Leeds United fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to Charlie Taylor’s performance against Queens Park Rangers away from home on Sunday afternoon.
Taylor, who can play as a left-back or as a left-winger, featured for Leeds in the Championship game against QPR at Loftus Road in London.
The 22-year-old started the match and played for the entire 90 minutes, as Leeds suffered a 3-0 defeat.
As the Opta Stats below show, Taylor had a very disappointing game for the West Yorkshire outfit.
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The Championship club announced on their official website last week that they have rejected a transfer request from the youngster.
According to a recent report in The Mirror, Premier League club West Ham United could turn their attention to Taylor as they are looking for a left-back.
Leeds fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to Taylor’s performance against QPR on Sunday.
Below are some of the best comments:
must say that was a very bad opener. Taylor head has been turned. Midfield was terrible. Bamba worst ever seen him. Lots to work on. #lufc— AJ Parsons (@ajeparsons12) August 7, 2016
Whites (@Tomv321) August 7, 2016
If Taylor dosnt see his future with us,he should not b picked!!we are not his shop window.from top to bottom #lufc needs to demand respect !— Wayne O'Sullivan (@OSullivanWayne) August 7, 2016
Too much wrong today. Taylor lacked heart, Green was v poor. Grimes - why was he playing. QPR should have been down to 10 men. #LUFC— Darren Buxton (@BuxtonDC13) August 7, 2016
They out-pressed us in first half and shut Taylor down for full 90. Done their homework. #lufc— Prokyp (@Prokyp) August 7, 2016
I thought Monk said Taylor was still professional, not convinced after that. Hearts not in it. Coyle only one worth any praise. #lufc— Tom Salmon (@TomSalmon_) August 7, 2016
Naive team selection! Nothing in midfield. No wonder Taylor wants out #lufc— Michael corrigan (@Michaelcorrig19) August 7, 2016
#lufc the task facing Monk is getting rid of those going through the motions..that's 85% imo...that performance was inept.get rid of Taylor— andy owen (@andyowenx) August 7, 2016
I like Taylor but the kid clearly doesn't wanna be here anymore. Let him move on #lufc— Matt (@MWJS82) August 7, 2016
Leeds United's Charlie Taylor