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Leeds United News: Marcelo Bielsa and Pontus Jannson speak ahead of Swansea clash

Leeds United News: Marcelo Bielsa and Pontus Jansson of Leeds United attended the press conference ahead of their clash against Swansea.


Bielsa commenced with a crucial update of Jack Clarke as the winger is under supervision.

The teenager was rushed to the hospital after he fell ill during the game against Middlesbrough.

The Argentine manager later offered his thoughts on the passing of Gordon Banks. He stated that Banks will go down as one of the best goalkeepers in history.

Biesla further commented on his side’s late comeback against Boro on Saturday as he took the outcome as a positive one.

Marcelo also discussed his team news for their game against Swansea. He mentioned Adam Forshaw’s unavailability and Izzy brown’s inclusion in the squad.

Most importantly, he shared his views on the injured Luke Ayling. Marcelo called Luke as one of the best defenders and added the Ayling always been a key player for the side.

The defender suffered a knee ligament injury in the game against Nottingham Forest months ago.

Marcelo spoke about the injured stars Bellari and Dallas as they are slated to play U-23 games in the coming days and their progress would be monitored.

Pontus Jansson speaks

Pontus Jansson of Leeds United.
Pontus Jansson

Following Bielsa, Jansson answered the questions that were put against him.

The defender had an amazing day in the game against Middlesbrough which ended as a stalemate. His stats proved to be an eye-catching one

When asked about the Championship, he replied that every game couldn’t be taken for granted. And he cites the rest of the games as finals.

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He opened up about his view on the manager as he hails the Argentine as one of the best in the world. Jansson added the Whites are fortunate enough to have him at the helm.

Leeds are currently second in the EFL Championship table.