December 12, 2023

By giving him responsibility on the field, Daniel Farke, in Crysencio Summerville’s opinion, has brought out the best in him at Leeds United.


With nine goals and six assists so far this season, most of which have come in the last two months, Summerville is possibly Leeds’ best player of the year.


This season, the 22-year-old has taken center stage at Elland Road after displaying flashes of his potential during the previous campaign, including the victory away to Liverpool.


Summerville acknowledged that some of his former coaches might find him difficult to work with in an interview that he did for the most recent episode of the Official Leeds United Podcast.


Although Jesse Marsch was occasionally one of them during the previous season, Summerville thinks Farke has been able to bring out the best in him because of their conversations.

Summerville thrives on accountability

He remarked, “I was a bit of a hard guy to deal with when I was growing up, but as a manager, if you can deal with me like Daniel Farke is acting with me, I can be the best version of myself.”


“He told me the same thing—I have to fulfill my obligations, but he also gives me freedom to do what I do best, which is what I try to demonstrate every week.”


Having the main man tag this season has really helped Summerville flourish, as he has stated in interviews that he wants to be the reason fans visit the stadium.


This season, only Sammie Szmodics and Adam Armstrong have contributed more goals to the Championship; his play has just been too good for the defenses in this division.


For the past few weeks, pundits have been waxing poetic whenever they have seen him perform; may that trend continue.

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