Date: 24th April 2019 at 8:07pm
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Easter was a very trying weekend for the first-team, as our chances of automatic promotion into the top-flight were dealt a major setback.

Now, it seems the rub of the green has fallen away from our youth ranks, too, as our Under 23s tasted defeat to Newcastle in the Semi-Final of the Premier League Cup on Tuesday.

Losing to the St James’ Park natives’ youth side even brought to an end an unbeaten run of eleven games, which could have been extended with further wins in the Premier League Cup and Professional Development League Semi-Finals.

Some Whites supporters have now noted the similarities between Marcelo Bielsa’s and Carlos Corberan’s seasons falling apart at the last, but not every fan wished to think negatively on what has been a triumphant season.

Our U23s managed to win the Professional Development North Division title with games in hand, after all, and fought valiantly against the Magpies on Tuesday night. On another day, they could have even progressed to the cup final rather than bow out 3-0 losers, but it was not to be.

Hopefully ‘it was not to be’ is not something we are saying come the end of May, when the Play-Off Final has been played and the three Championship sides moving up a tier are confirmed.

For now, though, this is what some supporters shared after Corberan’s U23s lost to Newcastle, with some replies clearly tongue in cheek…

 
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One Reply to “‘Leave it out like’ – Some Leeds fans note similarities as season starts to unravel”

  • After Leeds United’s Easter defeats, United have once again missed the golden opportunity to fulfill the dreams of being promoted to the premier division which has been 14 years of toil and tribulation.
    The problem is that they never replace the center forward Chris Wood. This has cost them severely, you just have to look at the great number of opportunities they have had in front of the opposition’s goal this season not been able to finish off, as Bielsa has stated on a number of times that Leeds need to create at least 6 or 7 chances before they can score where the majority of other teams only need 2 or 3 chances.
    The problem is Leeds needed to have spent as much the 15/17 million that they got from the sale of Chris Wood to buy a proven quality center forward, who alike can score 20/30 goals a season.

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