Leeds chief Radrizanni told to stay in the stands and 'be quiet' after Sky outburst - pundit
Kevin Campbell admits he wasn’t a fan of Leeds chairman Andrea Radrizzani speaking after the club’s loss to Liverpool.
The Arsenal icon, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, reacted as the club chief laid out his vision for the future.
Speaking after Sunday’s game, Radrizzani told Sky Sports he wants the club to be playing in Europe in “two or three” years.
This came moments after Liverpool had put three past Leeds as their winless start to the season continued.
The Whites have also conceded 11 goals in the Premier League with only Newcastle conceding more.
Campbell admitted he wasn’t a fan of the interview and told Radrizanni to stay in the stands.
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“It’s not the norm is it?” Campbell told Football Insider assistant editor Dylan Childs.
“Having chairmen come down and do interviews. Maybe he felt he had to come and say his piece.
“It hasn’t been the greatest start for Leeds this season, they went down to 10 against Liverpool and were just picked off.
“I’m happy for the chairman to stay up there and be quiet if I’m totally honest.
“He’s put his money in and if he feels he has to say his piece then fair enough.”
Leeds face Newcastle on Friday evening with both clubs looking to pick up a first league win of the season.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side won both games against the Magpies last season including a 5-2 mauling at Elland Road.