elland Road has been riddled with controversies.
The Italian entrepreneur has shown that he does not have patience with his head coaches and has fired them quite frequently.
The former Cagliari owner has put Leeds up for sale, as he has realised that the fans do not want him anymore.
While Cellino does have passion for the Whites and cares for the club, the problem is that many of his decisions have not been right.
Leeds are 17th in the Championship table at the moment with 16 points from 15 matches, just six points above the relegation zone.
The Whites, who defeated Cardiff City 1-0 at Elland Road on Tuesday evening, will take on Huddersfield Town away from home on Saturday afternoon.