Speaking to the press earlier today, Leeds United forward Kemar Roofe has said that the club have been working on plenty over the international break.
The international break is over now and we’re looking forward to some club football at the higher levels once again, with Leeds United looking to beat Reading.
Whites fans, too, will be hoping that their side can bounce back from a few losses in their last few games and it appears as though the club has been working on their weaknesses over the last week or so.
Roofe said – as per Adam Pope on Twitter:
Kemar Roofe on work in the international break: “We’ve worked very hard on our heading, defensive shape & second balls.” pic.twitter.com/geZsmACaaw
— Adam Pope (@APOPEY) October 12, 2017
Fans, then, will be hoping that the club is going to respond to the work in training and get a much needed three points on the board.
In their mini rut the Whites have seen themselves drop into the play-off places and out of the automatic promotion spots in the table.
They’re still well in with a chance of the title this season, though, and a win over the struggling Royals they’ll be able to put the pressure on the likes of Wolves and Aston Villa who clash on Saturday evening.
A few weaknesses have come to light concerning Leeds this last few weeks and their fans will be hoping the international break has seen them address that.
Roofe has hinted that they have, too, but we’ll just have to see come kick-off at Elland Road.
Thoughts, Leeds fans? Let us know below!