It sounds like there’s some criticism of Leeds United’s performance, particularly regarding their consistency or organization, based on the BBC pundit’s remarks. What’s the verdict on Daniel Farke that was shared?

Jobi McAnuff has insisted Daniel Farke has a “massive” job to do if Leeds United want to earn promotion to the Premier League this season.

The BBC Sport pundit slammed the team for being “all over the place” in recent weeks, claiming the playoffs will be made more difficult by having been so close to an automatic promotion place.

While nothing is confirmed yet, Leeds will need to beat Southampton and hope Ipswich lose against Huddersfield on the final day to gain automatic promotion, which looks unlikely.

Speaking on the BBC Football Daily podcast [1 May], McAnuff shared: “It’s going to be tough for Leeds, having been so close after that run they put together from the start of the year, you thought it would be them to get that second place.

“They’re just so up and down at the minute. In the 4-0 against QPP, they were all over the place. Daniel Farke has got a massive job, if they don’t get in that top two, to get them going for the playoffs.”