Former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan has criticised Andrea Radrizzani this week.
The Leeds United owner has come in for a lot of criticism from fans and pundits over the past 12 to 18 months.
Jordan labeled some of the decisions at the club as “push me-pull me mentality" choices by Radrizzani.
Those include Radrizzani bidding to buy Sampdoria in Italy, while Leeds are potentially set for relegation.
Jordan told talkSPORT: “They're not going down like they did in 2004 absolutely weighed down by mismanagement from people like Peter Ridsdale and maybe Alan Leighton who was on the board and involved in the decisions that they made. They're going down because they wasted their own time and wasted opportunity, but they're not going down in an economic car crash.
"Maybe it'll clear the water for them. Maybe this ridiculous push me-pull me mentality of who's running that football club [will go]. Radrizzani wanting to get out of the door and ultimately someone else wanting to buy it, and neither one making particularly good decisions.
"Because there's logical thinking behind Jesse Marsch bouncing into Javi Gracia, then bouncing into Sam Allardyce with four games to go after spending a certain amount of money in the January window, never playing the player you bought in the January transfer window, and then firing the coach directly after the transfer window who bought the players. So maybe there will be clarity."