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10th Mar, 2017 | 6:04pm

Leeds fans urge Monk to recall midfielder v QPR

By Harvey Byrne

Leeds fans have urged Garry Monk to recall attacker Pablo Hernandez to the starting line-up ahead of Saturday afternoon’s clash against QPR.

The 31-year-old attacking midfielder was left on the bench in the midweek 1-1 draw with Fulham with Kemar Roofe taking up the position behind the striker.

However, following the stalemate supporters now want to see the Spaniard make his return to the first-team squad.

Hernandez has played a pivotal part in his first season at Leeds with his loan deal being turned into a permanent in January.

His set-pieces are also a huge asset to Monk’s team and fans on social media have called for the player to return to the line-up on Saturday afternoon.

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Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:

Hernandez has played in 28 matches for Leeds in all competitions this season, bringing a return of four goals and eight assists.

He himself will be keen to remain playing a key role in the Yorkshire giants’ team as they aim for a play-off finish with 10 matches of the season left.

Their Saturday opponents are currently sat down in mid-table in 14th and it is thought that they are only playing for pride at this late stage.

In other Leeds news, David Prutton believes the Yorkshire giants must start this 25-year-old against QPR.

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