Leeds flops targeted with ‘what the f***ing hell was that’ chant from own fans

Leeds United’s hapless players didn’t know where to look as they were barracked by their own fans following another heavy defeat.

After losing 5-1 and 6-1 at home to Crystal Palace and Liverpool respectively, Leeds managed to stem the tide with a 2-1 loss at Fulham followed by a 1-1 draw with relegation rivals Leicester City.

However, their hopes of beating the drop were dealt another devastating blow as they were humbled 4-1 at Bournemouth, who are now safe having flirted with the bottom three themselves. At the end of the match, Leeds’ passionate travelling fans made their feelings clear, chanting: “What the f****** hell was that.”

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Phil Hay of The Athletic tweeted: “Chants of 'what the f****** hell was that?' towards the players at the end. Most of them are stood looking at the away end, no idea how to react, apart from to soak it up.”

Hay added: “Chants against the board and [sporting director Victor] Orta too. Huge frustration.”

Despite the loss, Leeds remain outside the relegation zone, albeit by just one point, and will be paying close attention to Monday’s showdown between third-bottom Leicester and second-bottom Everton.

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However, some Leeds fans are already seem resigned to the drop, bemoaning the players' lack of fight. One said: “Not a single player looks like they care. [Javi] Garcia looks like he hasn't got a clue. All stemming from a board who recruited poorly and sacked Marsch too late.”

A second added: “Whatever happened at HT against Palace [with score 1-1] has absolutely killed us! So far away from the togetherness we had under [Marcelo] Bielsa.

Another fumed: “Gracia needs to go! He is out of his depth and has absolutely lost the dressing room! Those players are broke!”

A fourth pointed out: “Bielsa was sacked after conceding 20 goals in one month. Where's the same treatment for Javi? Great defensive manager my arse. That's relegation confirmed though for me. I'm not too bothered, just disappointed. There was lots of potential at Leeds but everything has crashed down.”


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