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The most recent Leeds United news as the Whites attempt to move past their loss to Southampton.

Here are the most recent Leeds United news stories for October 2, 2023.

Jermaine Beckford, a former striker for Leeds United, thinks Southampton’s strategy on Saturday caught Leeds United off guard. Daniel Farke’s team came into the match against St. Mary’s in good form, but they ended up losing 3-0.

Beckford said to Sky Sports, “I think Southampton’s game plan completely threw Leeds United off.” It was quite annoying. They never seemed to find their rhythm and, particularly in that opening half, they trailed most of the balls.

“Southampton was outstanding. They changed their game plan very fast and very well, moving the ball incredibly well and not keeping it in the back as I had anticipated. Leeds United gave a performance that was out of the ordinary, and I don’t anticipate seeing it anytime soon.

After a disastrous start at Southampton, Daniel Farke was deterred from using the axe by embarrassment.

Tyler Adams, a former midfielder for Leeds United, suffered a new hamstring injury ahead to Bournemouth’s loss against Arsenal, and it appears like he may need to spend more time on the sidelines. The American international, who departed Elland Road for £23 million, has only recently fully recovered from a hamstring injury he sustained while playing for Leeds.

Adams missed the final few months of the campaign since he was unable to participate in their relegation playoff run. Midweek, during the Cherries’ 2-0 Carabao Cup victory over Stoke City, he made his debut for the team.

Andoni Iraola did not include the former Whites midfielder in his team to take on the Gunners. Bukayo Saka, Martin Odegaard, Kai Havertz, and Ben White scored for Mikel Arteta’s team to secure all three points, while Adams was ruled out for the foreseeable future after being rated fit to play in midweek.

Iraola told the Daily Echo in a press conference following the loss to Arsenal: “I don’t know what to call it, a setback, but he is not feeling well. He has been away for a considerable amount of time, therefore we must reevaluate, start over, and make wise choices while considering all options.

He will undoubtedly be absent for a while, it is true. It appears to be the same region. It’s true that he is having hamstring pain, albeit I couldn’t tell you if it’s in the precise same spot.

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