Leeds Fans Question Signing - Another Bright Idea By Orta
Leeds United fans have been questioning another Victor Orta signing as Yosuke Ideguchi cannot get a game at a struggling Spanish Second Division club.
Ideguchi joined Leeds in January from Japanese J-League side Gamba Osaka but he was immediately loaned to Spanish club Cultural Leonesa for the remainder of the season.
The Japanese international, who is hoping to feature at the World Cup finals in Russia this summer, has made just one start in five appearances since his arrival.
He has even been left out of the squad for the past two games despite Leonesa struggling in the Spanish Segunda League and Leeds fans are questioning another signing by Leeds director of football Victor Orta, who has come in for criticism in the past few months.
Another great signing .by orta— Bob Price (@Roicrabier2017) March 11, 2018
Any other club would recall their player when not getting playing time— Tony Fitzgerald (@ScottTonyfitz11) March 11, 2018
@andrearadri please can you explain the logic of instantly loaning out a Leeds player when he hardly ever starts for them. Surely better he is warming our bench then theirs??— Gareth Jones (@garethjonesuk) March 11, 2018
Just plain daft, could easily have been playing for us since day one, keeping fit, getting used to his new club etc.. It's an odd situation.— Ѕi (@LeedsInShetland) March 11, 2018
None of the players Leeds send there feature. Any idea why though? They can't be that bad surely.— Jase (@Jase0909) March 11, 2018
Pointless deal when he's not at Leeds. Just bloody stupid.— Ѕi (@LeedsInShetland) March 11, 2018
Another 500k in the wasted on shite pot.— Mike (@LeedsMJ84) March 11, 2018
Another bright idea by Orta and Leeds United— James (@YorkshireJAMES1) March 11, 2018
Waste of time and effort sending him there.. he would have been better training with the team...— Bite Your Legs (@biteyourlegs) March 11, 2018
Another Orta import at Leeds, Ouasim Bouy, had a similar loan spell with Leonesa in the first half of the season. Bouy, who had agreed a season-long loan, made just four appearances before returning to Elland Road in January.
Both have signed long-term deals at Leeds with Bouy contracted until 2021 and Ideguchi until 2022.
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