Leeds United: Wait and see on McCormack - Ormsby

Ross McCormack celebrates scoring against Burnley.
Ross McCormack celebrates scoring against Burnley.
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Leeds United legend Brendan Ormsby answers your questions.

HI Brendan. I felt Ross McCormack was a breath of fresh air for United against Burnley, surely he should be starting every week and we should be going 4-4-2 and not this 4-5-1 rubbish!

Jackie Lowndes, Leeds

I was impressed with McCormack last Saturday and thought he had a good game.

He took his goal well and got the man-of-the-match award, but we haven’t seen much of him and it’s difficult to judge him on one game.

He looked good and two strikers made the difference for Leeds instead of playing the single striker, but I wouldn’t get carried away over one game.

There’s one match left at QPR and we’ve got to win it to give us any chance of making the play-offs. it would also be nice to end the season on a high.

Simon Grayson might as well go for it and assuming Luciano Becchio is fit the obvious player to leave out would be Billy Paynter, if he’s going to go with two strikers.

he might as well as we have to win the game anyway.

I think a lot of people have been questioning our formation all season, why Simon has only gone one up front, especially in home games, although it is like a 4-3-3 with Jonathan Howson getting forward to support the striker.

But it looked more solid last Saturday with four across the middle and the two strikers up front. I am sure that will give Simon something to think about, having the two strikers instead of one.

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