Leeds Boss Daniel Farke ‘temptation’ mooted for Leeds United clash with Stoke City after ‘irresistible’ win v Norwich City…

Leeds Live journalist Beren Cross suggests that Leeds United manager Daniel Farke might consider employing a lineup with six attackers in their upcoming match against Stoke City, drawing inspiration from their impressive 3-2 win over Norwich City on Saturday.

Following their victory, which propelled them to third place in the Championship standings, the question arises whether Farke would consider starting the match with a 3-5-2 formation, even though it appears unlikely. In their game against Norwich, Farke pushed up to field six attackers to press for the three points, putting significant pressure on the home team’s goal.

While acknowledging that the circumstances at the start of the match are different from when they were trailing in the Norwich game, the temptation for Farke to utilize such a formation might be strong, considering the irresistible attacking quality displayed by the team.

Farke has introduced various tactical changes during his tenure at Elland Road, but he has consistently maintained the club’s attacking style. Leeds United boasts a talented group of forwards who bring out the best in each other. This competition for positions is crucial for the club’s aspirations of achieving promotion to the Premier League in their first attempt.

Leeds United: Daniel Farke 'temptation' mooted for Stoke City clash

Despite a strong performance and a brace against Norwich, Crysencio Summerville may not be guaranteed a starting spot against Stoke. He faces competition from other talented players like Jaidon Anthony, Wilfried Gnonto, Daniel James, Joel Piroe, Georginio Rutter, and Patrick Bamford when it comes to the attacking positions. Additionally, the article mentions an unusual clause applied to one of Leeds United’s loaned players, potentially leading to a permanent departure from the club.

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