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12/10/2017 - 15:46 BST

Former Leeds Boss Identifies Whites’ Big Positive and Negative

 




Neil Redfearn believes a positive brand of football has been a huge positive for Leeds United this season, but feels they have lacked physical presence to compete with sides away from home.

Leeds’ season has faltered in recent weeks and three defeats in their last four league games has seen them tumble down to fifth in the Championship table after leading the standings for a while.




The Whites are coming into Saturday’s game against Reading on the back of back-to-back defeats, but Redfearn feels Leeds should feel good about themselves because of the brand of football they have played this season.

He believes the shift towards possession based football has been a positive this season, however the former Leeds boss admits that the lack of physical presence away from home should be a concern for them.

 


Redfearn said on Radio Yorkshire: “I would say the brand of football they have played, particularly at home, I think is a massive plus.  

“There has been a shift to having the ball and being positive.

“[The] negative thing is probably the lack of physical presence away from home to compete with sides at this level.”


Leeds are fifth in the table on 20 points and are just a point ahead of Aston Villa, who sit outside the top six at the moment.