Stuart Dallas

Leeds United have actually published a dazzling tweet about Stuart Dallas and the Whites fans are simply loving it.

Dallas has actually been exceptional when again for Leeds this season, and the Yorkshire club have actually published his season heat map.

Water covers two-thirds of the Earth, Stuart covers the rest!

— Leeds United (@LUFC) February 24, 2021

Dallas has made 25 appearances in the Premier League this season. He has scored five goals, provided two assists and played in several positions.

The 29- year-old was simply exceptional in the Championship last season, and he has been brilliant when again in the Premier League. He is the embodiment of consistency, and one Leeds fan has appropriately compared him with club legend Paul Madeley.

To be fair, if Meslier is unavailable, I would much rather Dallas than the other alternative.

— Rev. A Mol (@RevAMol) February 24, 2021

I wasn’t convinced by Dallas prior to Bielsa, like a lot of gamers, how I was wrong! Been fantastic last couple of seasons under El Loco

— James Pearson (@JamesPearson25) February 24, 2021

Said it before he’s the 21 st century Paul Madeley, he just keeps improving and much better any place he plays

— Rich Barlow (@Richb1169) February 24, 2021

More goals than:

What a kid

— Niall Branton (@NiallBranton) February 24, 2021

Do not believe there’s anyone else in the premier league or other European leagues for that matter that can do what Dallas does for Leeds.

— Richard Smith (@Richard30831484) February 24, 2021

Needs To be up there as one of our finest players. Absolute work horse and great all over the pitch.

— Lew Jay (@xlewjayx) February 24, 2021

Madeley played throughout his profession (1963-1980) at Leeds where he earned a credibility for his versatility. Dallas is gradually reaching that level and he is absolutely crucial to this Leeds side under Marcelo Bielsa.

The Argentine enjoys gamers who can carry out numerous roles and he is getting the very best out of the Northern Ireland protector.

Dallas has actually mainly played as a left-back this season. He was shifted to right-back after both Robin Koch and Diego Llorente got injured.

In the lack of Kalvin Phillips, Bielsa needed to reshuffle his system, and Dallas also played in midfield at times.

Dallas was superb throughout Leeds’ 3-0 win over Southampton where he scored a brilliant objective with a toe-poke.

In case, the hangover of the victory is still on– take a look at Raphinha’s touching tribute to Ronaldinho’s mom.


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