Leeds United finished with three players inside the top 100 in the Opta Actim Index for the championship in the 2011/12 season.
The Opta Actim Index is based on the player`s performance in the game, where they accumulate points for their contribution. It includes time on the pitch, goals, shots, assists, fouls, tackles, blocks, clearances corners, offside and team performance.
Leading the way for Leeds was Robert Snodgrass who finished 7th overall with 629 points.
Leeds leading goalscorer Ross McCormack finished in 23rd place with 545 points and Adam Clayton 56th with 479 points.
Defender Tom Lees slipped out of the top 100 in the final round of games this season.
Snodgrass was the only Leeds player to finish in the top five players for their positions over the season.
The clubs captain was third in the list of strikers behind Southampton striker Rickie Lambert (834) and Birmingham striker Marlon King (640)
For a full list go to Actim Opta Index
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