Leeds United legend Brendan Ormsby answers your questions.
Is Alex McCarthy finally the answer to United’s keeper problems in light of Andy Lonergan’s injury? A clean sheet at Leicester was certainly the perfect start.
C Jackson, Leeds
I didn’t really see a lot of the Leicester game but I saw the result and I’ve seen the winning Leeds goal.
I’ve also heard that McCarthy, pictured right, put in a good performance.
He has come in straight away after the Blackpool game in which the keeper (Paul Rachubka) had a nightmare first half. Simon Grayson made a brave decision taking him off at half-time but I think he was right.
Lonergan is still injured so Simon has gone out and got another keeper and brought him straight into the side at Leicester.
it’s all about three points and a clean sheet at Leicester and hopefully that will have an effect on the whole back four.
If you have doubts over your keeper then it’s a big problem for your back four – you don’t know what is going to happen in the box.
If you lose that confidence you are thinking shall I give him a back pass or not – it just makes a lot more work for the defenders.
Simon has made the decision to bring another keeper in – I think it was the right decision and McCarthy made a great start. Whatever he did he obviously did it right so hopefully now confidence will come back.