Your Leeds United views: Stop ‘faffing about’ and hoover up Henry

Rico Henry in action for Walsall against Barnsley. PIC: Bruce Rollinson
Rico Henry in action for Walsall against Barnsley. PIC: Bruce Rollinson
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Walsall’s Rico Henry and the departure of Lewis Cook has been dominating debate among the Elland Road faithful.

Kellybrookfanclub, via website

This WEEK two players linked with Leeds United, Nick Powell and Ashley Fletcher, and who would have been good signings, have gone elsewhere.

Hopefully, this will now spur on the club to stop faffing about and get Rico Henry from Walsall signed up.

He would be a great addition to the squad whether Charlie Taylor goes or not.

Players chasing a ‘pot of gold’

Wheelwright Boy, Leeds

Cookie (Lewis Cook) has loads of potential, but Charlie Taylor is nearer the finished article.

And it looks inevitable that he (Taylor) will leave, and who can blame him for chasing the pot of gold. If we can get the lad from Walsall – Rico Henry? – to replace him and make a profit, then fair enough.

It’ll be interesting to see how Cook, Sam Byram and (probably) Taylor fare in the Premier League; it’s not gone too well for Sam so far.

Optimistic as always – MOT.

Cook departure leaves sour taste

HG Leeds Fan, via website

Too MANY cooks spoil the broth.

No cooks at all will leave us wanting.

Following Leeds is never boring

bigbilly, via website

I’m NOT a Massimo Cellino fan, but I also know a lot who visit the Yorkshire Evening Post webiste probably never watch a game. Also, it’s not that long since Luke Murphy became the first player for years we’d paid over a million for.

We’ve got some quality this year; there’s probably more signings to come AND, if we go over 15,000 season tickets – which I think we will – and if we don’t finish in the top six, a 16 -22 year old could watch games for around £15. That could be halved – £7.50 – so, come on, get behind the lads.

Supporting Leeds United is never boring.

MOT – at least until the world stops going round.

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