Date: 24th August 2010 at 2:58pm
Written by:

Leeds United will welcome back Max Gradel to the squad for the game against Leicester City in the Carling Cup.

Gradel served the last of his four game ban on Saturday and will go straight into the squad for the game against his former club.

Simon Grayson hinted that a few players were carrying knocks after Saturday`s game and may be forced into changes.

Davide Somma will be pushing for a starting place after coming off the bench to score two goals in Saturday`s win over Millwall.

Still out are long term injured Billy Paynter, Robert Snodgrass, Ben Parker and Patrick Kisnorbo.

On loan midfielder, Adam Clayton is ineligible, as his parent club do not want him cup tied.

Conrad could to start in goal for Leicester, he came off the bench to replace the injured Chris Weale at the weekend, who is rated only 50/50 for the game.

Matt Fryatt is expected to miss out again with the Achilles injury that forced him to miss the game on Saturday.

Lloyd Dyer also missed the weekend game with a shoulder injury and is unlikely to be risked for this game despite returning to training.

Franck Moussa could make his first start for the club; the Belgium midfielder came off the bench on Saturday after joining the club last week.


Vital Leeds United is a fast growing Leeds United fan site, with the sole aim of becoming the #1 unofficial website for Leeds United fans everywhere.
The site is regularly updated with news and views regarding all the current events at Elland Road, alongside a fully interactive message forum and regularly looks at the clubs past. Vital Leeds offers everything that a Leeds United supporter could wish for. If you can think of something and suggest it, we`ll put it on the website!



With news and views, along with a forum, polls and article comments, everything you need in a fans site is right here!

You can even win prizes, by posting articles comments, posting on the message forum and voting on the polls.

Vital is also 100% interactive. Not only can you have your say on the articles and the forum but you can also suggest an article or a poll so you can air your views.

So why not join Vital today?

It’s easy to register here and enjoy getting involved

Message Board

To visit the message board, click here.

Get involved

This website is your website and we are looking for people to help run the site. Do you go to most of the games and have an opinion? Why not write a match report? Perhaps you are a budding journalist or even just someone who is very opinionated? Well why not join our team? If this interests you please contact Vital leeds .



Bookmark and Share





 

Your Comment