Leeds United were thumped 3-0 by Wolverhampton Wanderers on Wednesday evening to continue their poor run of just one win in six games.
The Whites were the early season pace setters in the Sky Bet Championship and earlier on in the campaign it looked as though 2017/18 might be a productive one for the West Yorkshire-based club.
Fast forward six months however and yet another manager has bitten the Elland Road dust in Thomas Christiansen, with the Danish boss being replaced by Paul Heckingbottom, who is now tasked with the ultimate goal of returning Premier League football to the club.
In order for the ex-Barnsley boss to bring the glory days back to the fallen giants it seems likely that he will need some reinforcements during the summer months and that could spell the end of the road for some of the current crop.
FLW writer Lee Clarke looks at two players in particular who will cast themselves extremely fortunate to still be at Leeds United next season…
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