Another disappointing performance from Steve Evans’ Leeds United, a 1-0 defeat away to QPR. Leeds had one shot on target all game which simply isn’t good enough for a Leeds United team. Evans wasn’t shying away from another inept performance from his squad.
Evans: “At this minute the players don’t befit the supporters – in totality, not in terms of individuals. We’ve got gifted individuals.
“It’s the loudest I’ve been, the angriest I’ve been. There’s a responsibility of playing properly for Leeds United.
“You don’t work five days a week on passing and moving and then watch them put it in the air. We can’t wait until the last 10 minutes to get the ball down, pass it, have some urgency and play the way we should.”
When asked about the fans reaction at the end of the game, Evans said: “They’re entitled to not pull any punches. It’s a disappointing day. Players have let themselves down and the supporters.
“If there’d been 6,000 tickets here we’d have sold 6,000. That’s who they’ve let down.”
Despite the defeat, Evans still believes he is the right man for the job, but doesn’t feel his squad is good enough for a top 10 finish. “When I get opportunity to get my toolbox sorted out, I’ll be more than alright for them (the fans).
“Rosler was targeting top 10. I’m not too sure that’ll be happening. I need to get some tools in my toolbox to make it happen.”