Leeds United have suffered some serious injuries in recent weeks as they prepare for a frenetic series of championship games.
There was news today that revealed that Pablo Hernandez, Kemar Roofee and Gaetano Berardi would miss the big game against Millwall on Saturday.
However, the club has now offered a more specific update on the status of its injured players, with Head of Medicine and Performance Rob Price describing the absence of multiple players on the club's website.
???? | #LUFC Head of Medicine and Performance Rob Price gives an update on the injured players in the club
– Leeds United (@LUFC) September 13, 2018
He revealed that Patrick Bamford will miss four months while Berardi will remain on the sidelines for about three weeks.
There was also bad news about two of the standout players this season, Roofe had a calf injury that keeps him out for two to three weeks.
In the meantime, the Spanish playmaker Hernandez could be out for five weeks.
However, there was some good news for the Whites fans, with Jamie Shackleton likely to return to training in the next seven days.
Ultimately, however, it confirmed that many advocates fear they will miss some key players in the crucial upcoming games.
That's how they responded to Twitter on Twitter …
The international break was nice then ???? #lufc
– Lee Thompson (@lufcThommo) September 13, 2018
Seriously, I just want to be dead after I read that
– Dan Berry (@ DanielB466) September 13, 2018
Can not pretend that reads well … ????
– Dirty Leeds Scum (@DirtyLeedsFC) September 13, 2018
That must be the most depressing tweet I've ever read from the club.
– Aran Huseyin (@ Aran_Huseyin1) September 13, 2018
Be easier to tell us who is fit
– Nicholas Pidcock (@ Nick_Pidcock1) September 13, 2018
Clarke for Hernandez and Pontus instead of Berardi is just a bonus tbh. Roberts or Edmunson have a real chance over the next three weeks! Or Brown, when he's ready! We'll be fine guys, do not worry. MOT
– Hussey ♠ ⛳ (@ Ryan_Hussey) September 13, 2018
– Adam (@ AdamRoD87) September 13, 2018
Everyone else thinks we are still going up.
– Luke Maloney (@ Luke_Maleoneyy) September 13, 2018