Date:Monday October 13 2008
Leeds currently has the leading goalscorer in the country in Jermaine Beckford who has scored 13 goals in 12 starts.
The rest of the lads have also chipped in with a few goals and the team currently have scored 35 goals in 15 games in all competitions.
They have only failed to score in two of these against Oldham and Peterborough.
Summer signings Luciano Becchio, Andy Robinson and Enoch Showunmi have all started their Leeds careers in fine style chipping in with a few goals.
Full list of goal scorers 2008/09
Jermaine Beckford 13 goals 12 starts + 2 substitute appearances
Andy Robinson 5 goals 9 starts + 2 substitute appearances
Luciano Becchio 5 goals 10 starts + 5 substitute appearances
Enoch Showunmi 4 goals 5 starts + 4 substitute appearances
Jonathan Douglas 2 goals 8 starts + 2 substitute appearances
Robert Snodgrass 2 goals 7 starts + 6 substitute appearances
Alan Sheehan 1 goal 6 starts + 1 substitute appearances
Neil Kilkenny 1 goal 9 starts + 1 substitute appearances
Fabian Delph 1 goal 9 starts + 4 substitute appearances
Jonathan Howson 1 goal 9 starts + 5 substitute appearances
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Date:Monday October 13 2008
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