Leeds United have plenty to be positive about as the international break begins today.
Leeds United finally registered a much needed win with a 3-1 victory against Blackpool over the weekend, which sends Neil Redfearn into the international break in a great frame of mind.
It was important for the side to play well in front of their home crowd and put three points on the board for the first time since Redfearn was in temporary control of the team earlier this season.
Here are some positives created by the win heading into the international break.
The pressure is off, for now. Redfearn and his players would have been feeling the heat and the performance has eased the pressure.
Leeds have moved onto 20 points and are 15th in the table.
The confidence and belief from the players will be higher as they prepare for the end of the international break.
Cellino will be happy the side is no longer in 17th place on 17 points and will be happy that he’s made the right choice.
Liam Cooper yet again showed he’s ready to be a key part of Leeds’ centre back pairing.
The fans will be happier, with a spring in their step this morning and looking forward to the next game.
The boss will be confident in his methods and will already be working hard towards the next game.