Date: 22nd October 2018 at 9:30am
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Leeds United crashed to their second Championship defeat of the 2018/19 season in Saturday’s early kickoff against Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.

With Leeds welcoming back a number of previously injured players, the newly promoted side wasted little time in stamping their mark on the game and took the lead two minutes in. Despite Mats Klich getting us back on level terms in first-half stoppage time, it was the hosts who grabbed the all-important second to take all three points and the win on the day.

Whilst there was naturally plenty of disappointment and frustration on show following the fulltime whistle, and even acknowledging our current form over the last few games is hardly title worthy, the fact is our injuries have hit us hard but we’ve kept ourselves largely plodding along. Games will be lost, I’m not sure it needs an overreaction when there’s every reason to believe things will improve when players are fit, sharp and back in form.

It was a true bad day at the office, but Blackburn’s own form doesn’t make them mugs.

Maybe it’s a slight rebalancing given our start to the year, maybe Marcelo Bielsa will take more from the recent run in terms of where we do need improvements than he would if we’d have scrapped a victory.

Gotta keep the faith.

 

2 Replies to ““Looks Like A Full Blown Wobble” – Second Leeds Defeat Sees Some Fans Lose The Faith”

  • Bielsa will leave in the new year if we don’t improve the team, he has a big reputation to protect and with his style of play we need better players!!
    We are trying to get promotion on the cheap! If we did go up the directors will take all the Sky money and run, they are not football people!
    Same old, same old!

  • rally round stick n work as a unit, as far as the coach, its a 2 way street, regroup, n focus, play 90 mins, n dont try n win a game in 20 mins, patience. its there for the taking, move forward !!

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