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15/05/2019 - 15:33 BST

Photo: We’ve Got Soul – Leeds United Supremo Hails Image Message


Leeds United chairman Andrea Radrizanni has referred to the Whites as a club with a soul after responding to an image of Victor Orta putting out scarves at Elland Road ahead of their playoff semi-final second leg against Derby County.

Marcelo Bielsa’s men will book their berth in the promotion playoff final against Aston Villa at Wembley, if they manage to see off the challenge from Derby this evening.


The Whites have a slender 1-0 lead from the first leg at Pride Park last week and will be eyeing making the best use of their vociferous home advantage in the return leg.

And ahead of their crucial meeting with the Rams, an image of Leeds director of football Victor Orta laying down scarves at Elland Road emerged.


Whites owner Radrizanni has responded to the image posted by referring to his team as a club with a soul.

“A club with Soul”, Radrizanni wrote on Twitter after retweeting the image.

Leeds will be eyeing maintaining their perfect record against Derby in the Championship during the second leg at Elland Road this evening.


However, the Whites will be without the services of Kemar Roofe, who picked up an injury during the first leg, despite scoring the decisive goal at Pride Park.

In addition to Roofe, Adam Forshaw is also expected to miss the game, while Pontus Jansson remains doubtful due to injury.