Norwich City are now 10 points behind Championship leaders Newcastle United.
Darren Eadie has taken to social networking site Twitter to give his reaction to Norwich City’s defeat to Leeds United on Saturday afternoon.
Norwich’s poor run of form continued, as they went down 3-2 to Leeds at home in the Championship.
Ronaldo Vieira scored in the first minute of injury time to wrap up all three points for the West Yorkshire outfit at Carrow Road.
Former Norwich midfielder Eadie was following the match, and he has expressed his disappointment at the final result on Twitter.
The Canaries, who got relegated from the Premier League at the end of the 2015-16 campaign, are now 10 points behind leaders Newcastle United in fifth place.
Norwich fans have also taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the defeat to Leeds at Carrow Road.
10 points behind Newcastle…..how’d that happen— Darren Eadie (@eadie11) November 5, 2016
@NorwichCityFC sack him now dont care anymore— . (@imHudsonn) November 5, 2016
@NorwichCityFC shocking giving up second half yet again. Alex Neil got the team wrong today and he has to make changes next game!!— Paul Denton (@dentmanncfc) November 5, 2016
@NorwichCityFC If we can’t hold on to a lead let’s at least not lose a point in extra time … again. Disappointing.— Grant William Turner (@grantwturner) November 5, 2016
@NorwichCityFC this is embarrassing, need to change manager now !!!!!! And not leave it to late , if not we will be stuck in this league!!!!— Daniel Broughton (@Dbroughton15) November 5, 2016
@NorwichCityFC time for Delia and the board to go. We need someone who I’ll put some money into the club . Alex Neil isn’t good enough— Truth Teller (@TruthTe70048807) November 5, 2016
Over the course of the 90 minutes at Carrow Road on Saturday afternoon, hosts Norwich had 52% of the possession, took 17 shots of which five were on target, and earned four corners, according to BBC Sport.
Visitors Leeds had 48% of the possession, took 21 shots of which nine were on target, and earned five corners, according to BBC Sport.