Javi Gracia, the manager of Leeds, has denied losing the support of his team despite their recent heavy losses. After a 5-1 defeat to Crystal Palace and a 6-1 loss to Liverpool, fans are concerned that the players may have given up on the fight for Premier League survival. However, Gracia is confident that his team will show their desire and positive attitude in their next game against Fulham. He believes that his players still want to play for their manager and love the club. Gracia has refused to throw his players under the bus and insists that they have not become a bad team overnight. He plans to make changes to the team for their upcoming game against Fulham, including the likely return of injured players Liam Cooper and Max Wober to central defence.