By Harvey Byrne
Leeds supporters have slammed the club’s display against Huddersfield on Twitter after they witnessed their side lose 1-0 at home on Saturday.
Garry Monk’s side suffered their fourth league defeat of the season and also their second consecutive league loss following the 3-1 defeat against Nottingham Forest before the international break.
Huddersfield midfielder Aaron Mooy scored the only goal of the match with a second-half strike to give his side the victory.
Fans of the Elland Road side lambasted their club’s performance on social media with many believing that their side didn’t show any positives over the course of the ninety minutes.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Glad that's over was painful to watch, gutless performance how embarrassing #lufc
— Burny (@Aaronburnside) September 10, 2016
— Matty James (@MattyJamesLUFC) September 10, 2016
Honestly that is the most spineless, pathetic and frankly inept game I have ever seen. Disgusted isn't the word #lufc
— Kirky (@kirky0110) September 10, 2016
It's gonna take some thinking about to pick a more spineless performance than that #lufc
— Andy C (@FooWhiter) September 10, 2016
The #lufc players need to truly realise what club they are representing. Totally inept from 1st to last min. Nobody would take us over
— WAFLL (@WeTrustBMac) September 10, 2016
Tactically inept, like for like subs, no tactica subs, how about changing the formation Monk ?? Giving us some creativity maybe ?? #lufc
— Dave Caird (@djcaird85) September 10, 2016
Another defeat for #LUFC who are back in the relegation zone. Please Mr Cellino – sell the club to the fans. Time for change.
— Bob in Spain (@ExpatTennisFan) September 10, 2016
Leeds reshuffled their backroom staff with Monk joining the club this summer, and the former Swansea boss was allowed to sign 11 senior players in the summer transfer window.
However, after six matches, the Yorkshire giants find themselves placed in the relegation zone in 22nd with four points picked up in the new campaign.
Their only league victory came against Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday, but they’ve been unable to push on from their win with the two defeats against Forest and Huddersfield following.
In other Leeds team news, Monk has named midfielder Liam Bridcutt as the club’s new captain.