Redfearn happy with performance
Neil Redfearn was happy with Leeds United's display against Charlton Athletic last night.
The Whites could only grab a point from the game, in a 2-2 draw, but Redfearn felt that the performance was of a good standard and they deserved to win.
“It’s a performance gained, we were the better side by a straight. They’re a good side but we were better and deserved to win," he said to the Yorkshire Evening Post.
Gray on disappointment
Stuart Gray says that the red card for Royston Drenthe was the most disappointing part of Sheffield Wednesday's game against Bournemouth last night.
Drenthe picked up two yellow cards during the 2-0 defeat to the Cherries and Gray was frustrated by the Dutchman's actions.
“The most disappointing thing is the way we reacted to losing a man. Royston getting sent off didn’t do us any favours but we just didn’t react," he said to the club's official site.
Powell expects reaction
Huddersfield Town boss Chris Powell says that he expects a reaction from his side when they take on Fulham on Saturday.
The Terriers went down 3-2 to Derby County last night and Powell believes that the hurt in the dressing room will motivate them.
"Realistically, there will always be defeats along the way, but the players were hurting in that dressing room, and I believe there will be a response on Saturday," he said to the Examiner.
Davies could move permanently
Sheffield United could sign Blackpool striker Steven Davies on a permanent transfer if they fail to sign him on loan, according to the Sheffield Telegraph.
Blades have been tracking Davies for some time, but have been unable to convince Blackpool to allow him to leave on a temporary basis.
Now it seems they may wait until the January transfer window and launch a permanent transfer bid then.