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15/04/2018 - 15:41 BST

You Give Big Warrior Speech And Then Do That – Former Leeds Star Blasts Whites Duo

 




Former Leeds United star Noel Whelan has criticised Pierre-Michel Lasogga and Pontus Jansson, feeling the pair are not stepping up to the physical challenge the way the Whites need them to.

Jansson was forced off in Tuesday night's defeat against Preston North End with a head injury and as a result missed Friday evening's loss at Aston Villa.




Lasogga meanwhile was overlooked for the starting line-up at Villa Park, but brought off the bench in the 78th minute with Leeds chasing the game.

Whelan was not pleased with what he saw from the on loan German striker, insisting that despite his size he is soft.
 


The former Leeds hitman said on BBC Radio Leeds: "Lasogga, I question his attitude. He's soft. He's always been soft.

"He's a big lump, but he's a big softie.

"That to me was a disgrace. You can't win a ball, you're being muscled out so fall to the ground."

And Whelan also indicated that Jansson also needs to look at himself when it comes to backing up his words off the pitch when he steps on to it.

"I can think of another player who's like that as well, Jansson.

"Where were you? Concussion from heading a ball. You gave a massive big warrior speech a week and a half ago and then you go and do that", he added.

Leeds are now coasting towards a poor end to the season, despite head coach Paul Heckingbottom having stressed the importance of ending the campaign well to take momentum into the summer.

Next up for the 14th placed Whites is a visit from Heckingbottom's former club Barnsley on Saturday.