LUFC Warnock - McCormack not back before Christmas
Leeds United boss Neil Warnock admits he doesn`t expect to see Ross McCormack return before Christmas.
McCormack underwent surgery in September after chipping a bone in his ankle in the game at Cardiff City and Warnock cannot see last season`s leading goalscorer returning before the festive period. Speaking on LUTV, Warnock said, "It is a long job. If I am being honest, I will be very surprised if we see him before Christmas."
Despite the absence of McCormack in Leeds last five games, Leeds have scored eleven goals but Warnock is looking forward to seeing McCormack return to the side, "There is always a goal in Ross and we would love to have him back," added Warnock.
Even prior to the injury to McCormack, Warnock has been looking to bring in players with an attacking presence. Despite this, Leeds have scored in their first twelve games for the first time since the 1977/78 season.
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