TWO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The Leeds United manager Neil Warnock has said that bringing in two players recently has worked in favour of the team because they have made a massive difference to the results of the team. Leeds United brought in the form of QPR manager Neil Warnock in the hope of getting promotion back into the top flight. However, they have been struggling in the Championship in the 16th position. However, recent results have been extremely good for the team, as they have managed two back-to-back victories against top teams like Leicester City and Crystal Palace. Both teams are fighting for promotion from the championship, and Neil Warnock has been extremely delighted following these victories.
The club recently brought in the winger Jerome Thomas and the defender Alan Tate. They have been instrumental in the success of the club. Warnock believes that the club will still be able to mount a challenge for the promotion spot provided they bring in a few more players of this stature in the January transfer window. There are only a few weeks to go before the opening of the transfer window, which will give managers the opportunity to strengthen their squad. The arrival of Alan Tate has strengthened the defence in recent matches.
“The two new players have made a huge difference. We are not that far away. We don`t need to spend major money it`s just an influx of quality players in the right areas. These are two players I have wanted for a long time and they have shown what they can do,” said the manager Neil Warnock in a recent interview. Leeds United recently completed a takeover, which sees the club get new Middle Eastern owners. It remains to be seen if they will splash the cash in January in the hope of getting promotion.