Yorkshire media round-up: Sheffield Wednesday performance the worst of the season, says Gray

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Redfearn hints that no changes will be made

Leeds United Neil Redfearn has suggested that he will pick the same team which beat Reading 2-0 last night at the weekend.

The Whites were impressive against the Royals and it appears that the starting 11 will be rewarded for their performance by being given the chance to play again against Millwall. 

"The players who came in have excelled tonight and have put themselves in a position now to keep the shirts," he said to Leeds' official site. "That’s how you want your football club to be. "They’ve got to compete and you want to know they’re going to work hard to stay in."

Gray fumes

Sheffield Wednesday manager Stuart Gray believes that his side put in their worst performance of the season against Ipswich Town last night.

The Owls threw away a one goal advantage at Portman Road to lose 2-1 and Gray felt that they had fallen well below their usual high standards.

“I’m gutted because that is probably the worst we have played this season," he told the Sheffield Star.

“It started from the kick-off. We were in possession, gave Keiren Westwood a poor back pass and suddenly we were under the cosh."

Clough satisfied

Nigel Clough admitted that Sheffield United's 4-1 victory over Colchester United may have been slightly flattering on his side.

The Blades scored with every one of their shots during the contest and Clough admits that the performance was not their best - even if he was delighted to get the three points. 

"It wasn't spectacular," Clough said to the club's official site. It wasn't brilliant at times, it was workmanlike, but we scored four good goals."

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