Thomas Christiansen has told the Yorkshire Evening Post that Leeds United deserved more than they got against Raeding at the weekend, but the Elland Road crowd have disagreed with the manager’s comments.
Leeds were beaten 1-0 by Reading in their latest match, and Christiansen felt his side were unlucky to come away with nothing to show for their efforts.
However, many Leeds supporters feel that Christiansen was being far too positive, as they felt their side’s performances warranted nothing.
New to wake up— Ste orange (@Ste30orange) October 15, 2017
So that’s the ambition? Make them play quicker!— Sam Thompson (@JarrieSam) October 14, 2017
I want a bit of whatever he is on then. Awful performance.— Jonathon Pirie (@PirieJ18) October 14, 2017
Was he watching the spurs game or@something— Mark johno (@yorkieboy1) October 14, 2017
I take it you spat your tea out when he said that? Awful all over the park from minute one. The finger is pointing at TC I'm afraid.— Mark Ledgard (@MrMacca1992) October 14, 2017
Got what we deserved.— LUSC Griffin (@LUSCgriffinLUFC) October 14, 2017
Have to question team selection, repeat failing tactics & the non-existent leadership from the silent skipper. Poor.
He’s in denial— Andy Reid (@hkseal) October 14, 2017
Seen all this before Adam.. How many managers recover after this fall from grace? Can't think of any.. Slow death.. Will be sacked mid Nov.— Andy (@VacantFaith81) October 14, 2017
This is getting a little repetitive— David (@beaglelufc) October 14, 2017
joking aint he !!!— joff miller (@jonathanmille20) October 14, 2017
Leeds were short of their best against Reading, but the match didn’t pass without controversy.
Pablo Hernandez appeared to be fouled in the build up to Reading’s goal, which was scored by former Leeds man Modou Barrow.
Even then Leeds had the chance to claim a point during the contest, but Hernandez fluffed his lines from the penalty spot.
Leeds have now lost their last three matches in succession, with the pressure rising on Christiansen to get his side back to their best.