Leeds United fans on Twitter have once again taken aim at Andrea Radrizzani after he tweeted about the release of Leeds United’s Amazon Prime documentary.
The Italian posted that he was very proud of the final product and that his ideas have become a reality.
This struck a nerve with a number of supporters who still aren’t happy with what happened at the end of last season.
They then headed into the playoffs where they were defeated over two legs by Derby County.
Many supporters have held a grudge over the lack of spending in the January transfer window, and once again fans have brought this up as a reason for their failure last season.
Shame you couldn’t have invested a bit in January and we could have gone up. Get out of our club – you are not fit to be an owner #RadzOUT
— ⚽️ChatLUFC⚽️ (@ChatLUFC) August 16, 2019
Big,big FAILURE @andrearadri Who wants to see a downfall and very dissapointing end where it all broke down because of your arrogance in the transfer market. The movie could have something if the outcome had been Otherwice. Looks like you guys are doing the same failure again????
— Rune Holthen (@ColdNorwegian) August 15, 2019
A number of fans weren’t happy with the fact that the Italian seemed to be too caught up with the creation of this documentary rather than the task at hand which was getting the Yorkshire club promoted to the Premier League.
Wish your idea was promotion #lufc
— L33D5 UN1T3D (@LeeTate764) August 15, 2019
Things like this is all this man cares about.
— Perko (@stelufc88) August 15, 2019
Again, money was an issue for another section of the fanbase as they complained that Radrizzani hasn’t spent enough to achieve the club’s ambitions.
Can you have an idea to spend some money and get the team promoted?
— Rob H (@official_RobH) August 15, 2019
Pity you don’t invest properly and get a squad capable of promotion #lufc
— CM (@CM0114081723) August 15, 2019