The EFL has had a fair share of players that have been hugely impressive whilst playing in the Championship.
Quest TV have recently revealed what some supporters have voted as their Team of the Decade, with a number of familiar faces included in the side.
Back in December, alongside @QuestTV, over 60,000 of you voted to name the EFL Team of the Decade.
— E F L (@EFL) May 2, 2020
The team has sparked quite a debate amongst supporters, with some notable names not included in the side.
There are only two former Leeds United players in the side, with Ian Harte and Kasper Schmeichel being named in the side, but there is no place for either Ross McCormack or Pablo Hernandez, who have both been hugely impressive in their time with Leeds.
The Whites are currently sat top of the Championship, and will be hoping they can make a long-awaited return to the Premier League under the guidance of Marcelo Bielsa this term.
Plenty of Leeds United fans were quick to respond to this team, with many claiming that both Ross McCormack and Pablo Hernandez should be in the squad.
Take a look at the best of the reaction from Twitter below….
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— ¡Josh Townend, Carajo! 💙💛 (@Josh_T95) May 2, 2020
No Pablo Hernandez😂
— Niall Branton 🤙 (@NiallBranton) May 2, 2020
No Pablo Hernandez?
— Al Barrie (@White_Rose_Al) May 2, 2020
Think Pablo plays ahead of Richie!
— Billy Billy Billy (@TheFootyExp3rt) May 2, 2020
Pablo Hernandez and Adel Tarrabt. Ross Mccormack.
— 🏴Jamie🏴 LUFC 💙💛 (@Jam13Simmo) May 2, 2020
Nonsense if Pablo isn’t in there over Wes WHO?OLAHAN
— Lee (@Lee_Adorned) May 2, 2020
No McCormack though? Isn’t he the leading goal scorer in the championship?
— LeedsShirts.co.uk (@leedsshirts) May 2, 2020
Pablo makes it for me – a class above so many in the championship
— Matthew Hartley (@MattHartley_) May 2, 2020
McCormack gotta be in there sorry
— DazIll (@Desmondo007) May 2, 2020
That team's a joke
— Joe Underwood (@joeuC4) May 2, 2020
No Ross McCormack? Im sure hes second behind rhodes for champ goals
— Luke Antony Wroe (@luke_lufc_wroe) May 2, 2020