Date: 25th April 2021 at 2:47pm
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Leeds United on Twitter have been sharing their criticism for Jack Harrison and his latest performance for the Yorkshire club during the first half of their Premier League clash against Manchester United. 

Coming off the back of a 1-1 draw over Liverpool, Marcelo Bielsa’s side welcomed the to Elland Road to try and pick up another positive result. 

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During the first half of the game against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, lots of were not impressed with what they saw from Harrison and his display on the pitch. 

This led to lots of Leeds fans flocking to Twitter to share exactly what they were thinking about Harrison and his performance. 

So, what did these Leeds fans have to say in response to Harrison’s performance in the first half against Man United?

“Is Jack Harrison playing against us ?”


“Harrison needs to wake up 3 misplaced passes already”


Harrison is not having a good opening period. Several mistakes already, less than 15 minutes in. #LUFC


“Jack Harrison having a mare so far. Wan Bissaka roasting him for pace”


“Harrison’s having a mare”


“Harrison is having a shocker!”


Leeds signed the 24-year-old back in the 2018 summer transfer window on successive loan deals from Manchester City before securing a third loan deal for him last summer. 

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Looking at these tweets from this group of Leeds fans, it’s clear to see that they were not happy with what they saw from Harrison, who is currently valued at £13.5 million, during the first half at Elland Road. 

Moving forward, these Leeds fans will undoubtedly be hoping to see Harrison put in a more impressive shift out on the pitch than he did in the first half, or else he could find himself on the receiving end of even more criticism in their remaining league matches.

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