Leeds United are currently in 13th place in the Championship table.
Jeff Stelling has criticised Leeds United’s season, during an interview with Radio Yorkshire earlier today.
Stelling went viral when he reviewed Aston Villa’s disastrous campaign live on Sky Sports Soccer Saturday last weekend.
And when the presenter was asked to give his opinion on Leeds season in a similar style, he took a equally damning view.
“Too many managers, too little money invested, too few wins at home in particular and the review should be, stick with Steve Evans,” Stelling said.
Leeds started the campaign with Uwe Rosler in charge, but they parted company with the German after a poor start to the season.
Evans has been in charge ever since, but the 53-year-old manager has not been able to help the Whites move out of mid-table.
Leeds are currently in 13th place in the Championship table - clear of relegation, but some way back from the play off spaces.
Evans has promised Leeds supporters that if he is backed with funds he will mount a promotion push next season, though.
The former Rotherham United boss believes he can get Leeds challenging for a play off spot, and has promised to walk away if his side are not threatening to make a return to the Premier League next term.