Leeds United lost ground in the race for promotion yesterday following a 1-0 loss to lowly Birmingham City.
The Whites were made to pay for a lacklustre performance at St Andrews which saw them turn in one of their worst showings of 2017 as a team, sending the away fans back to Yorkshire absolutely fuming with the display they had seen.
There was more than just one player to blame for the showing against the Blues, but one man who didn’t have his best day at the office was striker Kemar Roofe, who looked off the boil after being in good form in the run up to this game.
Following the match, Roofe took to Twitter to give his thoughts on the game and season in general.
Not the result or performance we wanted to end the year on but it doesn't take away the good… https://t.co/ii2YaRkOjb
— Kemar Roofe (@roofe39) December 30, 2017
Whenever Leeds players take to social media there is always quite the response from fans, and this was no different, with Roofe drawing plenty of replies from the Elland Road faithful.
Here’s a look at how Leeds fans reacted to the tweet from Roofe, and it’s safe to say a few were not too happy…
If we can't beat Birmingham then what chance have we against Wolves and Cardiff. We need to beat those if we want to progress into the Premier league!
— Rich (@ruw010268) December 30, 2017
Was shit pal and still not home. The teams better than that!
— david ???????? (@lufcdave89) December 30, 2017
Do your talking on the pitch, not SM
— Uncle Bert (@BertieBellhouse) December 30, 2017
Can't win em all but@my god I'm proud of you lot, so proud to be Leeds MOT ALAW ????????????????????????
— Julie Ann Wilson (@Juliejugs72) December 30, 2017
Complacency set in and battered by the league’s whipping boys. Embarrassing
— rother jay (@JayRother) December 30, 2017
You cant score without any service mate.
— alex mcdougall (@bigmack1) December 30, 2017
Easy 3 points dropped but nevertheless we are still 5th in the league.
— Y I K E S (@3StripeOfAdidas) December 30, 2017
Awful result seen as I have brummy mates and they were bottom but let's put it right next game I'd have taken 5th for new years
— liam wilson (@liamwils9) December 30, 2017
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