Leeds United forward Tyler Roberts has shared his delight at the EFL giving the green light for the Championship to restart.
The EFL confirmed on Sunday evening that they have set the provisional date of the 20th of June, only three days after the Premier League returns.
Monday saw outrage from fellow Championship clubs though, with Queens Park Rangers revealing that they are appalled at the decision.
That isn’t the same at Thorp Arch though, with Leeds and their players chomping at the bit to get back to action in the Championship.
Roberts is one of those who are finding it hard to hide his excitement at the restart, sharing his thoughts on his personal Twitter account.
“Things you LOVE to see,” he wrote.
— Tyler Roberts (@official_tyro) May 31, 2020
That is a different opinion to many currently in the Championship at this moment in time, especially teams such as QPR and Charlton.
Charlton boss Lee Bowyer confirmed on Monday that three of his players, including star striker Lyle Taylor, will not play once the season resumes.
That would be a massive hindrance to the Whites, who as it stands have a squad full of hungry players wanting to earn promotion, or as Roberts describes it finish their unfinished business.
Liam Cooper also shared that view, describing the weekend in which they could have sealed promotion against Charlton as one that was robbed from them.
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