Nohan Kenneh turned 17 in January, signed his first professional contract with Leeds United the same day despite being linked to many big clubs including PSG and towards the end of the 2019/20 professional development league season, became a regular for the under 23’s. He was born in Liberia before moving to Leeds when he … Continue reading Nohan Kenneh: Player analysis!
When Bielsa first arrived at the club fans didn’t quite know what to expect. Most certainly didn’t expect to see Phillips play at centre back and Dallas at centre midfield so successfully. In hindsight, we should have. We are talking about a coach that many top managers in the game regard as one of the … Continue reading Bielsa’s multi-functionality, how the current Leeds team adopt it and the importance of it for the academy
The big debate over the last few weeks on twitter has been who should be Leeds United’s POTY, with 90% of the first team in the running for the award due to their on field success so far. Things are slightly different when it comes to deciding who should win that award for the under … Continue reading FocusOnLeeds Under 23’s Player Of The Year: Pascal Struijk
With the current season still up in the air due to the current pandemic, looking at future signings seems strange. As the summer transfer window is likely to either change dates or to be shorter, planning is key. We know that Victor Orta and his scouting team spend years scouting players and one player that … Continue reading Scouting Report: Robin Koch to Leeds United?
Behind every transfer and new contract is a football agent who must work hard in order to achieve these results. Some agents are in the business to make as much money as possible while some do genuinely have the players and clubs best interests at heart. Kevin Sharp of Palm Sports management, a UK based … Continue reading Kevin Sharp: Life as a football agent!
Leeds United have had great success recently when scouting all over the world for youth players of different ages to join their academy. York seems to be the home of the local youth talent; with the likes of Charlie Taylor, Sam Byram, Jack Clarke and Ryan Edmondson all of whom were born and raised in … Continue reading Niall Huggins: Highs and lows but not ready to throw the towel in!
After coming off the bench and scoring twice against Hull City at the weekend, is Roberts a viable option leading the line? Roberts who has mainly featured for Leeds as a number 10 has always looked sharp when playing as a striker. Bamford is struggling to find the net but still doing brilliantly at the … Continue reading Tyler Roberts: Analysis of his games as a striker!
Successful Leeds United sides normally have a number of Scottish players, from your Billy Bremner, to your Eddie Gray and more recently, your Robert Snodgrass, they seem to just click. Current Leeds captain Liam Cooper also plays for Scotland, qualifying through family members, although he was born in Hull. A young lad by the name … Continue reading Stuart McKinstry: Leaving the club he loved, family sacrifices and one happy uncle.
Leeds United are well known for producing talented players but when was the last time they produced a talent centre back? This season we’ve seen Olly Casey make his Leeds debut and performed well. Another young centre back at the club who is yet to make his first debut but has plenty of promise is … Continue reading Charlie Cresswell: The young centre back putting in impressive performances.
When you think about the most important players for Leeds United, most would say Phillips, Hernandez and maybe this season, Harrison however the player that makes it all Klich, is Mateusz. The Polish International was on his way out of Leeds when Marcelo Bielsa arrived, but an impressive pre-season saw him become the first name … Continue reading A dramatic comeback but who made it all Klich?