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Stone, Cranie, McNulty, Kennedy;
Dawson, Parkins, O’Brien,Golbourne;
Alnwick, Cywka, Etuhu, Hassell, Foster, Noble-Lazarus, Rose.
Peltier, Lees, Tate, Drury;
Byram, Diouf, Tonge, Barkley;
Ashdown, Pearce, White, Green, Hall, Norris, Somma.
Barnsley has been a bogey team for Leeds but the club is in crisis, having sacked its manager and sold its star striker. The Tykes are at the foot of the table and if Leeds can’t get a win at Oakwell it had better start planning for next term as it is going nowhere this season.
As Tom has pointed out, Leeds GD is a worry. The side has to start winning by more than one goal and this game is an opportunity to make a difference – so no pressure!
Barnsley 0-3 Leeds
- 1 Reply to Tom
We always manage to kick start someone’s season, benevolent Leeds. Barnsley give us the chop again. Time to give Warnock the chop as we are going nowhere fast except downwards. Outdone by a team with no manager and just sold its star striker and yet we cant win, pathetic.Goal difference -6.
The goals have dried up and no one on the horizon, if we couldnt match leicester in the market with so called funds for Woods (who is scoring goals for fun for them) then we are back to square one where we were a year ago with Bates and co. New owners me thinks same horse but different colour.
In for another depressing time I fear, then whats new!
Not sure if he will throw Barklet straight in as I don't think he has played thet much since November, but Ihope he does as he would seem to be a good prodpect for Everton. Peltier may also not be fully fit so could also be a doubt which might bring in Austin.
Must win game tomorrow so let's hope the boys have their shooting boots on.
- 1 Reply to BRYAN
Bryan, I don't know much about Barkley, I've just heard that he is fast and tricky and, as he's only here for a month, assumed Warnock would use him. I based my team selection on players being in their preferred positions in hope of an all round positive performance - no doubt Wanock, the tinker man, will have his own ideas. As set up, the defence should be solid, the midfield and strikers capable... and I'm hoping we don't see more of Warnocks pointless hoofball tactics.