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15/04/2018 - 21:37 GMT

Why Aren’t They Doing It – Former Leeds Star Blasts Post-Match Fitness Commitment of Whites Substitutes


Noel Whelan was left unhappy on Friday night when Leeds United's substitutes against Aston Villa did not emerge to do a round of fitness training post match.

Substitutes who have not played or only played a small part in games often take part in a number of fitness exercises after the match.

But former Leeds star Whelan was left angry at not seeing substitutes in the 1-0 loss to Aston Villa completing their fitness work post match.

He asked the question why they were not doing the exercises and questioned their commitment.

"It's bugging me. I hate it. I don't see why three of the substitutes who didn't get on, [Vurnon] Anita, the young lad [Pascal Struijk] and [Eunan] O’Kane, [Jay-Roy] Grot’s come on for what, 15 minutes, [Pierre-Michel] Lasogga on for ten", Whelan remarked on BBC Radio Leeds.

"Usually substitutes come out there and do the fitness training as well because they've not had enough of a game.

"They aren't even out there doing the running! Why?

"Every single game they do it [the post-match fitness training].


Leeds' players have faced accusations from some fans that, with nothing left to play for this season, they have already downed tools and are waiting for the summer to roll around.

But head coach Paul Heckingbottom will demand a performance next weekend when his former club Barnsley visit Elland Road for a Championship game.