Five things Leeds United will want you to forget about the 2015-16 season

The Elland Road faithful have had to suffer this season.

Leeds United have had an eventful season and ended up finishing in mid-table once again.

There will be plenty of things the club will want you to remember about the season, and plenty they won’t

So here are five things Leeds United want you to forget about 2015-16…

1) Pretty much everything Massimo Cellino did or said

There is little point listing all the good and bad that the Italian has done this season.

He has been a constant source of controversy this season whilst his sons have not done much better.

Pretty much anything to do with Cellino and the general running of the club, Leeds will want you to forget.

2) That Brighton game

Brighton v Leeds, 29th February 2016, 38 minutes in – Brighton 4-0 Leeds United.

It was without doubt the worst half of Leeds’ season and afterward Evans job was cast into doubt.

3) Scott Wootton and Giuseppe Bellusci

The defender is leaving this summer after something of a contract hitch and not many Leeds fans will shed a tear.

He has made several mistakes this season, including a horror own goal against Watford in the FA Cup.

Italian Bellusci has become equally as unpopular for seemingly just doing what he feels like on the football pitch. Not many Leeds fans would be sad to see him go.

The form of last season’s player of the year Alex Mowatt will also want to be forgotten.

4) Sam Byram departure

The manner of Byram’s exit will not want to be remembered. Leeds allowed him into the final year of his deal and ended up selling him to West Ham on the cheap.

Leeds now look like falling into similar problems with Bailey Peacock-Farrell, Charlie Taylor and Lewis Cook.

5) Will Buckley

Liam Bridcutt’s loan spell from Sunderland has been a big hit, but remember Buckley?

Uwe Rosler needed a winger, got the Sunderland man, who played (poorly) on four occasions and was sent back to the North-East after Steve Evans’ arrival.

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