Leeds United’s Old Trafford heroes: Where are they now?

Jermaine Beckford scores Leeds United's winner at Manchester United in 2010. PIC: VARLEYS
Jermaine Beckford scores Leeds United's winner at Manchester United in 2010. PIC: VARLEYS
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Here’s what the United team that beat Man Utd in 2010 are doing now.

Casper Ankergren: Number two keeper at Brighton. Turned 35 in November.

Jason Crowe: Called time on his career in May of last year after a short stint with non-league side Corby Town.

Richard Naylor: Retired from playing in 2012. Presently out of football after being sacked as Leeds’ Under-18s coach in July.

Patrick Kisnorbo: Went back to his native Australia last year. Plays for Melbourne City in the A-League.

Andrew Hughes: Bolton’s professional development squad manager. Also registered as a first-team player.

Michael Doyle: Never got a full-time move to Leeds and joined Sheffield United in 2011. Has amassed more than 100 appearances for the Blades.

Neil Kilkenny: Now a member of Simon Grayson’s squad at Preston. Joined Preston from Bristol City.

Jonathan Howson: One of numerous members of the 09-10 squad who moved to Norwich City. Has been heavily involved in their Championship term.

Bradley Johnson: Into his fourth full season with Norwich. Three of those were spent in the Premier League.

Luciano Becchio: Sold by Leeds to Norwich two years ago. A recent loan to Rotherham was cut short by injury.

Jermaine Beckford: Linked up with Grayson again at Preston last month, moving to Deepdale on loan from Bolton.


Robert Snodgrass: (for Howson, 77). Joined Hull from Norwich earlier this year. Currently recovering from a serious knee injury.

Lubomir Michalik: (for Becchio, 88). A free agent after reaching the end of his contract with Kazakhstani side FC Kairat.

Aidan White: (for Hughes, 89). Still on the books at Leeds. Hasn’t played this season due to injury.

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