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Brian Deane claims he is a big fan of Daniel Farke’s work at Leeds, something that previous managers weren’t

The first of Leeds United’s last three league games takes place at The Riverside in Teesside on Monday night, which promises to be one of the team’s biggest games of the season.

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With Southampton losing and Leicester City winning over the weekend, with Ipswich Town not playing, Leeds has a great opportunity to seize the opportunity and go back into the top two spots, above Ipswich.

In his comments about the match, Lee Sharpe expressed his hope that Leeds would prevail. They will play a team that has won five of its last six games under Michael Carrick and is undefeated in nine.

Luke Ayling, who is on loan at Boro and has contributed five assists in 17 appearances, has been a major factor in that. One of those assists helped Boro achieve a 1-1 draw against Ipswich the previous game, which benefited Leeds.

Leeds’ match against Middlesbrough tonight is an essential must-win.

Naturally, Ayling is not allowed to play against his parent club because he is on loan at Boro. Sam Greenwood is in the same boat. But Jonny Howson, the captain of the Boro, will be facing Leeds.

Additionally, Carrick’s first-team coach Jonathan Woodgate. A pivotal match with the opportunity to return to the top two. Leeds could have to settle for a spot in the play-offs at the end of the season if they lose.

Daniel Farke’s tactics must be spot on if Leeds are to win. After a very tough start that gave us little chance of finishing in the top two, Farke has led us to a potential spot in the top two.

Daniel Farke receives praise from Brian Deane, who likens him to Jesse Marsch.

Leeds legend Brian Deane, who played three seasons at Middlesbrough between 1998 and 2001, praised Farke’s efforts in an interview with LUTV prior to the match, claiming he is doing something Jesse Marsch didn’t.

It has been a huge success. Enter Daniel Farke, who stabilized the ship. Being in charge of Leeds is not an easy task. I was hoping to see someone a little more grounded after watching what I’ve seen in the last several seasons.

About the communications that are being released. The management has, to tell the truth, done that. From what I’ve observed, Daniel Farke is the type of manager that speaks honestly, and it appears that the players have responded to that.

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