He’s too lazy; Manager claims Leeds player is very bad in team training

Leeds United boss Daniel Farke reveals Elland Road déjà vu and Owls draw  message to attacker

Daniel Farke and his Leeds United team have undoubtedly benefited from the way the results have turned out over the last few weeks.

Leeds has gradually moved up to second place behind Ipswich Town on goal differential as other Championship teams have continued to lose ground.

Had it not been for a late victory against Rotherham in the 95th minute, Ipswich would have drawn level with Southampton, who trail them by two points following a surprise loss to Hull City.

It is obvious that how things go during the campaign’s business end will depend greatly on the work done now and in the upcoming games.

Everything that’s done on the training pitch has to be spot on, with no mis-steps or shirking from any players.

In that regard, Crysencio Summerville must have grown since Jesse Marsch, the former Leeds manager, made fun of his attempts while the American was in control at Elland Road.

Leeds: Crysencio Summerville on enjoyment at Elland Road - BBC Sport

Yes, a lot is present. It was Kemar Lawrence in New York and Crysencio Summerville in Leeds. In response to the question of which players weren’t giving it their best in training, he stated on the CBS Sports Call It What You Want podcast, “Ademola Lookman maybe in Leipzig.”

“Therefore, you need to respect your players, but you also need to push them and tell them that training properly has more to do with respect from your teammates than it does with earning my respect.”

According to WhoScored, Summerville has so far this season provided 16 goals and 8 assists in what is turning into a fantastic personal season for him.

He must now be doing something correctly in training if he wants to repeat the same performance in games, which should help Leeds get promoted to the Premier League.

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