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LUFC Leeds United stats so far this season

LUFC Leeds United stats so far this season

With International football taking centre stage over the next week it`s a good time to catch up with all the statistics for Leeds United so far in the 2010/11 season.

Leeds still leads the way this season in the goalscoring stakes. The side have scored 69 goals between them this season with 13 different players finding the next.

Leeds already have three players in double figures in the Championship and a few others that could still reach the milestone.

Leading goalscorers - Championship
Becchio 16
Gradel 14
Somma 11
Howson 9
Snodgrass 6
Johnson 5
Sam 2
Kilkenny 1
Bruce 1
Naylor 1
O`Brien 1
Paynter 1
Watt 1

Shooting
Max Gradel is leading the way with shots on goal this season with 78 attempts overall.
Bradley Johnson as amazingly hit the woodwork on 7 occasions whilst Davide Somma as the best conversion rate with 11 goals from 33 attempts.

Shots On target
Gradel 49
Snodgrass 34
Becchio 32
Johnson 31
Howson 26
Somma 22

Shots off target
Johnson 36
Gradel 29
Becchio 28
Snodgrass 24
Howson 22
Somma 11

Hot woodwork
Johnson 7
Becchio 3
Gradel 2
Somma 2
Howson 2
McCormack 2

Overall
Gradel 78
Johnson 67
Becchio 60
Snodgrass 58
Howson 48
Somma 33

Assists
Luciano Becchio has not only been Leeds leading goalscorer this season but he also leads the way with assists with eight to his name.

Becchio 8
Howson 7
Snodgrass 6
Kilkenny 5
Gradel 5
Watt 3
Connolly 3
McCartney 3
Johnson 2
Bromby 1
Sam 1
McCormack 1

Discipline
Luciano Becchio also leads the way with fouls committed, with 69.
He`s only picked up four yellow cards from those 69 fouls so far this season.
Bradley Johnson and Paul Connolly have both picked up nine yellow cards this season.
Connolly as picked up nine yellow cards from just 26 fouls committed.

Leeds players have picked up four red cards so far this season with Snodgrass, Bruce, Johnson and Paynter the guilty men.
Billy Paynter is the only player to get a straight red with the other three players all receiving their red cards for two bookable offences.

Most fouls
Becchio 69
Johnson 62
Snodgrass 37
Gradel 31
McCartney 28
Howson 26
Connolly 26

Yellow cards
Johnson 9
Connolly 9
McCartney 7
O`Brien 5
Kilkenny 5
Howson 5

Red cards
Snodgrass 1
Bruce 1
Johnson 1
Paynter 1

Players used - appearances
Leeds have used 31 players so far this season with just John Howson starting all 38 Championship games.
Bradley Johnson and Luciano Becchio have both made 37 appearances.

Billy Paynter has made the most substitute appearances, coming off the bench 14 times so far this season.

Most starts - 38 games
Howson 38
Johnson 33
Becchio 31
Gradel 30
Schmeichel 29
McCartney 29
Snodgrass 29

Most substitute appearances
Paynter 14
McCormack 12
Somma 11
Sam 11
Watt 9
Becchio 6

Most appearances - 38 games
Howson 38 - 38 starts
Johnson 37 - 33 starts 4 sub
Becchio 37 - 31 starts 6 sub
Gradel 33 - 30 starts 3 sub
Snodgrass 31- 29 starts 2 sub
Kilkenny 30 - 25 starts 5 sub

Later this week I will be taking a look at how Leeds have compared to other Championship clubs and players.

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Writer:Dazza71
Date:Sunday March 27 2011
Time: 9:09PM

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