Yorkshire latest: Redfearn drops selection hint for Derby County match

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Adryan to return

Neil Redfearn has hinted that Adryan will return to Leeds United's starting line-up for their upcoming games against Derby County and Sunderland.

The Brazilian was left on the substitutes' bench after showing signs of fatigue in Leeds' last match against Wigan Athletic, but Redfearn is hoping that the rest will have done him good. 

“I thought it was the right thing to rest him and give him a little break because we’ve got a lot of games coming up," the Whites boss told the Yorkshire Evening Post. "There’s the Derby game and then Sunderland (in the FA Cup) on Sunday. There’s lots for him to play in.”

Maguire frustrated

Sheffield Wednesday's Chris Maguire has been left frustrated with his side's inability to convert leads into wins. 

The Owls may have beaten Blackpool 1-0 in their last match, but Maguire believes that his side have thrown away too many points to date this season. 

“Personally, I think we have thrown away eight points where we would now be a little bit healthier," he said to the Sheffield Star. "But it’s what we have got, where we are, and it’s something to build on.”

Evans down

Rotherham United boss Steve Evans admitted that a 1-1 draw against Blackpool yesterday left him more disappointed than any other result this season.

The Millers dominated the contest against the Championship's basement club, only to see a late equaliser stop them claiming the three points and Evans was left fuming at his side's failure to hold on for the victory. 

“It’s as low as I’ve been all season,” he said to the Yorkshire Post. “We totally dominated. If it had been 8-0 or 9-0 the Blackpool fans would not have complained or said any different.

“There are no positives from that game. We should’ve beaten them."

Clough on transfer targets

Sheffield United are looking for players in all positions in the January transfer window, according to Nigel Clough.

The Blades haven't lived up to expectations as title challengers in League One this campaign and as a result Clough is determined to add more quality to his squad at the next possible opportunity. 

"What we are looking for is players, people, who will make a difference in both penalty areas," he said to the Sheffield Star.

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