Leeds United have played 990 minutes of Championship football this season and Jack Harrison has been on the pitch for 867 of them.
The Manchester City loanee has started all eleven league games under Marcelo Bielsa this season and after his performance in Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Millwall, United fans are asking why.
Harrison, who had a £20 million price-tag slapped on him by City this past summer [The Sun], hasn't scored since the opening day of the season.
It was more of the same from the 22-year-old yesterday - plenty of running, plenty of occasions when he got into good areas, but the final ball invariably lets him down in what is swiftly becoming the story of his two seasons at Leeds.
For whatever reason, though, Bielsa seems to be a big fan, but Whites supporters have implored their esteemed coach to bench him after the international break.
Here's how they reacted to Harrison's display at The Den:
That's enough Jack Harrison for me. Tried and tried to support the lad but he just let's us down time and time again— James (@J_4710) October 5, 2019
Bielsa cannot persist with Jack Harrison! He is a good squad player but we have much better in the squad— ⚪️⚪️LuFc_MoT⚪️⚪️ (@LuFc___MoT) October 5, 2019
Can someone translate to Bielsa that Jack Harrison has no final ball.... Decent delivery to Douglas at the end and we'd have been level— Jamie Abbott (@Jamie_A01) October 5, 2019
referee’s and jack Harrison ruining my Saturdays seem to be happening quite frequently— jordan (@jordanramnauth) October 5, 2019
Jack Harrison with a bad cross, never, no chance, never seen that before https://t.co/BDOQSm3G7D— JD (@Dunstan9_) October 5, 2019
Harrison is absolutely appalling - needs dropping #RexOUT— ⚽️ChatLUFC⚽️ (@ChatLUFC) October 5, 2019
No idea how Harrison just keeps on starting, been nowhere near good enough. Just feeling pessimistic :(— James Pearson (@JamesPearson25) October 5, 2019
Jack Harrison is brilliant until the final ball; not converting possession and chances into goals is costing us— Martin Eggett (@MartinEggett) October 5, 2019
You'll never achieve automatic promotion from this league with Alioski and Harrison in your starting 11! #lufc— Adam Room (@AdamRoom17) October 5, 2019
It’s time to change things up. Start Eddie, drop Harrison - can do no worse. #RexOut— ⚽️ChatLUFC⚽️ (@ChatLUFC) October 5, 2019
In defence of Harrison, he did set up Ezgjan Alioski 15 seconds after the restart as Leeds halved the deficit, but it was his first assist of the season and didn't really build on it.
United, who had 10 men for most of the game due to Gaetano Berardi's controversial red card, slipped to fifth in the Championship as a result of the defeat, but only two points separate them and West Brom at the summit.
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