Next Saturday the wolves will visit our dear Elland road.
our results have not been so good this season, but I think the bottom has been reached.
The last game was the worst game we have played under Bielsa.
we are still missing some key players.
Junior-Bamford-Ayling-Koch and Phillips will by missing out tho Phillips might get some minutes.
Now is time for some fringe players to stand up and be counted.
They played for both
Andy LonerganThe goalkeeper had two spells with Leeds, spending both the 2011/12 and 2017/18 campaigns at Elland Road. Prior to his second stint with the Whites, he’d spent 2016/17 at Molineux with Wolves.
Jamie ClaphamClapham made over 250 appearances at Ipswich Town then, after joining Birmingham City, moved to Wolves. During the 2007/08 season, he had a loan spell at Leeds, making 15 outings during his time at Elland Road.
Neill CollinsThe defender initially joined Wolves on loan from Sunderland during 2006/07, before the move was made permanent. From Wolves, he had a loan spell at Leeds during the 2009/10 campaign, in which Leeds won promotion from League One before completing a full transfer.
Paul ButlerStarting out with Rochdale, Butler played for Bury and Sunderland prior to making over 100 appearances for both Wolves and Leeds during his playing career. After his time at Elland Road, he played for MK Dons and Chester City.
Barry DouglasThe full-back joined Leeds United in the summer of 2018 from Wolves, having helped the Molineux outfit win promotion to the Premier League from the Championship. He achieved the same feat at Elland Road last season, before moving on to Blackburn Rovers.
Michael GrayGray made over 400 appearances for Sunderland from 1992-2004, before moving to Blackburn Rovers. He had two loan stints at Leeds, making a total of 16 appearances, prior to transferring to Wolves in 2007.
Jermaine PennantThe winger made his breakthrough at Arsenal and had a loan spell at Leeds from the Gunners, spending 2003/04 at Elland Road. Pennant played 15 times for Wolves during the 2012/13 campaign, when on loan from Stoke City.
Helder CostaJoined Leeds during the summer of 2019 on loan prior to a permanent deal. Like Douglas, Portugal international Costa helped Wolves win promotion to the Premier League in 2018 then did the same thing with the Whites in 2020.
Andy KeoghThe forward started out at Leeds, before joining Scunthorpe United permanently in 2005. A moved to Wolves in 2007, then he returned to Leeds on loan during the 2011/12 season.
Sam VokesCurrently, at Sky Bet Championship outfit Stoke City, Vokes had a loan spell at Leeds from Wolves in 2009. He played a total of 59 times during his time at Molineux, before completing a permanent move to Burnley.
Robbie KeaneThe Republic of Ireland’s record goalscorer started his career at Wolves. After stints at Coventry City and Inter Milan, he joined Leeds and also went on to play for the likes of Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Celtic, and LA Galaxy.