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Leeds’ owner sent a DM to a fan DURING their thrashing against Bournemouth

Leeds’ owner sent a DM to a fan DURING their thrashing against Bournemouth

Leeds United suffered a crushing defeat at Bournemouth.

Leeds United's owner Andrea Radrizzani sent a DM to a furious fan DURING their thrashing at Bournemouth on Sunday.

Leeds suffered a crushing 4-1 defeat at Bournemouth as they currently occupy 16th place in the Premier League table.

They're just one point above 18th-placed Leicester City, with four league games remaining this season.

Leeds, who conceded FIVE against Crystal Palace and SIX against Liverpool this month, have endured a miserable April, having picked up just four points.

The club's precarious position has fans worried, including Twitter user @ConorMcGilligxn who sent a message to Radrizzani midway through their game against Bournemouth.

He messaged: "Cannot believe you've got this so wrong Andrea."

His question got a response from the 48-year-old as he replied: "I am broken. I am responsible for this sh*t. Unacceptable. You don't deserve this. Ridiculous."

The Leeds fan then shared a screen record of his messages with Radrizzani, proving the legitimacy of the conversation.

Naturally, the social media exchange angered Leeds supporters online as some of them want the Italian OUT of the club.

One Twitter user wrote: "This is proper wild."

A second tweeted: "Aye you are responsible @andrearadri now get out of our club."

A third added: "The actual chairman DM’ing during the game… what an earth have we become..."

A fourth said: "So embarrassing, what a circus."

Another commented: "Best he could do is just shut up."

Leeds fans in attendance at the Vitality Stadium also made their feelings known as they chanted 'you're not fit to wear the shit' following the final whistle.

Javi Gracia's side resume their league campaign next Saturday against title contenders Manchester City.

They face a tough run-in as they also face Champions League chasers Newcastle United and Tottenham before the season is out.

Will Leeds survive the drop to the Championship? Let us know what you think.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy/Twitter

Topics: Football, Leeds United, Fan Reactions