By Harvey Byrne
Leeds fans were left questioning Garry Monk’s decisions on Twitter following the club’s 1-0 defeat at home against Huddersfield on Saturday.
Fans were left mystified as the former Swansea boss left Alex Mowatt and Chris Wood on the pitch for ninety minutes with many believing that the two should have been brought off instead of Hadi Sacko and Marcus Antonsson.
The supporters were also critical of the inexperienced boss’s post-match interview, with many believing that he had watched a completely different game to them.
Fans are growing restless with their new manager after just one league win from their opening six matches and many took to social media to criticise Monk.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
— Chubby Chops Cole (@DAndrewCole) September 10, 2016
— Il Fenicottero (@Harrymyers99) September 10, 2016
— Matthew Beedle (@Matthew_Beedle) September 10, 2016
— James (@JamesHolliday6) September 10, 2016
Questions have got to be asked of Monk's decisions today – sticking with Mowatt at LM? Antonsson and Sacko subbed? No O'Kane? Bizarre #lufc
— Tom Coates (@Tom_C_6) September 10, 2016
The problem is Monk not signing a top defender, not signing a pacey striker and consistently playing Wood and Mowatt #lufc
— Johnny F (@JF_LUFCmod) September 10, 2016
Imagine finishing the game playing 4-4-2, with mowatt LM, and Wood and doukarra up top. It's like Gary monk doesn't want a job… #lufc
— James Hullock (@jameshullock) September 10, 2016
If you make bizarre selections* it has to pay off. It didn’t. So finger has to be pointed at Monk today #lufc (*Mowatt, Phillips, Doukara)
— Matt Foster (@_mattfoster) September 10, 2016
Monk is clueless. Mowatt isn't a winger. Wood is a joke. Swansea rejects not good enough #lufc
— Justin (@JustinSWill) September 10, 2016
My first criticism of Monk – those subs! Mowatt, Wood lasted 90 minutes? #lufc
— Al H (@RevAMol) September 10, 2016
Monk could be on limited time at Elland Road after suffering four defeats in his opening six league matches in charge given owner Massimo Cellino’s history of firing managers.
During the Italian businessman’s three-year tenure, Leeds have sacked six managers.
Leeds supporters are also growing increasingly restless with Cellino as they are eager to see the famous club return to the top flight after a twelve-year absence.
Leeds face bottom of the league Blackburn on Monday at Elland Road and they will see it as a good opportunity to get themselves a victory in their current poor form.
In other Leeds news, Monk has named midfielder Liam Bridcutt as the club’s new captain.