A 3-1 loss to Norwich City and a worryingly ragged performance from Leeds United will reignite thoughts that another promotion push could fade away.
The defeat knocked Marcelo Bielsa’s men off top-spot and triggered worries that this could be the moment that their season falls apart.
They still sit inside the automatic promotion places, however, and comfortably clear of third-placed Sheffield United but it will not stop the worrying.
Leeds fans’ concerns will not exactly have been eased when centre-back and fan-favourite Pontus Jansson talked about how the club’s training sessions make him feel tired on matchdays.
The clubs head of medicine and fitness reinforced the Swede’s statement, calling Bielsa’s approach to football ‘unhealthy’, a key cause of the clubs numerous injury concerns this seasons.
But how should the fans be feeling with these latest comments?
It would be hard to blame fans for worrying and making emotional comments or suggestions, but in reality, they really need to keep the faith.
Yes, Jansson saying that he feels tired on matchdays will set off a few alarm bells. But I am certain that if it were a genuine concern of his he would go to Bielsa and tell him.
The Argentinian has got everything spot on so far this season. If there is a problem at the club, he will solve it as he has done all year.
It might be tight, but I still believe he will get the Whites promoted.