Leeds fans unveil brilliant new Weston McKennie vocals to the tune of Chaka Khan’s ‘Ain’t Nobody’.
‘Play with Adams, for the USA!’: Leeds fans unveil a brilliant new vocal for Weston McKennie – to the tune of Chaka Khan’s ‘Ain’t Nobody’ as the American midfielder made his debut in the disappointing 1-0 defeat by Nottingham Forest there
Weston McKennie said the American influence at Leeds will help him settle in at his new club but fans are already trying to do their bit for the new midfielder.
McKennie came on as Leeds lost 1-0 to Nottingham Forest in a disappointing result in their battle for survival in the Premier League on Sunday.
But the traveling Leeds supporters were filmed singing a new song to the tune of Chaka Khan’s 1983 hit ‘Ain’t Nobody’ for their midfielder.
“There’s no one like McKennie, plays for USA with Adams,” chanted Leeds fans in the City Ground hall for Sunday’s game.
McKennie became the third United States international to join Leeds this season when he completed a loan move with an option to buy from Juventus last week.
Weston McKennie made his Leeds debut in Sunday’s 1-0 defeat by Nottingham Forest
Leeds fans chanted about their new midfielder a
He came on as a substitute in the 58th minute of the game against Forest, who won the game thanks to an excellent Brennan Johnson strike in the 14th minute.
It came as a surprise McKennie to start as a substitute in such a crucial game for Leeds, but manager Jesse Marsch shared his thoughts ahead of the game.
“Weston fitted in very well and had a really good week of training,” said Marsch.
“We’ve got three games this week so we need to have some rotation and I certainly think he’ll be there from the start in one of those games but today from the bench I know he’ll be ready.”
Things aren’t getting much easier for Leeds, however, with a game against Manchester United next Wednesday night at Old Trafford.
Sunday’s defeat leaves the team level on points with 18th-placed Everton, who currently sit third and last in the relegation league.
Leeds have played a game less than Everton but that game is Wednesday’s game against third-placed United.
McKennie’s fellow USA player Brenden Aaronson was also a substitute and was left unused by Marsch.
McKennie (right) failed to help Leeds avoid defeat in a crucial game on Sunday
McKennie came on as a substitute alongside fellow USA international Brenden Aaronson (right).
USA captain Tyler Adams started the game and played the entire 90 minutes.
Marsch cut a frustrated figure after the game, saying: “We find ways to lose. I am frustrated and disappointed.
“I have to find a way to get more out of the group and I have to make sure we don’t feel sorry for ourselves. I have to make sure we don’t lose them when we’re at the top of the game.
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