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14/04/2019 - 12:33 BST

Not What You Want – Leeds United Star On Liam Cooper Injury Blow

 




Jack Harrison believes Leeds United did well to cope with the loss of Liam Cooper just before the game against Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, as it was a blow before kick off.

Marcelo Bielsa was forced into making a change to his starting eleven just before the game against the Owls after Cooper pulled up with a muscle injury during the warm-up.




The injury suffered by Cooper meant he could play no part in the Championship game and Bielsa brought in Gaetano Berardi to replace the centre-back.

Harrison, who scored the winning goal on Saturday, admits it was not the ideal start for Leeds to lose a player of Cooper’s quality and presence on the pitch.

 


However, he feels Berardi showed during the game why he is still an important member of the squad with his performance on the pitch.

The Leeds winger said on LUTV: “Obviously it was not ideal.

 


“He trained hard but it was unfortunate for him, pulling out before the game.

“It is not what you want before a game but Bera came in and had an impact on the game.

“You can see the way he plays, he is so passionate about the team and that depth is important.

“I thought we did well despite everything going against us.”


It remains to be seen whether Cooper recovers in time to face Wigan at Elland Road on Good Friday.