Date:Friday March 23 2012
Leeds United manager Neil Warnock says he does not know which Leeds team will turn up next, following the heavy defeat to Nottingham Forest in midweek.
Warnock insisted on his arrival and after watching Leeds scrape past Doncaster Rovers from the stands that he would be looking to sort out the defence.
All seemed to be going to plan after conceding just two goals in his first five games, until conceding seven at Elland Road in midweek.
Speaking at his weekly press conference, Warnock said, "I don`t know what`s around the corner if I am being honest. I don`t know whether I`m going to find a bag full of tricks or a bag full of wet, old newspapers. I haven`t got a clue.
"If you would have told me we could have played like we did against Middlesbrough, Southampton, West Ham and even Portsmouth to some extent, I would have said not a cat in hells chance having seen the Doncaster game.
"The other night it was the Doncaster game all over again.
"Am I asking for consistency that some lads can`t maintain? Am I asking certain lads to do more than they can do? All these questions I`ve got to look into over the next few weeks."
Warnock will see just what his team are made of when they travel to the New Den to face Millwall on Saturday.
Millwall have always raised their game for the visit of Leeds and have won the last four encounters between the two sides at the New Den, in what is always a hostile atmosphere.
They eased their relegation worries with a win at Doncaster Rovers in midweek but are still looking for their first win on home soil in the championship in 2012.
Last weekend they came close to beating table toppers Southampton.
They led 2-1 with just five minutes remaining before two penalties from the championships leading goalscorer Ricky Lambert ensured the points returned to the south coast.
Despite the midweek defeat for Leeds they still hold an outside chance of reaching the play offs but nothing less than three points will do on Saturday.
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Date:Friday March 23 2012
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