It is safe to say that out of all of the transfers made during the summer of 2018, Izzy Brown’s move to Leeds United was probably the least successful.
During his loan move, the Chelsea attacker made just two first-team appearances and played less than 20 minutes in total as he struggled badly with injury issues carried into the spell from Stamford Bridge.
After completing a move to Luton Town this summer then, Brown will be determined to bounce-back and prove that he still has plenty to offer in the second tier.
Really pleased to begin this next chapter of my career at Luton, can’t wait to get back doing what I love. See you all soon???? https://t.co/781u2LCh1P
— Isaiah Brown (@izzyjaybrown) August 8, 2019
During the 2016/17 campaign, he was a key part of the Huddersfield Town side that upset the odds and won promotion to the Premier League and there is no doubt that the ambitious Hatters will have one eye on bettering that feat.
But despite failing to reach his peak at Elland Road, plenty of Leeds fans still have a lot of respect for the 22-year-old.
So, here is what they had to say upon hearing of his new deal…
Good luck Izzy shame it didn’t work out at Leeds for you ????
— Alex (@RahuqrafX) August 8, 2019
Shame you never got a sniff at Leeds, Izzy. Best of luck but please don't score against us ????
— Richard Chew ???????? (@rickyachew) August 8, 2019
After watching the opener against Boro, Luton are my surprise pick of the season to possibly challenge playoffs, if Izzy stays fit that gets even stronger for me!
— Jonathan Baguley (@JonathanBaguley) August 8, 2019
Good luck lad. Shame we never got to see you play for Leeds last season. Better luck with Luton & all the best for the season.
— …………!! (@AndyBulleyment) August 8, 2019
All the best izzy, hope you have a great injury free run and get your career back on track
— Simon Green (@Simongreen19) August 9, 2019
Smash it Izzy lad ????????
— James Mooney (@JayMooney86) August 8, 2019
Genuinely best of luck fella – wish it had worked out at Leeds for you – you could have been the difference.
— Chris Eyre (@leedsfan72) August 8, 2019