Date:Thursday February 18 2010
Leeds welcomed back a trio of players to training on Thursday after lengthy lay offs.
Ben Parker, Tresor Kandol and Patrick Kisnorbo all returned to training with the first team squad.
Patrick Kisnorbo has missed the last six games with an Achilles injury he picked up in the away defeat at Swindon Town.
Leeds boss Simon Grayson was happy to see his linchpin at the centre of defence back in training but will not risk rushing him back to the team and suffering a further setback.
Ben Parker has been missing since suffering a hamstring injury on the opening day of the season and then needed surgery on a hip problem in the autumn.
Tresor Kandol has been missing since the Christmas period, after firstly needing time away due to personal reasons and then a hamstring injury kept him on the sidelines.
Grayson admits that both players will need a run out in the reserves before a return to first team action.
This now leaves just goalkeeper Shane Higgs on the treatment table, he hasn`t been involved since October due to a thigh injury.
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