Date: 16th March 2020 at 9:00pm
Written by: Zak Roome

Lots of Leeds United fans have been reacting on Twitter after Poland midfielder Mateusz Klich responded to one supporter’s post on the coronavirus outbreak.

Whites fan Andy McVeigh – well known locally as the ‘Burley Banksy’ for his work around Elland Road depicting scenes, kits, quotes and players from the club’s illustrious history – had shared that the postponement of all professional football in England would offer Klich a rare chance to have a rest.

Klich has been one of the more-favoured first-team players at the club since Marcelo Bielsa took up his position in the dugout, with the 29-year-old yet to miss a starting Championship line-up under the Argentine for a run of 85 games (including the Play-Offs).

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But the 23-cap ace is not planning on treating the next few weeks as time off, despite our meetings with Cardiff City, Fulham and Luton Town each been pushed back after the FA announced that all games will be put on hold until, at least, April 3.

Klich responded to McVeigh’s post noting simply “rest is overrated” and drew in vast responses from the Elland Road faithful.

Here are some of the messages shared…

In other Leeds United news, the club are on the lookout for the ideal summer signing to strengthen Bielsa in whatever league we are competing in.

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