Leeds United: Hopes on are hanging on Morison - Ormsby

Steve Morison shoots past El-Hadji Diouf. PIC: Varley Picture Agency
Steve Morison shoots past El-Hadji Diouf. PIC: Varley Picture Agency
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Leeds United legend Brendan Ormsby answers your questions.

Brendan. If you were giving marks out of ten for our season, what would you give it so far?

OUR home form hasn’t been too bad, but away, we haven’t been great, let’s face it. If I have to give a mark, it would probably be about six to six-and-a-half at the minute.

Now is the time when things get serious. They say you don’t win anything at Christmas time or January, but now is the nitty-gritty of the season.

The Manchester City FA Cup game is a nice bonus for us and we also had a good run in the League Cup, but the main thing is the Championship.

Looking back to last year, we aren’t much further on. We are still hit and miss and the season is on a bit of a knife edge. A lot will depend on what Steve Morison does in the coming months.

It will certainly be interesting to see how Morison fares. I just hope he realises how big the club is and that there will be a lot of pressure on him.

He must be a decent player, having featured for Norwich, and Warnock thought enough of him to take him in exchange for Luciano Becchio. He will have to deliver if our season is to be a success.

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