Date: 3rd September 2019 at 12:30pm
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I guess it’s ‘cheerio’ not ‘goodbye’.

With the lower league transfer window moving closing yesterday, it probably wasn’t a big surprise to see someone shipped out on loan.

Leeds announced yesterday that young defender Conor Shaughnessy has joined League Two side Mansfield Town for the rest of the season.

The young defender has made 15 appearances for the first team so far, however the loan signing of Ben White in the summer probably sealed his fate at Elland Road, for this season at least.

So how did Leeds fans react to the news that one of their youngsters was being sent out on loan? Well the majority of them didn’t seem to be of the opinion that this was a good move for him. In fact these people couldn’t work out whether or not moving to League Two was ‘beneath him’.

Whilst some thought that the move reflected poorly on Bielsa’s management skills.

Although I think these guys may have been going a little bit too far with their assessment of the situation. They’re probably just joking about it, at least I hope they’re joking about it.

Whereas this guy probably needs to borrow Bielsa’s glasses, as he clearly didn’t read the fine print.

 
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2 Replies to “‘What happened’, ‘enough is enough’: Not all Leeds fans happy with latest move”

  • I think Mr Bielsa will regret his lack of foresight. We needed a central defender,a classy midfielder and a strong striker and we got nothing. Mr Bielsa your stubbornness will be your undoing. You are not a god.

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