Your Leeds United views: Strength in depth next phase for Rosler to tackle

Jordan Botaka.
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This summer’s transfer has been the main topic of conversation among the Leeds United faithful.

RammyWhite, via yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk

I’ve been pleased with the work that’s been done this close season at Elland Road.

Whilst I still believe Massimo Cellino to be something of loose cannon, working with Adam Pearson has, hopefully, calmed him down a bit.

There’s a good overall look to the squad, and they’re playing more as a team than I can remember for a long time.

We still lack strength in depth to my way of thinking, but, hopefully, we’ll have a good season and something to build on.

Who cares what other fans think – ignore them!

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Happy with the transfer activity

WhiteRoseWarrior, via yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk

I have to say I’m happy with the transfer activity this summer by Leeds United.

I would have liked a couple more in, maybe, but we have a strong starting 11 with enough cover bar any serious injuries.

I see Sheffield Wednesday and Derby fans calling us ‘peasants’ but let’s see what mess they are in when they fail to get promoted.

You don’t have to look too far in this division for clubs that have overspent and failed.

Too soon to get over-excited

whiteblob, via yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk

Jordan Botaka is a good signing but I’m not getting over-excited as he augments the squad and isn’t – yet – a jewel in the crown.

I think we now have a squad and a manager to push us into the top quarter of the league. However, we’re maybe a centre-back light, and another left sided player.

A lot rests now on the development of players with potential.

We need another 10 per cent improvement from the likes of Alex Mowatt, Lewis Cook, Chris Wood and Sam Byram. These are the real talent at the club – players who can make the difference between us and the rest of the league.

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