Date:Sunday November 1 2009
Tiny T gives us his regular fans view from the game at Elland Road, once again he takes no prisoners, even after a four goal win.
Neat and tidy did little wrong and two good saves in the first half kept the clean sheet.
Solid if unspectacular, but for once got forward on the odd occasion. A better defender than Crowe, but not as quick when on the attack.
A better display than of late, match fitness now seems to be back.
Unusual for him but beaten in the air by the tall forward, got better in the second half .
Better than recent home performances but is the weak link at the back and the opposition plays on it, most of his clearances went to the opposition, if not out of play.
Poor first half and didn't really gets going until late in the second half, one decent delivery and Kandol scored.
Struggled in the first half against the five man midfield, better second half as we got to grips in the Centre of the park.
Another who struggled, but covered the ground and got the tackles in a better second half as Leeds moved through the gears.
The best of the midfield and he just can't seem to stop scoring. When moved to the back he still got forward to support the attack.
Industrious and skilful, the partnership with Beckford is blossoming. Deserved a goal for his performance.
Beckford 8 Star man
Good link play and worked hard up front, seems to be back in the goalscoring groove. A thorn the Yeovil backline and brought others into the game.
Solid if unspectacular.
Offers a different dimension with his direct running and can cross the ball.
Would have had another point but for his stupidity at the end and could face up to a three match ban.
A lacklustre first half where we struggled and could have been one down but for Casper, who produced a good save.
In the last thirty minutes, only one side was going to win, as we introduced pace in Gradel.
Kandol is becoming a super sub with another goal but stupidity after the whistle.
Larry must have given them the hairdryer treatment at half time and it was needed with an insipid first half, but we powered home in the end.
Another win at the bookies for me with 4-0 at 14-1, had they had Beckford for first scorer as well I'd have doubled it up with 25-1 as well but you can't have everything.
Three points, four Goals - And top of the league by seven points, it must be Christmas. Long may it last.
Once again, a good account of the game from Tiny.
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Date:Sunday November 1 2009
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