Wednesday, 27th August, 2014

Leeds United manager David Hockaday believes his side are more than capable of "putting on a show" against Bradford City in the League Cup this evening.

Hockaday's men make the trip to Valley Parade to meet Bradford for the first time since 2000 and with the club having lost three of their opening four Championship games, the pressure is on not to slip up in the cup.

Hockaday is sure his players are up to the task though and has claimed they are well prepared for the clash.

And the former Forest Green Rovers manager is not focusing on Bradford, but on what Leeds can do.


"We’ll go to Bradford and we’ll be well prepared", Hockaday told his club's site.


"We know all about them and they will know all about us.

"We need to go there, put on a performance and progress into the next round.

"I’ll be concentrating on us. We have good players and I believe we are capable of playing some good football.

"I believe we are capable of going to Bradford and putting on a show", Hockaday concluded.

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