After Leeds United revealed in a tweet on Twitter that they had signed a deal to partner with video game Football Manager, their fans couldn’t help but make jokes.
The Championship side currently face a dilemma for tomorrow’s match against Bristol City as none of their senior goalkeepers are fit.
💻 | Leeds United announce partnership with Sports Interactive, Sega and its flagship game, @FootballManager
— Leeds United (@LUFC) November 22, 2018
Just last week on-loan Chelsea keeper Jamal Blackman had to be sent back after he broke his leg.
Marcelo Bielsa confirmed that Peacock-Farrell is unlikely to be available.
He said: “It’ll also be difficult for Peacock-Farrell to play because at the end of yesterday’s training session he had a problem with his knee and probably won’t be able to play.”
The goalkeeper crisis means Leeds are understood to have asked the EFL for special dispensation to bring in an emergency goalkeeper.
The club announced yesterday evening that they had partnered with video game Football Manager, however it’s left fans making the same joke because of their keepers out injured – check out what they’re saying on the next page.
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