clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Morning Leeds-in for 2 March: Kemar Roofe and Pablo Hernandez might miss Boro match

Plus links for the day

Cardiff City v Leeds United - Sky Bet Championship Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images

Kemar Roofe and Pablo Hernandez might miss the trip to the Riverside Stadium tomorrow, at least if the match isn’t called off because of snow and ice on the roads.

Paul Heckingbottom said that the two of them may not be risked with the number of fixtures coming up and the desire to not unnecessarily risk them. Roofe probably wouldn’t be a starter anyway, and with Gjanni Alioski and Stuart Dallas having good games against Brentford, and with Samu Saiz back, the club isn’t as reliant on Hernandez to drive the play forward.

So will the club miss them? Pablo can still ignite a match coming on a substitute, and Roofe seems to often play better as a sub, but as long as the the Leeds players play the way they are supposed to, there are better options available to start and see off the match.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Leeds will be on Sky TV, and the date and time of the fixture has changed. [Through It All Together]

Tony Pulis is happy “justice” was done and Adama Traore will be available for Boro against Leeds United tonight (if the match doesn’t get called off). Having seen the incident that got Traore the red, Pulis confirms my belief that he’s an idiot. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England & English Football Links

Arsenal lost to Manchester City 3-0 as Arsenal continues to struggle. [Bitter & Blue]

Aden Flint signed a new contract at Bristol City. [Sky Sports.com]

So far, so good. England women beat France 4-1 in Phil Neville’s debut as manager. [Sky Sports.com]

World Football Links

Season Preview for the Philadelphia Union. The MLS season starts this weekend. [Brotherly Game]

Neymar is out for the rest of the season, as the PSG and Brazil forward will undergo surgery this weekend. [BBC.com]

Chapecoense defender Alan Rushel, one of the survivors of the plane crashed that killed most of the Brazilian team and its staff, has a signed a new contract at the club. [BBC.com]

Barcelona dropped points against minnows Las Palmas, slumping to a 1-1 draw. [Barca Blaugranes]