'Horrendous' - Many Leeds fans react to 'pathetic' update on 'biggest game of the season'
It is another giant week of Championship football ahead of us, with Leeds United having a real chance to further cement their spot at the top of the league.
Fulham first entertain Brentford on Friday, and if they were to lose that clash, Leeds have the chance to extend their gap to the play-offs to 10 points against Cardiff.
After that is the game we have all been waiting for at Elland Road. Leeds welcome Scott Parker’s side to West Yorkshire knowing they could take a gigantic step towards the Premier League with three points.
There has been an official update on that game which takes place a week on Wednesday (today). Leeds revealed on their official Twitter account that Fulham have not sold out their tickets allocation, therefore Whites fans will fill the West Stand lower.
It will make it an even bigger atmosphere at Elland Road, and it will make the travelling Fulham support look minuscule in this humongous clash.
Many supporters have taken a big problem with Leeds over this issue this season. It is claimed the £40 ticket price is far too high, although other clubs like Sheffield Wednesday do the same, and Blackburn charged the Whites that amount too – an allocation that sold out in less than an hour.
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It is a steep amount, but more than Leeds charge that and many Whites fans were keen to point that out when reacting to the update.
MOT Leeds News have picked out some of the reactions below…
— Ben (@Ben17lufc) March 11, 2020
— James Hughes (@Hughesylufc85) March 11, 2020
Fulham big club? They aren't even big enough for the Championship let alone the Premier League!!
— Rick O'Shay (@1919_rick) March 11, 2020
3rd in league and don’t even sell out
— tom dobson (@tomdobsonnn) March 11, 2020
3rd in league massive game and can’t even sell out 🤢🤢
— Ryan (@RyanHLUFC) March 11, 2020
they dont deserve the premier league
— Phil Robertson (@PhilbergLUFC) March 11, 2020
In other Leeds United news, Kevin Phillips has commented on promotion race ongoing between West Brom and Whites