Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch has offered a proof for Patrick Bamford lacking out on a spot within the membership’s matchday squad to face Brentford.
Hitman Bamford has after all endured one thing of a nightmare marketing campaign up to now.
Owing to a seemingly unending string of health points, the English worldwide has been restricted to only seven Premier League begins, on his method to a paltry two targets.
Optimistic indicators, nonetheless, had begun to floor throughout the week up to now, hinting that Bamford might but be accessible for choice for Leeds’ closing day Premier League showdown with Brentford.
The Whites, after all, have made the journey to west London this afternoon, within the data that they should higher the end result secured by Burnley towards Newcastle to make sure the membership’s top-flight standing for an additional season.
All related to the Yorkshire outfit, in flip, have been little doubt left dissatisfied upon affirmation arriving that the aforementioned Bamford had been omitted from not solely their aspect’s beginning XI, however the membership’s squad as an entire on the Brentford Group Stadium:
— Leeds United (@LUFC) May 22, 2022
Talking to the media forward of the motion getting underway within the English capital, Jesse Marsch was due to this fact inevitably drawn on the whereabouts of his star striker.
And, extremely, Leeds’ boss went on to disclose that Bamford, earlier within the week, was deemed ‘match and able to go’ for at present’s conflict.
On Friday, nonetheless, the 28-year-old returned a optimistic check for Covid-19, and has since been left ‘actually, actually sick’.
Marsch on the absence of Bamford. “Firstly, he was match and able to go after which two days in the past, he examined optimistic for COVID, and he’s been actually, actually sick and never been capable of get off the bed. Clearly, it’s unlucky for him and us. He wasn’t ready to journey.” #LUFC
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