Five things we learned about Leeds United from their draw with Rotherham

Elland Road Revie Stand

Taking a closer look at Leeds United's last match of their league campaign.

Leeds United and Rotherham United played out a goalless draw at Elland Road on Saturday afternoon, ending their respective Championship campaigns with a share of the spoils.

On a day that was more notable for what went on off the pitch than on it - with Rotherham manager Steve Evans decked out in sombrero and flip-flops following a promise he made to the fans if his side stayed up - there were still a few things we learned about Leeds.

White may have a future at the club

Aidy White had to wait a long time for his first taste of competitive senior action this season, but it finally came on Saturday.

The Leeds wide player showed glimpses of his best, to such an extent that some fans felt he should be offered a new contract and the chance to show what he can do on a consistent basis.

There can be life without Bellusci

Giuseppe Bellusci’s injury meant Sol Bamba and Liam Cooper has a prolonged run in the side together and they are looking like a fine partnership in progress.

A clean-sheet in the final match of the season was great end to two individual campaigns that have offered much, Bamba's in particular.

Morison is still not the answer

Okay so Steve Morison scored two goals in back-to-back matches, but the front-man could not make it a hat-trick of sorts and the simple fact is Leeds need reinforcements up front.

This summer will be an interesting one in terms of additions, and while it seems likely Morison will stay given how often Redfearn has used him thus far, expect strikers to be high on the wish-list.

Taylor deserved his starting-spot

Whatever the reason Marco Silvestri was not recalled for this match following his injury, his replacement Stuart Taylor did a fine job in his absence.

It is time to give the 34-year-old his dues. He stepped in at a tough time and did reasonably well.

Austin deserves a new deal

Rudy Austin is another player out of contract this summer but on this evidence, and based on much of this season, he deserves an extension.

He may not be everyone’s cup of tea but he always gives his all and that is the kind of player Leeds will need for the battles ahead.

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