Date: 21st July 2019 at 8:00pm
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After our disappointing defeat to Manchester United, Leeds United got back to pre-season winning ways in our second Australia based clash at the weekend against Western Sydney Wanderers as we took a 2-1 victory courtesy of goals from Mats Bogusz and Pablo Hernandez.

Sadly, last season’s ire against £7million signing Patrick Bamford continues for some in the fanbase as he missed a couple of chances that should’ve really been buried in the game, and whilst most I think, and manager Marcelo Bielsa, get behind the 25-year-old in the belief that he’ll build on his injury hit season last year and add more to his tally of ten goals in 18 starts, there are those who continue to be determined to tear him down.

Thankfully, not all see it the same way.

Bielsa addressed the Bamford questions when he spoke to the media following the game.

“For a striker it is very important that they create chances. So at the same time, for his confidence it is important he finally finishes these type of chances and scores. One of the first steps for a forward is that it is important he creates a chance and makes steps in his performance in the pre-season and finally he scores goals.”

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2 Replies to ““Support The Lad” “Giving Players Stick All The Time Is Terrible” – Leeds Take A Victory & Some Fans Still Criticise Key Player”

  • His time will come with confidence. Constant negativity isn’t going to help him or the team. If Bielsa plays him then he’s good enough.

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