Leeds United fans on Twitter are split in their views on how the club is run.
Influential fan account @LUFC_HQ1 posted a tweet criticising the higher-ups at Elland Road. They stated that the owner’s unwillingness to spend may cost the Whites a shot at promotion.
This sentiment was echoed by a few more supporters who stated that they feel it is a ‘disgrace’ while another lambasted the decision to sell Pontus Jansson.
However, not every fan was on board with what was being said about Andrea Radrizzani.
With the Yorkshire club seemingly cutting it fine with FFP, certain members of the fanbase stated that the club was in fact being run well and the owners were putting all they can into it to make them successful.
One Twitter user claimed that the club is in the best state it has been in for years, while another pointed towards Bolton and Bury as examples of poor ownership.
Here’s what the Elland Road faithful have been saying on Twitter…
Best state the club has been in years and the ownership still won’t put their hand in their pocket to ensure promotion. Same old, same old… #LUFC
— Leeds United HQ (@LUFC_HQ1) July 29, 2019
Putting your hand in your pocket does not “ensure” promotion… have a day off will ya! Best state the clubs been in for years… that’s where your post should’ve ended. Without this ownership we would probably have had Steve Bruce or Tony Pullis in charge by now. Calm down! ????
— Chris Colley (@Collzinho09) July 29, 2019
Uneducated yawn of a post.. the club are overspending to push promotion, if you can’t see this, your blind, 15m for costa, Harrison, white, one of the best managers in the world and his coaching team, you need to understand the losses, lack of parachute payments & ffp too
— Paul Matt (@paul_matt_) July 30, 2019
Not being able to score and letting in daft goals cost us promotion last season. Our solution – sell your international defender and do nothing else.
I can’t get my head round it.
— sean greene (@seangreeneLUFC) July 30, 2019
It’s a disgrace
— Michael Doyle (@doylersofficial) July 30, 2019
Do you want to see us turn in to Bury or Bolton by spending money we haven’t got? Did Sheffield United spend loads of money to go up? No.
— Lewis Spedding (@ElSpedds) July 30, 2019