Leeds came back from two goals down to beat Norwich 3-2 at Carrow Road on Saturday afternoon in the Championship.


An own goal from Shane Duffy and a brace from Crysencio Summerville in the second half helped Leeds turn it around and win all three points away from home.




Farke made several attacking substitutions in the second half and it paid off as Leeds walked away from Norwich with a win.


However, Newsome stressed that Leeds need to stop putting themselves in such desperate positions where Farke has to gamble as it will not pay off every day.



He pointed out that the attacking gamble did not work when Leeds lost at Southampton a few weeks ago.


The former White said on BBC Radio Leeds: “The substitutions were brave but they were also probably a sign of desperation.



“At 2-0 down, you want to get back in the game and how do I make an impact and change this game?


“I have got three or four absolutely fantastic attacking players; I am just going to go hell for leather and it was a gamble and today it paid off.


“But you don’t want to put yourself in that position too many times because on occasions that gamble won’t pay off.


“At Southampton, it didn’t pay off and so we have to address that part of it.”


Leeds will hope to have a more serene game when they travel to the bet365 Stadium to take on Stoke City on Wednesday night.