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Leeds winger gets caught out with Instagram post from teammate

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Leeds winger Jack Harrison has been caught out by a teammate on Instagram after having a photo posted of him fast asleep.

Mateusz Klich posted the picture of Harrison in his training gear while away with the fairies leaning on a big beanbag.

The post went on his Instagram story (@cli5hy), which was tagged in the location of Wimbledon.

Harrison rejoined the club on loan this season from Manchester City after a successful campaign last year with the Whites.

The 22-year-old made 42 appearances under Marcelo Bielsa last season, scoring four times and providing as many assists.

Leeds have had two pre-season games so far, beating York City 5-0 – in which Harrison played 62 minutes in – and also had a match versus Guiseley, which they won 2-1, though Harrison did not feature.

The young winger has already outlined the importance of this pre-season friendlies in an interview with the club’s official channel after the York match on Wednesday (July 10).

He said: “It was nice to get back out there again, it’s been a while, so it’s always good to get on the pitch with the lads and get playing again.

“It was good to get the game time and game experience, it’s always hard to create a game atmosphere in training, so I think getting out here and being able to play against York, gave us a great opportunity to build chemistry together as a team.”

The Verdict

Leeds fans will not mind seeing Harrison nodding off, as it might imply that he’s been working hard in training.

They also won’t mind seeing the team having a few jokes together as they prepare for the season to arrive.

Harrison has a big year ahead of him, and Leeds will be hoping they can squeeze a bit more out of him next season, and get some more goals or assists for the amount of game time he has had.


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