Leeds United owner says club will be back.
Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani has vowed the club will be back stronger.
Leeds crashed out of the play-offs in midweek, losing 4-2 at home to Derby County, 4-3 on aggregate.
It brought an end to a promising season, where at one stage Leeds looked strong enough to win automatic promotion.
Radrizzani says he has not stopped believing in the club's potential.
We don’t stop to believe! We work harder to build a modern and successful club #MOT thank for the amazing support to to the fans and thank to players, coaches, management and everyone involved at the club for the commitment shown all season we will be back stronger pic.twitter.com/oJdpA5Ye7D— Andrea Radrizzani (@andrearadri) May 17, 2019
There are currently questions whether manager Marcelo Bielsa will remain as manager, although it is expected he will continue his role.
Leeds finished the season in third place in the Championship, a huge improvement on their mid-table finish last season.
The Whites must do their best to keep the nucleus of the team intact and spend wisely this summer to make a renewed push.
Having come so close, now is not the time to give up, and Radrizzani's message is encouraging.
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