Leeds United collected their 27th point of the Championship season on Saturday when they drew 1-1 with Nottingham Forest at Elland Road.
Stuart Dallas started the match at left-back, which has largely been the case since Barry Douglas picked up an injury earlier this month.
It was a mistake from Dallas that allowed Forest to take the lead, and he looked very uncomfortable before being switched to the opposite side when Luke Ayling went off.
Dallas certainly looked better on the right, but a number of Leeds fans have taken to social media to claim that the 27-year-old is not quite good enough to represent the team on a regular basis at Championship level.
The Northern Ireland international has made more than 120 appearances for Leeds since a 2015 move from Brentford, and the 6ft ace has been a regular under Marcelo Bielsa this term.
The Leeds fans are not overly unhappy with Dallas’ form, however, and many have taken to social media to air their frustrations.
A selection of the Twitter reaction can be seen below:
Is Dallas this season’s equivalent of last season’s Cooper? Tries his best, clearly a nice bloke, but not quite good enough at this level (even bearing in mind that he’s being asked to play at left back) #lufc #mot
— DG (@welshcentrehalf) October 28, 2018
Please please please please can we stop playing Dallas at full back now #lufc
— Mat Greveson (@GrevesonMat) October 28, 2018
Who at Leeds united tells Dallas he can play wingback??? that’s what I want to know a point not good enough against a average forest side should be taking 3 #lufc
— Declan (@declanleeds98) October 27, 2018
Stuart Dallas, lovely man, not good enough tho I’m afraid #lufc
— Andy Gromett (@gromlufc) October 27, 2018
— Ryan (@LeedsUtdRyan) October 29, 2018
Considering we had Dallas on the pitch for the full 95 minutes I’ll take that. Having him out there was like having 10 men playing against 12. #LUFC
— Cockney White (@cockney_white) October 27, 2018
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