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Posted Saturday, November 24th 2018

The debrief: Leeds United (A)

Lee Johnson assesses City's 2-0 loss to Leeds United at Elland Road. 

Here's what he said in his post-match press conference:

  • The head coach said he was looking forward to facing Ipswich Town at Portman Road on Wednesday.
  • He said that while the result at Leeds United was the “most important thing” he was pleased that “individuals got their game back.”
  • Reflecting on Josh Brownhill’s red card, he said: “We’ve had four or five decisions go against us in the last four or five games but that’s how it goes.”
  • Jamie Paterson received praise for his work in the number 10 position, as did left-back Lloyd Kelly and Hakeeb Adelakun.
  • Josh Brownhill “will learn" from his first sending off.
  • Leeds are a good side “and we have got to respect them.”

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