It can’t just be me that’s starting to get that feeling can it?
January has kicked into gear and all of a sudden, just like last year, the results are starting to go against us. With just one win in the last six league games, it really is starting to feel a lot like déjà vu.
Now the question is, whether or not those in the boardroom are getting that feeling as well, and whether or not they are going to act upon it in the January transfer window. It was the window last year, and the failure to properly invest that played a big part in Leeds not going up last campaign, and following the defeat to Sheffield Wednesday, there were a large number of Leeds fans who felt that it could do the same this season.
They used the defeat to the Owls to send a message to the board that investment in January could really be the making or breaking of the team this year.
Hopefully we can do some business soon and get up…..
— Carlos A Browne 🏴 🇫🇮 🇬🇧 (@Carlbro58035036) January 11, 2020
Sign someone decent
— Adam Green (@AdamGreen0823) January 11, 2020
Sorry, but we can’t afford to keep missing our chances created. We need a real finisher in asap; before it’s too late #MOT
— Kagey (@K8G5B) January 11, 2020
Looked bang average today, we need a goal scorer pure and simple! To many chances going begging!! mot⚽️
— Carlos (@SteedOfSteel) January 11, 2020
Hint Hint Hint……Transfer window open for another 19 days 🙏🙏
— Mark Devaney 💙💛 (@markwd1) January 11, 2020
Our owners are not smart are they, we’ve known since last season if you don’t have a striker scoring goals you’re not winning matches are you, has it sunk in yet dumbos need to pull there finger out & get a striker.
— Rjoeh (@Rjoeh2) January 11, 2020
Invest or a repeat of last season is on the cards.
— Andrew Ibbotson (@AIbbotson) January 11, 2020
Sign a striker or we don’t go up, stay in the Championship, lose half the team and Bielsa. That’s it in a nutshell.
— Freddie Scovell Esq. (@FreddieScovell) January 11, 2020
Will we live to regret not giving Nketiah more minutes
And with just under three weeks of the window to go, it’ll be interesting to see if the board pay any attention to the fan’s pleas.