Former QPR manager Neil Warnock has said that he cannot wait for the end of the season after his Leeds United side suffered yet another defeat in the Championship. Leeds United were targeting promotion this season, but after suffering a 2-0 loss at the hands of Derby it looks unlikely that they will finish in the play-offs position.
This is the 10th home defeat of the season for Leeds United and Neil Warnock admitted after the match that he will make a lot of changes in the summer in order to make the team competitive. Neil Warnock arrived at Leeds united after Simon Grayson was sacked in January.
A lot was expected of him, but they have failed to materialise after a poor run of form has seen them reside in the 12th position in the table. They were recently defeated a 2-0 by Reading only a few days ago. Now, Neil Warnock has admitted that the team it was a number of changes both in terms of the players and the tactics designed to accommodate the players. Michael Brown certainly did not help things for Neil Warnock, as he got himself sent off in the 26th minute after a rash challenge, which certainly did not spoil the reputation of the club.
“The end of the season can’t come quickly enough. I said to (Derby manager) Nigel Clough at the end, ‘Enjoy this, Nigel, because you’ll never see another Leeds United team or a Neil Warnock team like this’. We had a lot of players playing today that know they won’t be here next season. We’ve not got enough Leeds United-type players,” the veteran manager said after the 2-0 defeat at the hands of Derby.
Leeds United followed up this defeat with yet another 1-0 loss at the hands of Blackpool on Tuesday night, and we wouldn’t be sticking a football bet on them breaking the streak any time soon