Date: 9th October 2018 at 7:00pm
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With Pontus Jansson believing that strong words were necessary about the performance of the referee in Leeds United’s clash last weekend with Brentford, whether the Football Association decide to charge him or not under the guise of ‘bringing the game into disrepute’ remains to be seen, but fans are squarely behind the Swede and his choice of words.

Goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell is a regular on social media and he made his own point following the game but in a calmer and different way.

A comment of two halves in many ways, given our newly international’s age he’s taken the right course by monitoring his choice of words, but in saying ‘best to not comment’ I refuse to believe that there’s a single Leeds fan out there who doesn’t know how to translate those words to get to what he was truly thinking.

The end comment about the spirit in the team also hits the right mark after a game like that, but it’s not the first time this year we’ve seen the boys battle until the last minute.

There’s nothing wrong with a bit of a siege mentality in football as it does help you on days like that.

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