Leeds United have endured a difficult transfer window so far with no incomings and that could get a lot worse this weekend when QPR come to visit, as they now have former player Jack Clarke amongst their ranks.
It may be tough for some fans to see him in another teams colours this weekend having seen him graduate from the academy, and with some success as he scored two and assisted two for the Whites last term.
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However, some supporters seem to have short memories as they have turned against the youngster upon hearing his comments, with Clarke stating that the QPR support is as good as that of Leeds.
The ego for a kid who performed for about 35 minutes and went missing for the rest.
— Stephen Foster (@stephenfoster81) January 16, 2020
More I hear Jack Clarke speak the more I think good riddance. Complete arrogance & self importance. Be nice to play under an English manager well you could play under, Hockaday, Warnock or Steve Evans. Not Bielsa fault you didn’t get in the Leeds team. Maybe it’s your attitude
— Kirsty Stanley (@1982Stanners) January 16, 2020
ego on him.
— t v r (@tvr_82) January 16, 2020
The game at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium this Saturday is being eagerly anticipated, and rightly so given Leeds desperately need to return to winning ways following a run of one victory in seven matches.
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One fan suggests Clarke will do well to get past Luke Ayling, while another thinks he could cause the visitors problems.
Well be interesting to see him try and get past Ayling on Saturday
— Ciaran Harvey (@CiaranJackH) January 16, 2020
Unfortunately Saturday first job we gotta do on pitch is put jack Clarke in two. #lufc 👊 it’s gotta be done. Give an inch and he’s going to take a mile …
— eddieleeds 💙💛 (@eddieleeds1) January 16, 2020
However, they seem to be in a minority when it comes to complimenting the former Leeds man, as on the whole supporters have been rather hostile in their comments, which is harsh considering he fetched the club a handsome fee of £10m in moving to Spurs.
If he comes back to haunt them at the weekend there will likely be even more opposition to Clarke, and it will be interesting to see how Marcelo Bielsa deals with him.
QPR matching Leeds fans? Criikey Pinocchio
— Just Music Yorkshire (@jmyorks) January 16, 2020
Jack Clarke had his season. Be a average lower league player at the most. #lufc
— MattBailey (@mcbailey99) January 16, 2020
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