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Could Brenden Aaronson be the captain of Leeds?

Could Brenden Aaronson be the captain of Leeds?

Brenden Aaronson Won Over Leeds. Can He Win at the World Cup?

Brenden Aaronson is not a name few will have heard of, at least those who have not been around in the great Premier League battles of the past few decades.

He was one of the best midfielders to walk through Leeds United’s front doors, playing alongside Robbie Blake, David Healy, Bryan Robson and Steve Morison.

And there are those who believe that even if he never played another minute in the league, he could still be a name on the lips of many Premier League fans.

It is a view that has been echoed over the years by Leeds fans, who now have just one question – could he be the captain when it matters?

“I don’t know, I haven’t asked him that,” said Leeds’ chief executive, Massimo Cellino, in June 2014, a week after a humiliating 4-1 defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup final.

And here we are, three years later, and Brendan Aaronson and Leeds are still without a win.

There has been talk of Aaronson’s role at Leeds, and even speculation that he, and only Aaronson, could play in a successful Leeds side at the World Cup.

That is one of the reasons why I am writing this column, with the aim of finding out whether there is any truth to the rumours.

Will he be captain?

The first big question here is whether he will actually be captain of Leeds against the Republic of Ireland.

The answer to that is no, he won’t. That is the clear-cut decision the club have made.

Brendan came into the club at the age of 31, having been touted as a potential successor to David O’Leary, who was sacked after the club’s failure

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