Sometimes a change needs to be made in order to save a season.
The news that Thomas Christiansen has departed the club leaves me feeling a little downhearted but in whole, their was nothing else the club could do.
Leeds have stuttered on several occasions during this season on what can only be classed as a shock start to the season.
Poor performances since the turn of the year against Birmingham, Nottingham Forest, Burton, Ipswich and the woeful display against Cardiff yesterday sealed his fate.
The wrong tactics, the misjudged formation and in finality a squad that had lost a head coach many weeks ago. Leeds haven’t had the same vibrant energy since September.
Christiansen was not many fans favourite when he joined, but at times I was appreciative of his honest approach and his ability to get the best out of a very average side.
Leeds are now rudderless, manager-less and hopeless in 2018 as they stair even closer to a mid table finish as the weeks go on.
Bit changes are needed at the club and not just in the management. Hopefully our next appointment has the balls to stand up and be counted when it comes to recruitment.
Can anyone turn around a season of such highs and lows? We hope so.
We march on, in what direction we’ll surely tell you in the next few weeks.
By Ryan Ingham