Leeds fans urge Christiansen to start summer signing v Fulham
By Harvey Byrne
Leeds fans have taken to Twitter to urge manager Thomas Christiansen to start summer signing Samu Saiz in Tuesday’s Championship clash against Fulham.
The 26-year-old attacker was handed a start in last Wednesday’s clash against Port Vale in the League Cup, where he managed to bag a hat-trick in front of the Elland Road crowd.
However, he was then pushed back to the bench in Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Preston in the league and he was restricted to a 29 minute cameo.
Now, supporters are keen for Saiz to start against Fulham as they aim to continue their unbeaten start under Christiansen.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Fulham tonight. Vieira for Phillips, saiz for Pablo. 3points ordered.
— Daz ✊ (@hobsterlobster) August 15, 2017
Ayling Pontus coops CBJ
Roofe Saiz Dallas
— Danny ???? (@DannyBoy1da) August 15, 2017
Saiz HAS to start against Fulham and Sunderland. HAS to happen.
— RamblingsoftheSS (@_ROTSS_) August 14, 2017
Wiedwald Ayling Cooper Jansson Jackson Okane Bridcutt Dallas Saiz Alioski Wood
— FreddyLUFC (@freddydalt) August 14, 2017
Roofe Pablo Alioski were all poor, Phillips good at winning the ball but poor on it, Dallas, Saiz and Vieira to come in for me vs Fulham.
— Macca (@reltonml01) August 14, 2017
Thought we at least had some flair yesterday in pockets. For me Viera, Bridcutt, Saiz and Green should all start vs Fulham #LUFC
— Marty Butt (@MartyButt) August 13, 2017
Sauz completed a move from Spanish club Huesca in July after previously being on the books of Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid alongside being capped at Under-19 level for Spain.
He agreed a four-year contract on his move to Leeds and he will be hoping to help the club win promotion back to the Premier League during his time at Elland Road.
But, the club’s immediate focus will be on achieving the victory against Fulham at Elland Road on Tuesday after the London club beat them to a play-off spot in the last campaign.
In other Leeds news, Neil Redfearn gave his verdict on Borthwick-Jackson’s display against Preston.