January 16, 2024

Saturday night’s thrilling comeback victory over Sunderland by Ipswich Town ended a difficult run of results, and analyst Adrian Clarke revealed what Kieran McKenna had told him about Leeds United.


After Jack Clarke gave Sunderland the lead, Ipswich stormed back to win 2-1, with Leif Davis setting up Conor Chaplin’s winning goal. Their last five league games had ended in defeat.


Southampton is currently enjoying a fantastic run of play; they have won 20 straight games and haven’t dropped a game since September. Leeds has triumphed 3-0 in their last three games.


With three games remaining, the Saints trail Ipswich by just three, and lead fourth-place Leeds by seven points. After seeing Leeds and Southampton win earlier in the day, it was imperative for Ipswich to maintain the lead.


This week, after his team defeated Michael Beale’s team, former Football League great Clarke told the What The EFL podcast that he spoke with the Ipswich boss about the promotion chase.


After the Stoke draw, Clarke stated, “I spoke to McKenna and he was very chilled, like he is not worried.” “We are just enjoying the season; all the pressure is on Southampton and Leeds,” he remarked.


“I believe that could help the athletes relax if it rubs off on them. Southampton is under pressure because most people now practically believe they will overtake Ipswich and finish in second place, but they must earn it.

According to Kieran McKenna, Southampton and Leeds are under pressure.


He is accurate. With parachute payments, the two biggest teams are Leeds and Southampton. It is unfortunate news if either the Saints or we fail to advance this season against Leicester, who are heavy favourites to win the league.


There will be player departures, a decline in funds, and an increased likelihood of Championship obscurity. The best probability of a return is an instant return. Leeds, though, will feel assured once more.


There is still a lot more football to be played. Leeds is winning games handily, and this weekend they will play on Sunday with an advantage over other teams. McKenna adores Leeds’ fashion sense.


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