It’s certainly hard for Leeds United to lose their unpopular tag of ‘Dirty Leeds’! However, according to The Peacocks’ boss Thomas Christiansen, the tag of ‘tiki tika’ will continue to keep them afloat this season and well ahead of the rest of the other teams in the Championship. The short and precise passes and movements has helped them to maintain the ball possession during their last match against Ipswich Town at home, where they won with a score of 3-2.

This game was not their best match since the beginning of the season, however it has been crucial to highlight their strength and the same time point out their flaws. The team showed their best and worst at the same time, and it was quite a nail-biting experience for The Whites’ fan. They have certainly proved to have an attacking play that can prove to be devastating for their opponent. However, at time they have shown how their defending can be shambolic.

The defenders of Leeds tried on various occasions to start playing out from the very back. But unfortunately, they failed several times to make the ball move forward and instead did the opposite by adding additional pressure on the defence.

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According to Pablo Hernandez, the prolific playmaker of Leeds, they have not been at their best in the last couple of weeks. However, he added that whenever they got the chance to recover the ball while they are in the midfield position, they do their best to play fast to create spaces, and get their chances. Hernandez was responsible for securing the win on their last match while they played in front of a crowd of more than thirty-four thousand.

Last season, Leeds fought hard to remain in the play-offs, however, at the end they lost this position. There have been many changes happening at the club lately, and it has been reflected on their gameplay since the beginning of the season. They certainly seem to be on the right track at the moment to grab the promotion for the Premier League.

On the other hand, Liam Cooper the centre half has been called up to his squad by Gordon Stratchan, the head coach of Scotland for next month’s games, where they will face Slovenia and Slovakia. The coach admitted that he is a big influence to the team, and that he rightly deserves to be in the World Cup qualifiers.

Earlier this month. Jansson sustained a leg injury in their match against Millwall, where they lost with a score of 1-0. The Swedish centre-back has since not appeared in the team, but it seems that we could soon find him on the pitch. Conor Shaughnessy and Liam cooper were favoured at centre back for their last match by the coach. However, Christiansen revealed that Jansson is now fit and should be ready to play soon.

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