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LUFC Leeds fans view v Leicester City

Tiny T gives us his final fans view of the player`s performance this season.

This time it is following another home defeat to Leicester City.


Lonergan 4
Unconvincing handling and poor distribution. If this is the best we can get, were in trouble.

Connolly 3
Wasteful when in possession and he did not get forward enough.

Lees 6
Looked like he broke his nose yet again, never gave up, strong challenges and good in the air.

Bruce 6
Good defensive performance, solid enough and kept Beckford quiet whilst he was on.

Pugh 2
Started his Summer Holiday early on today`s performance

Snodgrass 6 Star man
The Captain never gave up and another assist, which was really his goal as Webber put it in on the line.

Clayton 5
Tried to get us going but he lacked the final ball.

Brown 4
Too slow but stuck to his task, another one who gave the ball away a little too often.

Thompson 3
Struggled to get going.

Becchio 4
No support and little quality to work from.

McCormack 4
Energy aplenty but greedy late on when a pass to two waiting teammates would have made it 2-1 to us.

Subs
Webber 2

He was given more game time, but why? Only Warnock knows the answer.

Forssell 2
Not at the races in his late cameo.

Summary
A poor game, with little quality, useless referee sums our Season up, roll on 2012-13.

Neither side had anything to play for and it showed, we gave the ball away far too easily and put little pressure on once we lost the ball.

As usual, we started to get going once the clock said 10 minutes left.

A goal by Webber, which he put in on the line, gave Snoddy yet another assist instead of a goal.

A question for all, how many of today's starting 11 will start the first game next season?

Thanks Tiny for your thoughts on all the games at Elland Road this season.

What do you think? Do you agree with Tiny`s assessment and what do you think of his question. Just how many of the starting eleven do you think will start the first game next season?

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Date:Sunday April 29 2012

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