LEEDS United head coach Thomas Christiansen will run the rule over his centre-back options with Liam Cooper, Pontus Jansson and Matthew Pennington all back fit and in contention to face Saturday’s Championship visitors Ipswich Town. Jansson picked up a “small muscle” suspected hamstring injury towards the end of last weekend’s 1-0 loss at Millwall which Cooper missed with a back problem picked up in the recent 2-0 triumph at home to Birmingham City.
IPSWICH TOWN boss Mick McCarthy has declared his admiration for Leeds United’s past and present but admits he is intent on “slapping” the Whites at Elland Road today. Barnsley-born McCarthy’s fondness for United has been well documented and the 58-year-old admitted in an interview with Ipswich Town’s official media team that he used to support the Whites as a youngster. The Ipswich boss has also been highly impressed by the work undertaken by new United head coach Thomas Christiansen.
NEW Leeds United winger Gjanni Alioski has already picked up one prize as far as this season’s Sky Bet Championship is concerned. The Macedonian’s blistering strike in last month’s 2-0 victory at Nottingham Forest was not surprisingly named goal of the month for August. Alioski, though, knows the biggest prize of all – promotion – is some way off at the beginning of September.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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