Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani will be furious with Victor Orta’s behavior at Elland Road, according to Gabby Agbonlahor.
Addressed exclusively to Football initiate, the former Aston Villa and England forward said Orta’s argument with a fan at the stadium after their 2-2 draw with Brentford was “ridiculous”.
As indicated Air sports, the Leeds director of football angrily protested against someone in the crowd for an extended period, appeared to lift two fingers and put his index finger to his mouth to silence them.
It came after Patrick Bamford returned from injury to save the Whites from a late 2-2 draw.
He was introduced as a substitute after almost three months of absence to score an equalizer in the 95th minute.
“I think that was silly of Orta”, Agbonlahor said Football initiate correspondent Connor Whitley.
“Arguing with one of your fans is not pretty. You might hear fans saying things, complaining, but they have the right to do it. They pay their money.
“Unless there’s something more said that we don’t know, but if it was just a fan moaning with the performance, then I think that’s ridiculous.
“I’m sure the owners will tell him about it because it didn’t look good. It just didn’t make sense.
“Fans are entitled to their opinions, that’s what they pay their money for.”
The result leaves Leeds six points above the relegation zone after 15 games of the Premier League season.
The Yorkshire giants travel to European champions Chelsea next weekend with a three-game unbeaten streak.
In other news, Leeds United are preparing fans for Marcelo Bielsa’s exit as a shortlist of managers is compiled.