By Dominic Toner
Vinnie Jones has claimed that there will still be more twists and turns during Leeds’ pursuit of the play-off spots.
The Whites are currently seventh-placed in the Championship and have just two games remaining to force their way into the top-six places.
They are three points adrift of sixth-placed Fulham, while Huddersfield and Sheffield Wednesday are five points above them.
Garry Monk’s side are going to need a favour from elsewhere to make the end of season play-offs and to win their remaining games against Norwich and Wigan.
Ex-Leeds midfielder Jones still expects a twist in the promotion race this season.
“There’s always twists and turns,” Jones said, as quoted by the Yorkshire Evening Post. “I still think there’s going to be more twists and turns. Nothing’s sorted out yet, by a long way. Two or three games is a lot in the Championship run-in.”
Leeds have been expected to finish in the play-offs throughout most of the season, but a late capitulation has cost them dearly.
The Yorkshire club have lost four of their last six games and suffered a crushing 2-1 away defeat to Burton in their last match.
They have had a blip at the worst time of the season, while the likes of Fulham and Sheffield Wednesday have found their best form.
Monk’s first season at Elland Road has certainly been a successful one and he has given renewed belief of a return to the Premier League, but to miss out on a play-offs will be a massive disappointment after getting into pole position.
In other Leeds news, they are in danger of losing their senior ace if they fail to get promoted.