Peter Crouch has claimed that the absence of fans at Elland Road this season could have an adverse effect on Leeds. Supporters were set to return to stadiums in limited numbers next month but an increase in coronavirus cases means the situation will be reviewed again. And former Liverpool and Tottenham striker Crouch has admitted that could damage Leeds in particular.
Peter Crouch said “I played at Elland Road a few times and, I mean this in the most respectful sense, it was horrible, The fans make it an ordeal for visiting supporters and I can remember the buzz there for Marcelo Bielsa’s first match against Stoke two years ago. In the Premier League, the intensity would have been even greater and would have given them such a lift. It’s hard to put a points tally on what their supporters would be worth but I can assure you a full Elland Road would make a positive difference.”
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