Neil Redfearn has added some much needed stability to another roller-coaster of a season for Leeds United. When Redfearn was finally confirmed as the full-time Head Coach of Leeds in November, the Yorkshire club sat precariously in 20th, just 1 point outside of the relegation zone. Since his introduction, Redfearn’s men have been revitalised and a run of 7 wins in their last 10 Championship games has propelled them to 13th in the league, with a 16 point cushion between them and the drop zone.
This impressive run of form has unsurprisingly encouraged more Leeds fans to attend matches. Their home match against Nottingham Forest this Saturday is set to be their biggest attendance of the season.
Redfearn told leedsunited.com:
“I think from the football club’s point of view and from our point of view, it shows that people are starting to believe what we are doing. “I think they see the young players coming through and I think we have been brave as a group to put them in and people can see where we are going with them”.
Leeds will be hoping they can continue their current form as they face another side enjoying positive results at the moment in Dougie Freedman’s Nottingham Forest.