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SIX players that could bring that ‘cutting edge’ to Leeds United

Date: 20th August 2014 at 7:41pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Following their Championship defeat to Brighton yesterday evening, Leeds United manager David Hockaday has criticised his players' lack of 'cutting edge'. "I can't explain our slow start. It is a mental thing. We didn't play as a team, we didn't close down and when we got the ball we gave it away cheaply. That's not good enough. At the end of the day they were better than us. They showed tonight what a good team they are but we lacked a cutting edge. It was a very uncharacteristic performance, " the Whites boss informed reporters after the 2-0 loss.  Ah yes, 'cutting edge', that rather ambiguous footballing cliché. Does it mean a more consistent supply of goals? A greater level of quality? Or does it literally refer to a team's sharpness? Well, although cutting edge is yet to be unanimously defined, the common consensus is that it refers to a clinical approach in the final third. Thus, being the lovely bunch that we are at Football FanCast, here's SIX signings that would significantly raise Leeds' lethality going forward. ADRYAN Brazilian hotshot Adryan, compared to Selecao greats Zico and Kaka, would certainly provide Leeds with some added cutting edge and is already alleged to be on the verge of an Elland Road switch: #LUFC update: Football - Adryan linked with Leeds switch http://t.co/Ct8QBY535h RT — Official Whites (@OfficialLUFC) August 18, 2014 The attacking midfielder rose to international acclaim after propelling his country to U17 World Cup glory ... Read More

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