Leeds boss Brian McDermott was deflated following the 4-1 defeat to Bournemouth. He said that he's never had a side that concedes goals like we do.
He didn't think the players had given up, but really struggled to come up with anything positive about the game.
He said the first 15 minutes cost is the game, and no excuses, but the off the field stuff is affecting the players-who are talking about getting paid and ownership at training.
He didn't blame any specific players, but was desperately disappointed. He thought the fans were fantastic again.
He went on that It's a very difficult time for the football club.
He said he has no idea if the players will even get paid at the end of the week, and it is incredibly difficult conditions to work in-he is trying to keep things on an even keel and concentrate on Saturdays game.
He said he has never thought of walking away from the club despite it been a tough situation. He again said the ownership situation needed resolving..