A Leeds fan fears for his clubs Premier League status if Marcelo Bielsa remains in charge of the topsy-turvy Whites.
The Yorkshire giants are 14th in the top-flight right now, seven points clear of the relegation zone after 14 games.
Bielsas side have wowed football followers with their style of play, always desiring to attack even when they come up against stronger opponents – such as Manchester United, who beat Leeds 6-2 on Sunday.
Bielsa is adored by most Leeds fans
Leeds had a whopping 17 attempts on David de Geas goal, but missed a host of chances and were undone by Uniteds quality going forward.
Bielsa is beloved by most Leeds fans having ended their 16-year Premier League exile last season, but Whites supporter Danny insists his time should be up.
He told Darren Bents Boot Room on talkSPORT: Weve got a lot of issues. There are teams worse off than us. The sad thing with us is there is just so much potential, but there is plan A, plan A or plan A.
We cant defend set-pieces, we cant finish; [Patrick] Bamford has scored the goals, but how many chances does this man need to have in front of him before he can actually finish?
People will say, ‘Bamford, hes scored so many goals this season’, but he misses about five chances before he scores the first one! We dont have enough quality in depth.
Despite scoring nine goals in 14 Premier League games this season, Leeds fan Danny is not impressed by Bamford
I feel if we leave Bielsa in charge were going to go down playing this style of football. We cant go down. It took us 16 years to get back into the Premier League.
We cannot afford to go down. Ive seen managers sacked for less. I called for this after we got hammered the other week.
Don’t get me wrong, we had a good win last week, but Newcastle are not exactly a world-beating team, are they? I think its time for him to go.
After seeing Sam Allardyce return to management with West Brom last week, Danny would like to see former Liverpool and Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez replace Bielsa at Elland Road.
He added: There are other managers out there who could stabilise the team, sort the defence out.
Mateusz Klick says despite Leeds and Bielsa’s early season plaudits, their objective is still to remain in the Premier League
This wasnt even a good United team, its one of the worst United teams weve seen since the [Sir Alex] Ferguson days.
There have been some bad teams but this is by no means a good team. Arsenal, one of the worst teams at the moment, came to Old Trafford and managed to scrape a 1-0 [win]… we were six down!
“Its just a joke. Thanks for the memories, Marcelo, but I think its time for a change. Id try to get Rafa in or someone like that. Weve missed out on Big Sam.
Former Tottenham striker Freddie Kanoute is adamant any fan cant love football if they want Bielsa sacked.
He tweeted: Cant believe you really love football if you wish to replace Bielsa by (with all due respect) one of those old-school-cagey-boring coaches.
cant believe you really love football if you wish to replace Bielsa by (with all due respect) one of those old-school-cagey-boring coaches
— Fred Oumar KANOUTÉ (@FredericKanoute) December 21, 2020