Luton Town was on the receiving end of a 7-0 thrashing thanks to Thomas Frank’s Brentford, leaving these fans furious with the result and performance.
Brentford were 5-0 up at half-time, thanks to goals from Josh Dasilva, Mathias Jensen, Ollie Watkins and Bryan Mbeumo. No Luton Town player finished the match with a WhoScored rating higher than 6.3/10, the highest rating for Luton was achieved by Isaiah Brown.
Many of the fans were left calling for Graeme Jones’ head after the defeat, with some feeling that they will not be able to remain in the Championship if he were to stay in charge of the club.
FULL-TIME | Brentford 7-0 Luton Town. Of the 11,287 crowd, 1,630 Town supporters made the journey today. Thank you for your backing this afternoon and have a safe trip home. #COYH pic.twitter.com/x7jzrLU92e
— Luton Town FC (@LutonTown) November 30, 2019
Announce sacking. Especially now Brown is injured, as Jones said himself we can’t stay up without him. Get him out
— Brad (@Bradley_Lovell) November 30, 2019
Jones totally blanking the fans disrespectful
— nick wilding (@nickthehatter) November 30, 2019
get that northern fraud out now
— Sean Hogan (@Seanhogan1997) November 30, 2019
Jones out now
— Raz (@RyMac273) November 30, 2019
Was this the worst Luton Town performance ever?
Luton have a chance to bounce back on Saturday when they play at home to Wigan. However, a defeat like this will likely to never be forgotten by both sets of fan groups, which makes life very difficult for the Hatters manager Jones.
Tunnicliffe, Butterfield, McMannaman, Galloway, Bree, Bolton – how are these helping the team? Such bad recruitment.
— Tom (@thomascox24) November 30, 2019
— David Sanderberg (@San_Der_Berg) November 30, 2019
Refund the fans
— King Collins (@AmjidAqeel) November 30, 2019
What Do We Think?
Luton have won twice in their last 10 Championship fixtures, which were wins against Charlton and Bristol City. Unfortunately, their poor run of form that has left them just one point above the relegation zone, with a negative goal difference of -15. Things clearly need to change at Kenilworth Road and quickly, although whether the board decides sacking Jones is the best course of action remains to be seen.