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LUFC - Leeds player ratings v Yeovil

LUFC - Leeds player ratings v Yeovil

Vital Leeds member Tiny T gives us his match ratings from Tuesday night`s game against Yeovil Town.

Ankergren 7

won`t get an easier night for the rest of the season. Did what he had to well.

Douglas 6

Better second half, but we need Fraser back soon as Dougie lacks pace.

Naylor 6

One or two dodgy moments but overall, did what he had to do.

Marques 7

Oozed class and covered any mistakes by others.

Parker 7

Goal assist, defended well and got forward to keep Yeovil on the back foot.

Snodgrass 5

Did little in the first half, improved as the game went on, no need to fight with Becchio for the pen though, final ball poor and lacked his usual energy.

Howson 7

Played well and is back to last seasons form, good news for the run in.

Kilkenny 8 Star man

How do I put this, as I've been his biggest critic for me to mark him as the star tonight he must have been good, stunning goal and an assist, combined with a good work rate, unlucky to be subbed.

Delph 7

Improved performance on latest games, hopefully back to top form and ready to punish the opposition on the run in.

Beckford 8

Quality finishing from the leading scorer, added finesse tonight instead of blasting them, could have had more lets hope he's saved some for Saturday

Becchio 7

Another hard working performance always a threat and linked play. Pen miss was a shame can`t have been helped with Snodgrass arguing for what seemed an age that he should take it.

Grella 6 - A few neat touches and nearly got on the score sheet late on, needs to beef up and learn the English game quickly.

Johnson - Not really on long enough to make an impression.

A good win against poor opposition, not troubled defensively, inventive in the middle though we needed width far more at times, up front devastating. Would have thought Grella would have come on earlier after the fourth went in.

A word of caution though not all games will be this easy.

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Date:Wednesday March 11 2009
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