Leeds United has struggled at left-back for a lot of years. Leeds has struggled to find a long-term replacement for the several left-sided defenders who have come and gone, and that problem still exists.

Sam Byram returned to Leeds during the summer after departing for West Ham in January of 2016. However, Byram has been limited both this season and in the second half of the campaign due to injury.

nior Firpo, who is currently away with the Dominican Republic and is likely to miss Friday’s outing against Watford, is first choice. But Firpo is far from the player we thought we were getting from Barca.

Indeed, the left-back slot has not been held down since Charlie Taylor left the club in 2017. Barry Douglas, Gjanni Alioski, Laurens De Bock and Firpo have come in to solve the issue – but they have failed to do so.

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First choice Junior Firpo is expected to miss Friday’s match against Watford while on tour with the Dominican Republic. However, Firpo is not the player we were expecting from Barcelona.Since Charlie Taylor left the team in 2017, the left-back position has, in fact, not been occupied. Despite their best efforts, Barry Douglas, Gjanni Alioski, Laurens De Bock, and Firpo have not been able to resolve the problem.Premier League: Burnley FC vs. West Ham UnitedJustin Setterfield took the picture/Getty ImagesCharlie Taylor discusses his future after being linked to Leeds in January. The 30-year-old has been connected to a return to Leeds. In January even, following links in”I’m just delighted to be playing every week; I’m not really thinking ahead to anything after the summer. I’m having fun playing football and doing everything I can to help this team move up the table and stay out of trouble.

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