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12/10/2017 - 14:46 BST

Their Stuff Goes Unnoticed – Former Leeds Boss Picks Out Two Whites Stars For Praise


Former Leeds United boss Neil Redfearn believes Luke Ayling and Eunan O’Kane’s performances this season should not be ignored.

While Leeds have stumbled in recent weeks leading to three defeats in their last four league games, the Whites are still fifth in the table and firmly in contention to finish in the playoff spots this season.

A good start to their campaign has helped Leeds to keep within touching distance of the top teams despite a recent slump in form and Redfearn believes Ayling and O’Kane have been pivotal to their performances.

He praised the Leeds duo for the consistency in their performances and feels they provide the platform for the attacking players to be more expansive up front for the Whites.


Redfearn admits that in the grand scheme of things sometimes the performances of Ayling and O’Kane can go unnoticed.  

The former Leeds boss said on Radio Yorkshire: “It might be boring but I see what they give the side and I know what they are about and I know their importance to Leeds United.

“One is Luke Ayling, who I think is a minimum seven every week and the other one is Eunan O’Kane.

“They do all the stuff to let the good stuff happen and sometimes it goes unnoticed but it doesn’t go unnoticed by me.

“I watch them on Saturdays and I see the same standard every week and they are good professionals.”