Date:Sunday March 18 2012
Tiny T gives us his usual fans view from the game at Elland Road.
This time it is after Leeds 1-1 draw with West Ham.
A couple of good saves, no fault for the goal, but his kicking is at times awful.
He worked hard and hit the bar with a header.
Kept Maynard so quiet he was subbed. He dealt with Cole as well, though at fault with the goal when he let Collins in front of him.
Another gritty display but was out muscled by Cole for the goal.
The pick of the defenders, hardworking tough tackling just what we need. If he is available at the end of the season, I'd have him.
Off the pace and when given the chance to deliver into the box quality was lacking, though his free kick in the first half only just missed.
Another good display strong all over the pitch, better first half than second though.
Brown 8 Star man
His best game in a Leeds shirt. He covered a lot of ground, made Nolan disappear for long periods.
Like Snoddy, a quiet game.
Worked his socks off but it just did not happen for him today.
Usual display from Luc. He worked hard, won the ball and got a deserved goal.
He added a bit of pace out wide.
He struggled to pick up the pace.
A very hard working display, enthralling at times. Unfortunately, a draw but we deserved the win in my view.
Shoddy defending let them equalise, the Ref did not spot Cole dragging O'Dea to the ground but saw Becchio push the Hammers defender in the first half, which very few others did.
Solid defensively but we lacked quality when getting the ball into the box form wide and set pieces.
McCormack needs a goal just to give him a boost.
We have played the top two in recent weeks. Lost when we battered the League leaders and should have had 3 points again today, things are looking up
Looking forward, Forest next and if we play like that again its 3 points.
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