By Danny Wright

19th Oct, 2017 | 6:57pm

'He isn't bothered anymore' - Leeds fans urge Christiansen to axe attacker v Bristol City

By Danny Wright

Leeds United fans have taken to Twitter to urge Thomas Christiansen to axe Pablo Hernandez from his starting line-up to play against Bristol City on Saturday.

Hernandez, 32, has been ever-present for the Whites this term, starting 11 of their 12 Championship fixtures, however supporters now think it’s time for him to be taken out of the side after a poor run of form.

The Spanish attacker missed a last-gasp penalty in the 1-0 loss against Reading last weekend, which could have earned Leeds a point and potentially spark a revival after a rotten run of results which has seen them fall from the top of the league standings.

That missed spot-kick appears to have been the last straw with most fans, who feel Christiansen must look at other options in his side to take on Bristol City at Ashton Gate this weekend.

Here is a selection of their tweets:

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Hernandez has made 13 appearances across all competitions this season, scoring two goals in the process and supplying three assists.

His lack of form may be down to the fact that his position has been switched around on numerous occasions by Christiansen, with him occupying roles as a No 10 behind the striker as well as on both wings.

In other Leeds United news, this Whites recruitment expert has confirmed that he has left the club for a Premier League giant.

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