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LUFC Byram enjoying partnership with Green

Leeds United youngster Sam Byram says the return to the side of Paul Green has helped him down the right hand side and he believes the pair have a good understanding.

The pair started the first two games of the season working together down the Leeds right before Green was injured in the opening championship game of the season, which ruled him out for over two months.

Green made one appearance in October before becoming a regular in the Leeds since starting against Watford last month.

The duo have played down the right together in the last five games and Byram says the pair have a good understanding.

Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Byram said, "I like to have him in front of me because it does allow me to get forward and I can be sure that he will cover. He has played in my position so he understands what it is all about. I think we link up well together and we have a good understanding."

Byram has been used in a number of positions already this season, in this his breakthrough season.

The 19 year old enjoyed a successful pre-season but Leeds boss Neil Warnock admitted prior to the season starting that he didn`t expect to see the youngster playing for the first team.

An injury to Tom Lees on the eve of the season opener against Shrewsbury Town in the Capital One League Cup saw Byram given his chance and he hasn`t looked back since.

Byram is the only player to have played in all 24 games for Leeds so far this season, starting 23 of them.

He has also chipped in with a couple of goals. His first for the club was a sublime effort against Oxford United in the Capital One League Cup, when he chipped the Oxford keeper and he scored a glancing header in the game at Bolton Wanderers.

His early season form saw him rewarded with a new three-year deal with the club and he has already been linked with a move to the Premier League.


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 4 2012

Time: 9:07PM

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Okay this is his view but some memories from Toffees game when EHD and Sam were playing right hand game and enjoying every minute of it. Is this some kind of statement that this formation will be number 1 for the future plans? Tare
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