Redfearn bemoans squad
Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn says that his squad is imbalanced, with his options in midfield particularly lacking.
Leeds lost 2-0 to Brighton and Hove Albion in a lethargic performance last night and Redfearn feels it was because he wasn't able to change up his side as much as he would have liked.
“We’ve drastically cut the squad – it’s down to 22 players now – and there’s a little bit of an imbalance there," he said to the club's official site. “We’ve got a lot of strikers and not much cover in midfield, which was obviously apparent on the bench."
Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray believes that his side were dominant in their 3-1 win against Millwall yesterday.
The Owls put in their best performance in recent times to come out victorious - and Gray put it down to their greater attacking edge.
“We’ve taken our chances tonight and that has been the difference," he told Wednesday's official site. "In recent weeks we have been creating plenty of chances but not scoring them.
“Tonight we did that and I thought we dominated the game after a 20-minute spell at the start."
McNulty has no complaints
Marc McNulty says that he has no complaints about the rotation policy which Nigel Clough operates with at Sheffield United.
McNulty has regularly had to come on from the substitutes' bench this campaign, even if he did start in last night's victory over Rochdale, and he feels that it is an indication of the quality the Blades have in their squad.
“It’s a squad game,” he said to the Sheffield Star. “We all want to be involved every week but there are some cracking players here who weren’t even on the bench.”
“That’s one of the reasons why I think we’re capable of doing what we set out to achieve. The squad we’ve got here."