Date: 30th December 2019 at 7:00pm
Written by: Mark Day

This guy really can’t catch a break can he?

I know that I might be one of the few people that’s actually on his side, so maybe I’m clawing desperately at something to hold onto when it comes to Pep Clotet, but I do think that a game like yesterday really should just go down as ‘one of those games’, and not something that should be held against him too much.

However, there is a large portion of the fanbase that are using the fact the team conceded five goals, rather than scoring four against one of the better defences in the division, as ‘the last straw’ for getting rid of the Spaniard. So when Clotet spoke in the aftermath of the defeat, praising the side’s ‘determination and resilience’ for coming back so many times against such a good team, fans weren’t willing to listen to what he had to say.

Are you looking at the Leeds game with a glass half...

Full?

Full?

Empty?

Empty?

Do you think it’s the manner of the result that got fans so worked up? Would they be feeling the same way if it was a slender 1-0 defeat rather than a bonkers 5-4? Would that have made things better in their eyes?

 
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