Vital Leeds United looks at the former players grabbing the headlines with goals from the weekend`s games.
Starting in the Championship. Andy Keogh, who spent the first half of the season on loan with Leeds earlier this season, scored his eighth and ninth goals for Millwall in seventeen appearances since signing for them in February.
The Republic of Ireland striker`s goals helped Millwall to a 3-0 win at Ipswich Town.
Keogh managed just two goals in twenty-four appearances for Leeds earlier this season.
Defender Stephen Crainey scored a rare goal for Blackpool in their 4-0 home win over Burnley to confirm their place in the end of season play-offs.
The goal was Crainey`s third of the season for the seasiders, having failed to score for Leeds in over 60 appearances between 2004 and 200.
Dropping into League One, former Leeds striker Alan Smith scored his first goal in just over five years when he netted the only goal of the game for MK Dons in their 1-0 home win over automatic promotion chasing Sheffield United.
Elsewhere in League One, Mike Grella netted twice for Bury as they beat Notts County 4-2 at Meadow Lane to secure their place in League One next season.
Grella had a frustrating three years at Elland Road making just nine starts in forty-two appearances and netting five times.
The American started the season at Brentford where he netted four times in seventeen appearances. Grella made just four starts and one of those was against Bournemouth in the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy when he netted all four of his goals with the Bees in one game.
He was released by Brentford in the New Year and he signed for Bury at the end of February.
He has now netted four times in his last three appearances for the Gigg Lane club.
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