Warnock: ‘We’ll have more zip against Birmingham’

Michael Tonge celebrates his equaliser against Sheffield Wednesday.

Michael Tonge celebrates his equaliser against Sheffield Wednesday.

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AFTER a poor performance in which they were lucky to escape with a point against Charlton on Tuesday, Leeds United boss Neil Warnock has backed his team to shape up much better in the second of three home games in eight days today, writes Tony Harber.

The Whites face Birmingham City with a chance of climbing into the play-off places in the Npower Championship, but know they will have to improve on a lifeless display in front of a disappointing crowd of 17,484.

Perhaps it was a reaction to the pandemonium of the previous match at Hillsborough when the spectre of crowd trouble returned to haunt Leeds, but with the Whites managing just one shot on target all night - David Norris’s 36th minute goal - it was a game to forget.

 

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