What The HELL Has Happened To Leeds United? | Explained

15 months to the day of this video going out, Leeds United parted company with Marcelo Bielsa, a manager who had taken on one of the fallen giants of European football, a club scarred by financial meltdown, multiple relegations, numerous owners and several disastrous managers, and transformed them into one of the continent’s most watchable teams.

His unique attacking style had set the blueprint for a side that had finished 13th in the Championship the season before he arrived, jumped up to third in his first campaign, and were promoted as champions in his second. This, coupled with the close connection he fused between the players and the fans, meant that not only did Leeds get stuck firmly back on the football map, but also saw the club once again become a glimmering source of pride within the city and community it represents.

But since he left Elland Road in February 2022, there hasn’t been much for Leeds fans to be proud of. In that time, they have played 49 Premier League games and won just 11, staying up on the last day of the 21-22 season under Jesse Marsch and sacking both him and Javi Gracia since then. Now on their fourth manager since Bielsa, Leeds turned to Sam Allardyce with just four games of the season remaining in a desperate bid to escape relegation, a situation made all the more embarrassing by the fact that the club’s owner Andrea Radrizzani said at the start of the season it would be “impossible” for the side to get embroiled in a relegation dogfight so late in the campaign again.

With the club’s fan advisory board branding the season “a humiliating disaster” in a statement that demanded change in the dugout and recruitment department in April, the feeling around Elland Road is at its lowest for some years. But what has brought Leeds to this point? On today’s Explained, we’re going to find out.

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