Leeds United lost 3-0 to Wolverhampton Wanderers on Wednesday night, and owner Andrea Radrizzani wasn't particularly happy after the final whistle.
The Whites had lost 3-0 to Middlesbrough last time out and were looking for a response at Elland Road, but ended up losing by the same scoreline.
Romain Saiss and Willy Boly scored from first-half corners to put Wolves 2-0 up at the break, before Benik Afobe broke away to make it 3-0 after the break, lobbing goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell.
It's now seven defeats in 12 games for Leeds, who have won just once in 2018, as new manager Paul Heckingbottom has yet to have the desired impact.
There are a number of factors to take into consideration as Leeds face another season sat in mid-table, but owner Radrizzani was far from happy with what he perceived as an unfair and unequal league.
Radrizzani took to Twitter after Wednesday's final whistle to suggest that Wolves are handed favours from Europe's biggest clubs – such as Atletico Madrid, Monaco and Porto – to help them sign the likes of Boly, Diogo Jota, Ruben Neves and Ivan Cavaleiro, amongst others.
Wolves fans unsurprisingly didn't take well to Radrizzani's comments, and the Italian has returned to Twitter this evening to post another message, suggesting that he has full respect for Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo, but he remains adamant that a debate needs to opened over the use of agencies in the league, with Jorge Mendes immensely influential at Molineux.
I am disappointed as all our fans for our recent results but I would like to clarify here my opinion about last nights tweets which create a lot of criticism. Our performances and the request of clarification on these matter are totally different issues pic.twitter.com/qnlYa2z1sm— Andrea Radrizzani (@andrearadri) March 8, 2018
However, Leeds fans don't necessarily agree with Radrizzani, and called on him to place the blame at the door of director of football Victor Orta, suggesting that Radrizzani ultimately needs to back manager Heckingbottom with what he needs this summer rather than spend too much time focusing on Premier League-bound Wolves.
I fully understand the point you are making but it’s no excuse for the certain signings that Victor Orta as made which are dross.— LEEDS UTD MEMORIES (@LUFCHistory) March 8, 2018
We need to go back to basics.
Director Of Football is not required at #lufc let the manager sign his own players & let go the ones he doesn’t require!
Maybe you should have gone about it in this manner, rather than a stroppy tweet after our team got embarrassed once again in front of a huge TV audience. Only you can put this right and make this club successful again!— Matthew Pickford (@TheRealPickers) March 8, 2018
There’s always going to be teams with more money than others, more resources than others and more revenue than others etc. it’s never going to be completely fair however you are at a HUGE Club with potential to grow into a real force again. That should be your focus. Not fairness— Matt James (@MattJLufc) March 8, 2018
Radz... we really don't care about Wolves. Forget them, they won't be in the division next year. We care about US. As it stands we are actually abysmal. Listen to Hecky and give him everything he needs this summer.— Brandon Yates (@BrandonYatess) March 8, 2018
Andrea, all we ask for is for you to hold your hands up and say you’ve made some bad decisions regarding recruitment and that this summer the club will have learnt its lesson and will do what’s needed to compete next season #keepthefaith #alaw— robbo (@robbolufc) March 8, 2018
We would be equal as well if you actually spent money on players that are good enough for this league like wolves have. you spout on to us about wanting to be in the premier league,Put your MONEY where your MOUTH is and get some PROPER first team players,MONEY TALKS! MOT— Karl (@karlsykes41) March 8, 2018