There is a whole new batch of Leeds United fixtures for fans to enjoy as another Premier League season approaches.
The Elland Road team kicked off their new season with a visit to Wolverhampton Wanderers this afternoon.
It will be Leeds’ first competitive game since he last avoided relegation with his teeth under Jesse Marsh, and maintained his place in the Premier League on an exciting final day of the 2021-22 period.
West Yorkshire club enjoyed a busy summer and invested fairly heavily, spending £90m.
Then again, Marsh Ravenha and Calvin Phillips lost to Barcelona and Manchester City respectively.
Robbie Savage expects Leeds to be relegated this season, commenting that he feels Marsh’s side will be 18th in the standings.
He told The Mirror: “Jesse Marsh may have dodged a bullet in May, but it was too close – losing Ravenha’s flair, and Calvin Phillips anchoring midfield, wouldn’t help. Marsh has spent a lot of money – around £90m – on seven new faces But nothing excites me and I’m sorry to say that Leeds might be going down.”
Some Leeds supporters may hate to admit it, but Savage mayo You have a point.
Virtually none of the pre-season recruits have experience in the Premier League and this is a difficult division to adapt to right away.
Ravenha has taken English football like a duck in the water, but so is Rafinha, a rare breed who now plays for one of the world’s biggest clubs, two years after joining United.
his loss And the Phillips can be malicious and it would be interesting to see how they behave.
In other news, Wolves cannot allow Nottingham Forest to sign the £16m Bruno Lage needs.
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