LUFC Released player up for Player of the Month
Departing goalkeeper Maik Taylor has been nominated for the championship player of the month whilst on loan with Millwall.
Taylor signed a short-term deal with Leeds back in December but never made a first team appearance for the club and he was one of five players released by Neil Warnock on Wednesday.
The veteran Northern Ireland international spent the last two months of the season on loan with fellow championship side Millwall helping the London club move away from the relegation zone.
The 40 year old kept six clean sheets in his ten appearances at the New Den and looks set to sign for Millwall following his release by Leeds.
Another former Leeds man is also amongst the nominations for the League One player of the month.
Striker Mike Grella who was released by Leeds at the end of last season, scored four goals in four appearances with his new club Bury in April to help them pull clear of the relegation zone.
The winners will be announced on Sky Sports on Friday.
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