“Shameless” – Former Astona Villa manager slams Leeds United player over his recent behaviour…

Tim Sherwood has criticized a Leeds player for his recent behavior, suggesting that the individual should feel ashamed.

Under the management of Daniel Farke, Leeds is gradually gaining momentum in their pursuit of promotion, although they still trail league leaders Leicester City by 11 points, with just a four-point gap behind third-placed Preston North End.

The team, known as the all whites, has significantly improved under Farke’s guidance, and their primary objective remains an immediate return to the Premier League.

The Championship is a grueling competition spanning 46 games, and Farke is keen to ensure that his players remain focused on their mission without any distractions.

Patrick Bamford, however, has yet to score a goal for Leeds in the 2023/24 campaign, with only 34 minutes of playing time according to WhoScored.

His goal-scoring ability was a subject of debate last season, and his history of diving and simulation has previously resulted in suspensions, as reported by The Guardian.

A recent incident occurred when Bamford went down in a clash with QPR’s Asmir Begovic, leading to the goalkeeper’s red card.

Initially, it appeared that Begovic had made contact with Bamford, but upon closer examination from a different angle, it became clear that there was no contact.

Tim Sherwood, speaking on Sky Sports, commented on the incident, suggesting that Bamford may feel ashamed when he reviews the footage.

The red card issued to Begovic has since been overturned, and this episode is likely to be viewed unfavorably by Farke and the club as it goes against their values.

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