Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford has claimed that Stuart Dallas is the worst behaved player in the Whites squad on a night out.
The Northern Irish utility player has been excellent for Leeds this season and really proved his worth to Marcelo Bielsa’s side.
Few players embody Bielsa’s ‘side over self’ motto more than Dallas, who has played in a range of positions this season and given his all for the shirt in every game.
The 28-year-old has started all 37 of Leeds Championship games this season, featuring at left-back, right-back, in central midfield and in right-midfield.
Such have been the quality of his performances that the Northern Ireland international was given a new four-year deal by the Whites earlier this season.
Despite being one of Bielsa’s most trusted generals on the pitch, it appears that Dallas is not always sensible.
Speaking in a ‘First & Worst’ interview for Sky Sports, Bamford claimed that his Northern Irish teammate was the worst behaved on a night out.
First pair of boots? 👟
First idol in football? 🤩
Worst behaved on a night out? 🙈
— Sky Bet (@SkyBet) March 30, 2020
Bamford and Dallas will both likely be desperate for the Championship season to resumes as their side are top of the table with nine games left to play.
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Bamford’s selection of Dallas as the worst behaved on a night out comes as something of a surprise given the role he takes up for Leeds.
Perhaps Bielsa recognises a bit of an ‘El Loco’ side in Dallas and that’s what has made him put such faith in the 28-year-old.
It looks likely the versatile Leeds man is going to play a key role for the Whites once again when the season resumes.