Please leave him there, Atrocious – Leeds fans destroy 24-y/o first-half display v Myanmar
Leeds United played their second match of their controversial tour of Myanmar today and fans found even more to moan about while watching the live stream on the official app – this time around it was 24-year-old striker Caleb Ekuban.
After losing to the Myanmar All-Stars on Wednesday, and being pictured at monuments in sarongs, the Leeds team are now playing the Myanmar national team but they’re still finding it hard to score.
After Jay-Roy Grot came in for the bulk of supporter’s criticism last game, it’s his strike partner Caleb Ekuban who was having to deflect the Twitter barbs on Friday.
He missed three great chances to score in the first 45 minutes, which absolutely sums up his season at Elland Road.
There seems to be some semblance of a good striker in there, but he can’t seem to convert chances and that’s a big issue.
If he was hoping to get a confidence boost in today’s game against lowly opposition, it hasn’t worked out that way so far and fans are starting to despair.
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Here are the best reactions from fans to his first 45 minutes:
Please leave ekuban there #lufc
— Neil (@Cheaproomsuk) May 11, 2018
Can anyone confirm that caleb ekuban is an actual pro football player.hes totally abysmal along with grot and okane #LUFC
— Danny Sheppard (@daniels60320390) May 11, 2018
Caleb Ekuban is atrocious! that is all… #lufc
— eltel89 (@eltel89) May 11, 2018
Haha Ekuban is getting worse #lufc
— Micky Padge (@mickipadgett) May 11, 2018
Caleb Ekuban has missed around 4 good chances in a game where seriously a decent pub player would score, lads absolutely awful #LUFC
— Jack Pearson (@JackTPearson) May 11, 2018
Ekuban again blasting into the stands, when will this nightmare end? #lufc
— Ben Phelps (@benphelps17) May 11, 2018
I bet Ekuban would miss even if there's no goalkeeper
— Graham (@GrahamJ85853102) May 11, 2018
— Mattie Wilson (@lids1971) May 11, 2018
He never even looks like scoring. That’s the problem.
— Carl Gould (@carlgtgould) May 11, 2018
Phillips, Vieira & Ekuban need leaving there
— Matt Hill (@MattyHill83) May 11, 2018