For the second consecutive game Leeds United had a man sent off and tumbled to a defeat. Whilst Eunan O’Kane’s red card will only mean a three-game, it is still three games without a first team player.

Luckily the Whites are capable of covering O’Kane’s three game absence should his straight red card be upheld, which it will likely be if the following is true.

However, Leeds United boss Thomas Christiansen does feel that the straight red was a touch harsh on the Irishman, citing provocation on the part of Ipswich defender Jonas Knudsen.

Despite Christiansen’s hoping that the red card decision may be rescinded, should head contact be proven then it is likely that O’Kane will join the now five-game suspended Samu Saiz watching from the stands.

Leeds United might be pinning their hopes in the areas of forlorn in wanting the red card to be rescinded, but that hasn’t stopped Leeds United fans commenting and airing their opinions over on Twitter.

Leeds United fans comment and react to O’Kane dismissal

This fan’s definitely not very happy at the sending off.

There’s also blame being apportioned here from this Leeds United fan.

The common theme seems to be one of finger-pointing; they’re only pointing in one direction – at Eunan O’Kane.

Be a novel way to fund a transfer but does this fan have a valid point?

There’s no shades here for this fan – only black and white in what he says.

This fan just finds it a head-scratcher of a moment and situation.

Hope springs eternal with this fan and his thought pattern and reasoning.

Tom isn’t entirely convinced at this headbutt malarkey.

This pretty much sums up all the emotions and feelings that Leeds United fans are feeling at the moment.

There are only two games left for Leeds United and nearly three weeks of the transfer window left. Will the fact that the Whites have two key players out in Samu Saiz and Eunan O’Kane force the hand of the hierarchy at Elland Road to dig a little deeper in their pockets?

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