Date: 18th January 2021 at 8:40am
Written by:

Leeds United fans on Twitter have been responding to the latest social media post from Brighton & Hove Albion defender Ben White. 

This comes after White shared a post on his official Twitter page after helping his side beat Marcelo Bielsa’s team 1-0 at Elland Road in the Premier League.

1 of 7

Nice easy one to start off with, what number does Phillips wear for Leeds United?

In his post, White, who spent the previous season on loan at Leeds, included an image of himself in action for Brighton against the Yorkshire club.

In his caption,White said that it was “amazing to come back and see the lads,” but said the win for Brighton was “brilliant.”

This post then gathered a lot of replies from Leeds fans who were quick to share their responses to White.

So, what did these Leeds fans have to say in response to this post from White?

“Miss you Ben” 


Great performance from you Ben. Shame it wasn’t for Leeds but still pleased to see you doing well after you were so integral for #lufc last season. Hope you got to catch up with Kalvin. All the best for the future”


You had a great game, hope to see you back where you belong sooner than later! #mot #lufc” 


“Best player on the park today lad, everything MB taught you and more displayed in a fantastic DM performance” 


Nice to see you back home Ben! You appeared to have the wrong colour shirt on though we miss you”


“Well played today young man, we’ll hopefully see you in the white shirt again someday” 


“You played quality like always, just a shame it wasnt for us. Good luck for the rest of your season ben” 


Looking at the replies to this post, it appears that these Leeds fans are still big admirers of White despite him not being at the club anymore.

The fact that they are sharing these positive messages to him shows that he made a big impact on the fans while he was a Leeds player.

Do you think Ben White will ever play for Leeds again?





Given that during his loan spell at Leeds, White played every minute of every game they had in the Championship, this shows that he had a significant impact on the team as well. He achieved an average rating of 7.09 in the Championship last season, which made him the fifth-highest ranked Leeds player.