Leeds United manager Uwe Rosler told Radio Yorkshire that he doesn’t see problems at the club, only challenges.
Rosler has suggested that his players have a work ethic, which has been drilled into them, which makes the club unique.
Leeds are hunting a win in the Championship this evening against Bristol City as they look to get moving in the right direction and up the table.
“It’s mental strength and mental toughness. There are no problems, only challenges – This club is unique and the players are working very hard. I’m happy with the mentality, I’m happy with the work rate and their desire to do well for this club,” he told Radio Yorkshire.
A clever tactic by the manager
Rosler has been very clever with his comments suggesting that there are no problems facing him, his players and the club.
It should have given the players the feeling that there is nothing they can’t achieve under his guidance at the club this season.
There will be some adversity and difficult spells of the season and it’s important that during those periods, the manager is able to ensure that there is a real positive energy and mentality running through the group.
If the players don’t feel as though difficult challenges are impossible to overcome, they will head into difficult issues full-on and that will be exciting for them to be part of, as well as giving fan a thrill in terms of watching on.