Leeds United fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to recent comments from Thomas Christiansen on Tyler Roberts.
The West Yorkshire outfit signed Roberts from Premier League club West Bromwich Albion on January transfer deadline day.
According to The Express, Leeds had to pay West Brom a transfer fee of £2.5 million in order to secure the services of the 19-year-old, who can operate as a striker or a winger.
Leeds fans were probably expecting the Wales Under-21 international to feature this weekend, but head coach Christiansen has stated that the teenager will not be part of the Championship game against Cardiff City at Elland Road on Saturday afternoon.
"No, no not for this game,” Christiansen told Leeds Live when asked if Roberts will go straight into the first team.
"Well, next week he will start,” added the Leeds head coach.
Leeds fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to Christiansen’s comments about Roberts.
When was the last time we signed a player without a knock Adam?— Tom Rafferty (@Thomas_Rafferty) 2 February 2018
Getting very boring now— Warren Shepherd (@Shepherd7Warren) 2 February 2018
Absolute disgrace Adam. Fed up of signing players who we send out on loan, are for 'the future' when at this rate all our decent players will go - or are bloody injured. Who the hell is leading this arm? Orta??? Farce!!— Adam (@adzrobins73) 2 February 2018
Well hope TC s contract said no top 6 no stay at club— peter verelst (@uligan1) 2 February 2018
FFS ! Ridiculous.— Richard Walker (@richleedsuk) February 2, 2018
We should not need to pay someone like Orta,the manager should pick who HE wants!how can we get injured pkayers all the time?very odd to me....— Laurent Tironneau (@FrenchieLUFC) February 2, 2018
Embarrassing— josh wood (@josh04678858) February 2, 2018
Leeds are outside the Championship playoffs at the moment, but the West Yorkshire outfit are very much in the running for a top-six finish in the league this season and will be determined to win against Cardiff at Elland Road on Saturday afternoon.