Leeds United supporters have voiced their dissatisfaction with Ethan Ampadu‘s recent performances, labeling them as “awful” and “lackluster.” Despite the team’s victory against Swansea City on Wednesday night, fans are growing concerned about the Welshman’s form.
Ampadu, who has been a regular starter for Leeds this season, has played in 20 consecutive games for the club. However, his recent performances have left some fans disappointed. While he provided an excellent cross-field pass that led to a goal against Swansea, his overall contribution was criticized.
Several fans took to social media to express their concerns. Some called for him to be rested, believing that he has been below par in recent matches. Others described his passing as “cheap” and questioned whether an “imposter” had taken his place on the field. One fan simply asked, “What’s wrong with the midfielder?”
Ampadu’s performance in the first half was particularly scrutinized, with fans noting that he failed to reach his usual high standards. Some supporters even called for Leeds manager Daniel Farke to substitute him during the game.
Despite the victory against Swansea, there is a growing consensus among Leeds United fans that Ethan Ampadu needs to rediscover his top form to be a consistent asset to the team. Whether he can bounce back from these criticisms and regain his best form remains to be seen.
Leeds United will be hoping that Ampadu can find his rhythm in the upcoming matches as they aim to continue their climb up the Premier League table.
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