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LUFC Snodgrass looking set for best return

Leeds United midfielder Robert Snodgrass looks set for his best goal return in a season after scoring his eighth goal of the season at Watford on Saturday.

Snodgrass scored from the penalty spot, with the last kick off the game at Watford, to earn Leeds a point in a 1-1 draw.

The penalty makes it seven goals in his last eight games for Leeds after beating Watford keeper Scott Loach from the penalty spot..

Snodgrass has now scored eight times this season, one more than he managed in the whole of last season and he looks well set to beat his best return for Leeds, when he netted eleven times in his first season at Elland Road.

It will also be his best return in a season, since making his debut for Livingston in the 2004/05 season.

The Scotland international has been a consistent goalscorer in his time at Elland Road, netting, 11,9 and 7 goals respectively in his three previous full seasons.

Snodgrass is walking a disciplinary tightrope at the moment, having picked up four yellow cards so far this season. He must avoid a yellow card in the final three games of 2011 to avoid an automatic one-match suspension.

Adam Clayton and Jonny Howson are also in the same situation, having also picked up four yellow cards so far this season.

Darren O`Dea recently missed the home game with Barnsley after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season at Burnley.

The one match suspension for picking up five yellow cards runs until the end of this year.

After this, players will have to have received ten yellow cards on or before April 8th, which would carry a two-match suspension.

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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 11 2011

Time: 9:00AM

Your Comments

Lets hope by the end of January he's still at the Club
Tiny T
I think it will show jut what ambition Bates has if he goes. With only eighteen months left on his contract we should be sorting out a new deal. If we don't go up I will be shocked to see him still at Leeds next season.
dazza71
I can honestly see him in fergies midfield the way he's playing right now - hope bates can get things sorted quick cos I dont think he will stay in Jan if he doesnt
simonfire1
It seems most 'expert' sources such as Eddie Gray and Dominic Matteo expect us to be lucky to keep him in January which suggest offers are already on the table. Given his slow start to the season he is now racking up the goal (and the performances to go with them) at the time when we will be at our most vulnerable to PL clubs wanting that extra push.
erni
I have heard Blackburn want him.
King Billy
 

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