Football took a back seat on Saturday when Jack Clarke was worryingly stretchered off after receiving medical attention on the Leeds United bench against Middlesbrough and it is easy to understand why the Elland Road faithful are delighted with Angus Kinnear’s official statement on the winger. It seems as though it was only a scare and nothing else for the young winger and while he might be missing from training for the rest of the week his health is all that matters to the supporters. He will miss the Swansea game in midweek and that is a shame considering how impressive he has played this season but with a gap until their next fixture, there is no better time for him to take off and make sure he is fit and firing for the rest of the season. The way these Leeds players have been worked by Marcelo Bielsa, Clarke will not be the only one needing a breather and hopefully he will be back joining his teammates on the training ground as well as out on the pitch in no time.
???? | "Everything is looking well" Angus Kinnear provides an update on Jack Clarke, and thanks football fans from around the world for their messages
— Leeds United (@LUFC) February 10, 2019
This is Futbol has gathered a selection of the supporters’ tweets:
Great news Jack . Take all the time you need . Rest up and come back only when you’re ready . MOT
— Matt Bullock (@mattatwiggin) February 10, 2019
Great to hear
— Dave Ledward (@Social_NWales) February 10, 2019
Glad to hear you’re up and about Clarkey! Look after yourself, the lads have got this. ????????
— Jericho Keys (@JerichoKeys) February 10, 2019
Glad you’re ok mate was really concerned. Get well and see you bk on the pitch soon hopefully ????????
— Paul (@Carters_Paul) February 10, 2019
— Tommo (@LUFC1992) February 10, 2019
Everyone was worried sick about you Jack, so glad you're ok
— Nicky ???????? (@reckoner29) February 10, 2019
So happy he is ok
— Tiger Steel???????? (@TigerSteel6) February 10, 2019
Glad to hear feeling better, here is to a speedy full recovery
— Mark Reid (@witneywhite) February 10, 2019
Have a rest and get well soon.We all had a scare yesterday.Thoughts with you and your family.Take care Jack
— John Mechem (@jmechem1919) February 10, 2019
Great to see you back on your feet lad. Get well soon.
— Jamie O (@JimJamTheMonk) February 10, 2019