Leeds United have made a strong start to their season as they sit in fourth spot ahead of tonight’s Yorkshire derby with Sheffield United at Elland Road.
Thomas Christiansen’s team have looked impressive, though not every single Leeds player has performed to an adequate level week in, week out.
But who has been the biggest flop at Leeds United this season?
We take a look….
Felix Wiedwald, without a doubt.
The German goalkeeper simply does not look good enough for the Championship.
Andy Lonergan has replaced him as Thomas Christiansen’s number one, and it looks a long way back for Wiedwald now.
Christiansen will be kicking himself having let Rob Green leave over the summer.
Leeds made a lot of signings in the summer with players arriving that we might not have heard of and so there was always going to be a risk.
In most cases, the gamble looks to be paying off but things with Cibicki are far worse and I can’t see him staying long at all.
He’s had no games in the league and had a couple of appearances in the EFL Cup where he has looked poor. He’s in trouble.
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, without a doubt.
The left-back joined on loan from Manchester United and should’ve been eager to prove himself after a poor spell at Wolves last year.
As well as that, he was seen as the man to replace Charlie Taylor. However, it hasn’t gone to plan, the loanee has played one league game and not impressed in the Carabao Cup.
The manager prefers to play Vurnon Anita or Gaetano Berardi out of position, which says it all.