Leeds Would Probably Be No Worse Off With Neil Redfearn

Last updated : 07 December 2015 By Amitai Winehouse

Rotherham have not been exceptional under the former Leeds academy manager, not winning in their first six, but there are reasons behind that.

A summer of questionable recruitment caused Evans’s departure, and now Redfearn is finally putting a squad together that he feels can keep the club in the Championship.

Leon Best, red card aside, had a good debut.

Redfearn himself referred to the job he did last year at Leeds and how the remit was simply keeping them in the Championship, and how similar a task he faces at the New York Stadium.

It’s arguable that had he been tasked with a top ten finish after a full pre-season with an improved squad, it would have been entirely achievable at Leeds.

He has already shown the ability to lift a side after a tough run of results.




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