By Will Butcher
Leeds fans have called on Twitter for Garry Monk to ignore Souleymane Doukara in favour of versatile forward Kemar Roofe.
Doukara gave former Swansea boss Monk a selection headache last weekend, as his cameo role single handedly provided Leeds with a 2-0 win over Burton.
One of owner Massimo Cellino’s signings, Doukara was bundled over in the penalty area before top scorer Chris Wood converted from the spot in the 82nd minute.
France-born striker Doukara then found the net himself to secure a 2-0 win in the 96th minute, leaving 37-year-old boss Monk with plenty to think about ahead of his selection against Norwich on Saturday.
However, Leeds fans are desperate to see £3million summer signing Roofe start for Leeds, as he looks to finally prove his worth on the left side of Leeds’ attack in place of the injured Stuart Dallas.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Doukara or Roofe to start tomorrow?
— ian slingsby (@slingsby_i) November 4, 2016
so Roofe starts again on Saturday that'll do nicely no point rushing Dallas back if he ain't 100% fit
— Armo #LS39 (@Jordan_Armo) November 3, 2016
Why are Leeds fans ranting about Kemar Roofe being a waste of money? Showed signs of potential and now playing out of position.
— Adam (@adam_kavanagh_) November 2, 2016
#lufc Personally I would play 2 in front of back 4 today one marking Houlahan if you stop him you stop Norwich . Roofe Wood Sacko 3-1 leeds
— Nige (@hectorswhites) November 5, 2016
@PhilHayYEP hope he withdraws. Been a big miss for us. Roofe has done well but Dallas is a different type of player.
— Cumbrian White (@Cumbrian_LUFC30) November 1, 2016
@DecKissane Green, Ayling, Bartley, Jansson, O'Kane, Sacko then he's brought through Vieira with Roofe and Antonsson improving
— Dec Kissane (@DecKissane) November 1, 2016
— Bobby (@bobby_wilson1) October 31, 2016
The League 2 Player of the Season is yet to find the back of the net for the Yorkshire giants this season, despite making 18 league and cup appearances.
A win at Carrow Road could see them move into the playoffs if results go their way, seeing of the Canaries for the second time in two weeks after beating them in the EFL Cup on penalties.
In other Leeds team news, Ian Holloway has predicted Saturday’s encounter between Leeds and Alex Neil’s side.