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Cjay wrote:Absolutely brilliant.
Very unfortunate his block tackle ended up with the goal.
He was immense and that headed goal was quality, over powering Chris Samba is no easy feat.
We'll sink without trace should we lose Pontus to injury
Quality player recognises quality. I suspect it frustrates him the direction Leeds have taken this season
He said: “I’ve been in England two years now and Wolves are the best team I’ve seen so far. They are easily the best team we have played this season.
“They have fantastic players and a good team. They are good tactically, but also they have three offensive players – Diogo Jota, Leo Bonatini and Ivan Cavaleiro – who are some of the best players in the league.
“They play with three strong defenders and two wingers who run a lot. It is like they cheat in defence by waiting for you to attack and then they have a lot of space to attack when they get the ball.
“For sure, Wolves are going to be one of the teams going up to the Premier League, if not directly then through the play-offs. But it’s difficult to say which other teams are going to be there.”
“This club is so huge, it has to be in the Premier League,” Jansson said, as quoted by the Express.
“I remember 15 years ago when they were in the Champions League. I always said I only have one team in my heart and that is Malmo, who I supported as a boy, but now I have Leeds.
“They are not in my heart yet, but maybe in the future. And maybe I’ll get a Leeds tattoo if we go up.”
Our fans love his hand/arm punch at the end of the game once again
Pontus hovers at the back whilst the others take their applause. As Pontus approaches our end with his fingers wavering & our fans humming a woe he finally unleashes the arm punch to the joy of our fans then he walks off to the 'Magic Hat' song
Very similar to the one Steve Evans use to do !
Cjay wrote:Another performance of superb proportions.
Not often Pontus comes up against someone with the beating of him physically.
Matt Smith is a unit, but Pontus had him covered.
We have lost that game without Pontus yesterday
He was forever covering Ayling & had both Smith & Washington in his pocket
That's how immense he was
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