Leeds United fans on Twitter: ‘The Pope’s a Leeds fan!’

Pope Francis waves as he leaves at the end of his weekly general audience, St. Peter's Square, at the Vatican. PIC: AP
Pope Francis waves as he leaves at the end of his weekly general audience, St. Peter's Square, at the Vatican. PIC: AP
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We round up what Leeds United fans are discussing on social media.

@lens1312. Possibly will turn out player of the season, keep it up pablo you’re a little legend .

@Bateeey. Pablos been decent, but feel this should of gone to roofe. Hes the one keeping bamford on the bench atm.

@Tonylufc28. Well done too the little magic man. Love Pablo. Remember he had offers to return to his homeland with his wife & kids before signing his new contract but decided to stay because of his love for the fans & club & his urge to get us back to the pl. He deseves nothing more. #lufc.

@DanSamme. Why when Klopp plays his heavy metal football is it lauded by press & former pros that it’s wonderful that the players buy in etc. Bielsa plays a high energy style and it’s all, “it’ll never work, they’ll be knackered” etc.(I admire Liverpool’s style of play btw)#lufc.

@BC_LUFC. When Forshaw is back I wouldn’t put him in the starting 11. None of the 3 CM’s deserved to be dropped.

@LufcSZN. It’s good to see that Marcelo Bielsa has stuck with Bailey Peacock-Farrell as Leeds number 1 this season with the club signing Jamal Blackman #LUFC #MOT.

@Twitterwhites. The Pope’s a Leeds fan! You know he will have heard of Bielsa, Both being Argentinian n all that. We now have literally a Devine right to win. Well that’s how I see it in my head anyway? #lufc.

@cawthornejosh. Cellino gets the pitch blessed by Monsignor Philip Moger of St Anne’s Cathedral. Radrizzani one ups him by converting the Pope into a #lufc fan .