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LUFC Goalkeepers - Sell, Release or Keep?

After another disappointing season Vital Leeds want to know who should remain at Elland Road next season.

Brian McDermott is expected to announce his retained, released and transfer listed list in the near future and we would like to know, who you want to see released, who we should sell and who you would like to see remain at the club.

Today we assess the goalkeepers who have been available for selection this season.

Paddy Kenny - One year remaining
Kenny played the first 34 games of this season in all competitions but he hasn`t featured since the game at Brighton on February 11th.

Kenny was initially ruled out through injury but he failed to get back into the squad following his return to full fitness. The veteran keeper has got one-year remaining on his current contract.

Jamie Ashdown - Out of contract
Ashdown was an unused substitute for the first six games of the season but a foot injury then ruled him out until April.

He has made just six appearances for Leeds in his two seasons with the club and he is out of contract this summer.

Alex Cairns - Out of contract
The young keeper has been an unused substitute on 40 occasions in the championship this season. His only appearance for Leeds came against Blackpool in the 2011/12 season and the following season he spent the season on loan at Stalybridge Celtic. Cairns is now out of contract.

So what do you think - Who should stay and who should go?

Tomorrow we will be looking at the defenders.


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 8 2014

Time: 7:35PM

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I like Paddy especially if we could get him to collect a cross or two. Young Cairns hasn't had much chance. Ashdown did OK in the cups other than his howler against Chelsea. Kenny wouldn't let us down and apparently Grimes is a better prospect than Cairns. Would let Cairns and Ashdown go. I would let Paddy go too so long as we have an Alex McCarthy to replace him with.
Paul Cranswick
 

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