Date: 4th September 2018 at 1:54pm
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With plenty of Leeds United fans turning against Eunan O’Kane and his performance levels in midfield in recent times, plenty were hoping he’d secure a permanent move away from the club during the transfer window but we got a bite from Luton Town for a loan deal and he departed on that basis.

With a fine start to life in the 2018/19 campaign under new manager Marcelo Bielsa, O’Kane, even at his best, certainly hasn’t been missed as we took four wins from six to sit joint top of the table with Middlesbrough as we go into September’s first international break of the year. With plenty feeling his time at Elland Road is up he seems to have started life at Kenilworth Road in good fashion and that should only help grease the wheels of a possible permanent deal down the line if he can maintain it.

The 28-year-old made his debut for them last weekend as they took a point from Wycombe Wanderers, and he had a decent impact as a second-half substitute as he starts winning their fans over.

Only one game but a positive start from him nonetheless.

 

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