Boothroyd Uncertain About Leeds

04 November 2010 01:00
City boss on Leeds visit Coventry City manager Aidy Boothroyd has admitted he is unsure what to expect from Leeds on Saturday and doesn't know if they come to The Ricoh to attack or to defend.When asked about Leeds by the CT, he said: "I am not quite sure really. They are a very good team away from home, they have got players who can score goals and a solid record and winning mentality and fabulous backing, so on their day they are as good as anyone in the league,but so are we and I think it is going to be a terrific match and I am really looking forward to it.""They have conceded a lot this season but it is a different league and new experience for them. I know Simon Grayson has been there before and Leeds have been there before but a lot of their players are gelling because it is a team that has changed a bit. And when you lose a player like Jermaine Beckford things do change.""The goalkeeper is different now and the two centre backs where Andy O'Brien and Alex Bruce have come in, so it is a team that is finding its feet but at the same time it is a team that has still got Jonathan Howson who is a class act and if you don't look after him then you know he will give you problems.""I think Luciano Becchio is a good player but Leeds have got a good squad and anyone who plays will give us a good game, so we have got to be right up for this one."