Supporters of Leeds United have recently reacted to a social media post which was shared on Twitter by German defender Robin Koch.
The centre-back is currently sidelined after recently undergoing a successful knee operation after he had continued to play with an injury since September (per BBC).
It is expected that the player will be out of action for around three months following the surgery.
On Monday evening, the player shared a post on Twitter in which he claimed that he has started to ‘march on‘ with his recovery and that he and the supporters will be ‘marching on together again very soon‘.
Koch also stated: ‘In the next few weeks I will only focus on this and I will give 110% in order to get back on to the pitch.’
After the tweet was shared by the German, lots of Leeds fans flocked to it to air their reactions.
So, what did these Leeds fans have to say following Robin Koch’s Twitter post?
Can’t wait to see you back in the lineup! Definitely missed you the last few games. Wishing a speedy recovery to you bud!
— Samuel Mallows (@MallowsSamuel) December 22, 2020
Glad you’re on the mend Robin. Looking forward to having you back in the team. To be playing as well as you were whilst carrying a knock, you deserve a lot of credit. Rest up and have a good Christmas ??
— BelieverInBielsa?? (@MultiJono88) December 21, 2020
This makes me happy.
— Expert Texpert (@79DAC) December 21, 2020
Would you class Robin Koch as a key player for the Whites?
No, he's not that good
Yes, he's a class player
Need to March on abit faster pal ?? we need you, get well soon
— Dave (@d_bramley) December 21, 2020
All the best,can’t wait to have you back
— Russ??? (@russcausier) December 21, 2020
Get well soon Robin. We need you back ASAP. MOT ??
— Pedroflaherta (@pedroflaherta) December 22, 2020
Over those outings, the centre-back has picked up a relatively decent 6.65/10 average rating, which has made him the Whites’ 11th-best performer in the league.
Team is missing you fella
— PJH LUFC (@pistol1603) December 21, 2020
Love you mate. Can’t wait to see you back on the pitch ???
— Talk About Leeds ? (@talkaboutlufc) December 21, 2020
As can be seen in these responses from Leeds fans, lots of them were keen to air that they are eager to see the German back out on the pitch for the Elland Road club.