Leeds United will "reopen consultation" on their new badge after it was widely crticised,
"6 months of research," Leeds' official Twitter account wrote alongside an image of the badge. "10,000 people consulted.
"Ready for the next 100 years."
"We need to reopen the consultation process,"
What have you done, Leeds United? From the sublime to the .... pic.twitter.com/x7Hq74Oxse— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) January 24, 2018
"I genuinely feel excited about the passion of Leeds fans. It's slightly unfortunate it's been demonstrated in this way but it reinforces what a big fanbase we are," Kinnear added.
"Transparency has been at the heart of everything we do. We're not going to hide. We're big enough to take the feedback and engage with supporters and they should trust us to do the right thing."
A newly-designed Everton badge was met with similar distaste by fans in 2013, leading to a redesign after complaints over the removal of the club motto.