Leeds United’s ‘kamikaze defending’ will cease them progressing within the league, in response to former Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor.
The Yorkshire facet are one of the crucial entertaining groups to observe within the Premier League with their free flowing model of soccer which frequently results in loads of objectives at each ends of the pitch.
Undoubtedly Leeds are implausible to observe, their model of play appears them rating a variety of objectives and concede many.
Supervisor Marcelo Bielsa has insisted on this model and it clearly works because the membership completed in a powerful ninth place following their promotion from the Championship.
That being mentioned, Agbonlahor believes that this model of play will cease Leeds progressing and make opposition attakcers lick their lips after they come in opposition to Bielsa’s crew.
He advised talkSPORT: “Leeds going ahead are a pleasure to observe aren’t they, thrilling the best way they play, everybody’s excited.
“I simply have a look at it, they’d wish to progress from final season, they’d wish to end greater than final season.
“For me I don’t assume they’ll as a result of you’ll be able to’t be taking part in how they’re taking part in, it’s kamikaze defending. They’ve conceded seven objectives now in two video games, they’re going to in all probability concede greater than they did final season.
“If Everton are coming to Elland Highway and scoring two, no offence to Everton, what are different groups going to do there?
“If I’m an attacking participant now and I’m taking part in within the Premier League, I might be excited to play in opposition to Leeds.”
Seven objectives in two video games is kind of alarming however it’s nonetheless very early within the season and for somebody with Bielsa’s expertise he’ll undoubtedly change Leeds’ taking part in model if they should.
It’s not the primary time Agbonlahor has made digs about Bielsa’s facet for many of their first marketing campaign again within the high flight.
Earlier within the season, he labelled Bielsa’s techniques ‘naïve’ and mentioned the Leeds boss was a ‘fable’ whereas saying Aston Vills supervisor Dean Smith deserved extra credit score.
The membership didn’t take too kindly to Agbonlahor’s feedback on Twitter and mocked the ex-striker after they beat Villa in October.
Though, he did reluctantly reward the membership for the best way they completed the season, however the former striker seems to not be letting up within the 2021/22 season.