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Leeds Squad stats so far...

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All this information from Whoscored Leeds Smudge, a site I often used for other clubs too!
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All our weaknesses highlighted on the defensive side of our game
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1964white wrote: Thu Jan 14, 2021 8:21 am All our weaknesses highlighted on the defensive side of our game
The main weakness is the low number of appearances apart from Ayling and Dallas between all our defenders. You could also say it's a testament to the strength of the team and manager as a whole that we're in the position we're in despite these issues. If our CBs can get sorted and start playing together soon then we're going to concede much less, but if they don't I actually find it comforting to know we've got enough for survival regardless.

If we're mid-table in a defensive crisis, how's it going to be when we're at our best?
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mothbanquet wrote: Thu Jan 14, 2021 8:49 am The main weakness is the low number of appearances apart from Ayling and Dallas between all our defenders. You could also say it's a testament to the strength of the team and manager as a whole that we're in the position we're in despite these issues. If our CBs can get sorted and start playing together soon then we're going to concede much less, but if they don't I actually find it comforting to know we've got enough for survival regardless.

If we're mid-table in a defensive crisis, how's it going to be when we're at our best?
Exactly... So many discount the seriousness of our injury crisis we have been in... slowly but surely we are getting out of it ...
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