Unai Emery cools Nketiah speculation

22 Oct 2019 07:09am, by Ellandback1

Good Morning. It's Tuesday 22nd October, and here are the Leeds Utd headlines...

Sky blue third kit a popular choice (in the blue side of Manchester)

Leeds United have revealed an unusual outfit as their third kit! The sky blue kit features the traditional blue, yellow and white bar stripe on the waistband and the sock knee trim, which is sure to make this kit a fan’s favourite. Leeds United 1919-2019’ is embossed on the back of the shirt in recognition of the club’s centenary season. The kit has been especially popular the Blue side of Manchester.

Bielsa compares Bamfords performance with Nketiah's

At the Preston Pre match press conference Bielsa was asked whether he saw a noticeable difference in performance when substituting Bamford for Nketiah for the second half of the Birmingham game. He replied...
The performance of both of them was quite similar. We played better in the first half than in the second one and when the team play better, the centre forward takes advantage of that situation and Nketiah has played in the moment where the team decreased a little bit in performance and playing in those conditions is a little bit more difficult to try to make an impact. For me, the way they played was quite similar, on the same level.

Arsenal Manager Unai Emery - Now is not the moment (for Nketiah)

Arsenal Manager Unai Emery was asked the question at the weekend whether he was concerned about the lack of game time Nketiah was getting at Elland Road. He replied...
Now is not the moment, we are in October. He is in Leeds and I respect the coach and his decision.

Firstly I respect his coach and his decision. I think he is going to play more. He is going to deserve it. Each match he plays with Leeds and the national team is important for him and important for Arsenal also because we want him to get confidence and take experience and use it in the future for us.

He is doing it. He is maybe playing less than we want, but I am sure he will play more.