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Daniel Farke provides a brutally honest nine-word judgement on Leeds that sums up the last few days.

Daniel Farke provided a very honest nine-word judgement on Leeds United.

following our 2-1 Carabao Cup first-round win over Shrewsbury Town, demonstrates that the German already understands the football club at this early level.

After coming back from two goals behind to draw 2-2 with Cardiff on Sunday, due to a Crysencio Summerville injury-time equaliser, the previous few days have been a bit of a roller coaster. Starting with the Dutchman’s stunning goal.

Liam Cooper
Liam Cooper

The Leeds way is one of ups and downs. Then there’s an injury update: Liam Cooper is out for eight weeks, and our Sunday hero, Summerville, is out for the better part of a month. Leeds hosted Shrewsbury Town on Wednesday.

Just. But clearly, it has been a tumultuous day. Earlier on, Max Aarons and Joe Rodon looked set to join – a superb double deal. At the last minute, Aarons chose Bournemouth. Just an example of the tornado that is Leeds United.

Leeds United
Leeds United

It is clear that Farke understands the game even at this early stage, after only a few weeks and two competitive encounters. On Wednesday night, he said, “We are Leeds United – we never make life easy.”

Farke’s nine-word judgement on Leeds demonstrates that he already understands us.
He understands. He already understands what it’s like to be Leeds: the frustration, the elation, the devastating despair. The dependency. It is both heartening and frightening that Farke is already saying things like these.

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leeds players

That’s good because it shows he’s already bought into the club and knows what it’s all about. But it’s too bad that it took him two games to grasp that the club frequently does things in a roundabout fashion rather than a straight one.

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