Leeds United fans on Twitter aren’t too worried about a potential stumbling block next season, as they showed little concern about their lack of quality centre-back options.
Indeed, United are looking rather light at centre-back after selling Pontus Jansson just a season after making the division’s Team of the Year.
Ben White was brought in on loan from Brighton, but he has never played above League One level, and Gaetano Berardi has proven himself to be a liability at times as he has been sent off more than any other Leeds player in history, other than Alan Smith.
Fans largely weren’t concerned by this though. One Twitter user expressed that he was worried about the idea of starting White or Berardi next season, but his concerns were met with backlash with supporters saying things will be ok and that Marcelo Bielsa knows what he’s doing.
Here’s what the Elland Road faithful have been saying on Twitter…
I tend to trust Bielsas opinion rather than Worried Nathan on Twitter.
— Carajo Leeds (@CarasSucias1957) July 24, 2019
Seasons coming and your emotion is worried? That’s sad…after watching our best season by miles in 15yrs, I’m massively excited. Not arsed about more signings, not concerned Paddy hasn’t scored in pre season, Leeds are a force again, and it’s ace!! #lufc
— Voodoo Ray (@tuffsy13) July 24, 2019
Don’t need Bielsa, Radz needs to now we’ve got Nathan ???? the saviour is come ????
— Johnny Stackhouse (@JohnnyStackLUFC) July 23, 2019
Why, what is wrong with White, probably better than Cooper.
— Glyn Gillard (@GillardGlyn) July 23, 2019
Didn’t we do that last season? Can’t you remember how we started? ???? you never know my friend us crying about it won’t change anything, less stressful with the “what will be will be” attitude ☺️
— Stu (@RealStuu) July 24, 2019
Did we not start with Berra and coops last season and go unbeaten ?? Mmmm
— stephen darcy (@noeliam2009) July 23, 2019
Don’t worry about White he will be fine!!
— Gareth Edwards is a god????????❤️Wales and LUFC. (@AndyDuffield1) July 24, 2019
Shhhh it’ll be ok
— #lufc Response Unit (@stevie_lufc) July 24, 2019