Leeds’ 1-0 loss to QPR certainly left a sour taste in the mouth of their fans after Nahki Wells scored the only goal of the game after controlling the ball with his hand. Frustrations even boiled over on the pitch with Kalvin Phillips getting sent off in the dying minutes, and supporters are still bitter about it all.
The defeat against QPR meant the Whites now have just a three-point gap between themselves and third-placed Fulham, so every game now seems massive for the club. QPR fan Peter Bleksley took the unusual stance of writing a letter to Leeds’ Jack Harrison to thank him for his conduct during the game, but many Leeds fans weren’t in the mood for good gestures.
One sports broadcaster from the BBC, Adam Pope, tweeted to commend the man’s comments, saying how “great” it was to see. However, many Leeds fans replied to the tweet in annoyance, commenting how the club he supports should share the same values as Harrison.
— Adam Pope (@apopey) January 23, 2020
You can see some of their reactions to the tweet below:
Shame QPR dont have the same values!
— Danny Hey (@DannyHey2) January 23, 2020
Good old fashion values like cheating by Nakhi Wells?
— Darragh Cunningham (@DarraghC81) January 23, 2020
Pity they didn’t do the same with the hand ball
— genesis (@genesisTimM) January 23, 2020
Maybe we should send a counter response to Nakhi Wells re his juggling act that led to their goal.
— peeboo66 (@Barden1966Paul) January 23, 2020
The only values I care about are scoring goals
— Oscar O’Reilly (@mikeopinions) January 23, 2020
Shame Wells hasn’t got no values to him
— JH™ (@J6H91) January 23, 2020
Leeds fans, who do you think Marcelo Bielsa needs to bring in before the transfer window closes?
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