Tony Yeboah comments on Leeds United fans

  • Tony Yeboah comments on Leeds United fans

Tony Yeboah comments on Leeds United fans

Leeds United have made a decision to keep veteran defender Liam Cooper at the club even if they secure a return to the Premier League next season, according to Football Insider.

The club hero also hailed the club's fantastic fans for their massive show of support during his time at Yorkshire. He added that he is keeping his fingers crossed for his old club to get back to England's top tier after a 15-year gap.

During that time, he was the club's top goalscorer for two seasons, scoring 29 goals for Leeds in total.

Looking at Leeds' defence for next season, regardless of whether they are promoted or not, the Yorkshire club's fans will be keen for Ben White to be secured on a permanent deal after his excellent showing in 2019-20. I have to tell the Leeds fans they are fantastic, they are super fans.

Manchester United legend Gary Neville has expressed his belief that it is "inconceivable" for the Premier League to return on April 30 amid the coronavirus outbreak which has forced millions of people to self-isolate around the world.

'But after that I am hoping football can do something very big from a community basis on a nationwide scale - in terms of how they can contribute in this time.

"I came on for the last part of it when we'd got it back to 2-2".

"They have the qualities, a fantastic stadium and fantastic management".

Leeds are now top of the Championship table, one point above West Bromwich Albion and seven points clear of the play-off places.

The Covid-19 crisis has seen all European football leagues shut up shop, in accordance with the measures which have been put in place by government officials to contain the spread of the illness.

United have been handed a massive boost in their attempts to gain promotion to the top-flight after the EFL confirmed their commitment to finish the current league campaign despite the coronavirus fears.

Bielsa's side it at the top of the Championship table with just nine games left to play but there fears the rampaging virus could lead to a cancellation of the league.