By Daniel Feliciano

23rd Oct, 2022 | 4:20pm

Leeds United fans chant 'sack the board' amid defeat to Fulham at Elland Road

Leeds United fans were heard chanting “sack the board” after the team suffered yet another defeat to Fulham in the Premier League on Sunday.

The Whites took the lead after 20 minutes thanks to Rodrigo’s header, but fell to a 3-2 defeat after goals from Aleksandar Mitrovic, Bobby Decordova-Reid and Willian. Crysencio Summerville got a late consolation in stoppage time, but it wasn’t enough.

After Decordova-Reid’s goal left the Whites chasing an equaliser in the final 20 minutes, Sky Sports reported that “streams” of fans left the stadium, while others chanted “sack the board” according to commentator Andy Walker.

A third goal then went in late on and more fans left, with audible groans and annoyance from the stands every time the players made an error.

It’s now six defeats in eight games and the team is winless since 21 August, meaning they’re now in the relegation zone.

Time to go

Whether it’s the board or Marsch, Leeds fans have had enough and they want change before this season descends into chaos like it did last year.

Marsch was brought in to steady the ship and stop the club being relegated last season, which he did by the skin of his teeth. He then invested heavily in the summer to shape the squad in his image, but it’s done little.

The team and squad is far stronger than the level they are performing at right now, and something has to change to get the season back on track after it started so well.

Marsch is showing that he is incapable of getting the team to perform to the needed level in the Premier League and if the board don’t make a decision quickly, then maybe they’re not fit for purpose either and should go too.

This club is too big to be back in the Championship, but that’s where we’re heading if nothing is done quickly.

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