Well, at least one former Leeds legend is impressed with Christiansen.
“You can’t keep changing. I think that Thomas has got good ideas."— YEP Sport (@YEPSportsdesk) November 10, 2017
Club legend Eddie Gray urges #Leeds to stick by under-fire coach Christiansenhttps://t.co/IwL2HI6PBx #lufc #MOT #Twitterwhites pic.twitter.com/1s213JV3n3
Eddie Gray told the Yorkshire Evening Post that he likes TC and wants him to stay, saying,
The season started well but I think they are suffering from a lack of confidence just now.
They have had a few defeats and you can see when they go a goal down that they get a little bit frustrated and I think a little bit of frustration is creeping in as well with things not going right for them
I think the players are capable of hanging in there but whether they are capable of hanging in there with the top teams remains to be seen.
As jumpy as everyone is right now with the loss of form in the team, sacking TC now would be a bit premature, and honestly, Cellino did that all the time, and where exactly did that get Leeds?
Also, with the international break, seriously, go out and support a local Non-League side if you can. Can’t beat the prices, and you’ll be helping to support community football in West Yorkshire.
On to the links.
Leeds United Links
England and English football Links
Local Non-League side Garforth Town take on Bridlington Town. [Through It All Together]
Local Non-League side Guiseley take on Bromley FC. [Through It All Together]
World Football Links
Patrice Evra is banned for seven months by UEFA and was released by Marseille. [BBC.com]
English manager Graham Potter has led Swedish minnows Osterunds through three promotions and a victory in the Swedish Cup. [BBC.com]
A survey of the candidates for the President of US Soccer. [Howler]