Nothing went right for them with the boiling Kettle refereeing the game. He yellow carded five Leeds players and also sent off Jason Pearce for a foul on Almen Abdi. That left Leeds to play with ten men for the second half and that was reduced to nine when Rodolph Austin was stretchered off with a potential serious injury.
Is Warnock close to the end at Leeds? I'm beginning to think that might be the case. The takeover remains imminent but it would not come as a surprise if they didn't dispense with his services once it's completed.
Another manager under pressure is Derek McInnes. Tipped by some to get the Burnley job in January 2011, McInnes went to Bristol City soon afterwards. I got the impression during our recent trip to Ashton Gate that he's not that popular.
That night we inflicted on them a third successive defeat and extended their run without a win to six games. Those runs have continued with four more defeats since.
Their last win came in mid-September at Peterborough and such has been their poor form that they've now well and truly in bottom place, a point behind Peterborough. The latest defeat came yesterday, a 2-0 reverse against Charlton at home and alongside everything else they are the only club not to have kept a single clean sheet all season.
Assistant manager Tony Docherty was sent to face the media after this latest defeat but we can confirm that on this occasion their former St. Johnstone manager had not had to go back to Scotland to visit his mum but was talking to his players.
They are behind Peterborough now but all is not well at London Road. Today they issued a statement that read: "Peterborough United are disappointed to report that Gabriel Zakuana, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, Emile Sinclair and Tyrone Barnett have been transfer listed and fined by the football club following an internal investigation into a breach of club discipline."
They wouldn't confirm what had happened and said there would be no further comment but the BBC have reported that two of those players have been cautioned for an incident in the centre of Peterborough in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Those two now occupy the bottom two places with Ipswich moving up to 22nd following their win against us.
Crystal Palace, winners with two late goals against Peterborough, remain top although they lost that place to Middlesbrough for a few hours after they'd beaten Sheffield Wednesday on Friday night.
Cardiff, Hull, Leicester and Huddersfield are in the play off positions with Huddersfield moving in after a 1-0 win at Barnsley, replacing Blackburn who could only draw at home in Agent Berg's first home game in charge.
Finally, and of great importance, it was good to see all the clubs in the Championship, along with clubs from all other divisions, paying their respects ahead of Remembrance Day. At Ipswich, as at Burnley a week earlier, the minute's silence was impeccably observed.
It's a free midweek with the next Championship games this coming weekend. The latest results can be found along with the next fixtures and all the usual information.
|Friday 9th November|
|Middlesbrough 3 Sheffield Wednesday 1|
|Saturday 10th November|
|Barnsley 0 Huddersfield Town 1||Leeds United 1 Watford 6|
|Blackburn Rovers 1 Birmingham City 1||Leicester City 2 Nottingham Forest 2|
|Blackpool 2 Bolton Wanderers 2||Millwall 2 Derby County 1|
|Cardiff City 2 Hull City 1||Peterborough United 1 Crystal Palace 2|
|Ipswich Town 2 Burnley 1||Wolverhampton W 3 Brighton & HA 3|
|Sunday 11th November|
|Bristol City 0 Charlton Athletic 2|
|Biggest Win||Watford 6-1 v Leeds United (away)|
|Total Goals Scored||42 (19 home - 23 away)|
|Player Scoring Most Goals||2 - Matej Vyrda (Watford)|
|Highest Attendance||28,229 - Middlesbrough v Sheffield Wednesday|
|Lowest Attendance||9,691 - Peterborough United v Crystal Palace|
|Total Yellow Cards||24|
|Total Red Cards||2|
|Most Cards in a Game||Leeds Unitedv Watford (7Y 1R) Ref: Trevor Kettle|
|Leading Goalscorers (League Only)|
|17||Charlie Austin (Burnley) - includes 2 penalties|
|13||Glenn Murray (Crystal Palace) - includes 6 penalties|
|9||Tom Ince (Blackpool) - includes 1 penalty
Craig Mackail-Smith (Brighton & Hove Albion) - includes 2 penalties
|8||Luciano Becchio (Leeds United) - includes 3 penalties
Marlon King (Birmingham City) - includes 2 penalties
Jordan Rhodes (Blackburn Rovers) - 2 with Huddersfield Town
|7||Craig Davies (Barnsley) - includes 1 penalty
Darius Henderson (Millwall)
David Nugent (Leicester City)
Matej Vydra (Watford) - includes 1 penalty
Pete Whittingham (Cardiff City) - includes 3 penalties
|6||Sone Aluko (Hull City)
Steven Davies (Bristol City) - includes 1 penalty
Chris Eagles (Bolton Wanderers)
Heidar Helguson (Cardiff City)
Theo Robinson (Derby County) - includes 1 penalty
Liam Trotter (Millwall) - includes 1 penalty
Chris Wood (Millwall)
|Date||Player & Game|
|01/09/12||3: Pete Whittingham - CARDIFF CITY v Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|15/09/12||3: Charlie Austin - BURNLEY v Peterborough United|
|22/09/12||3: Glenn Murray - CRYSTAL PALACE v Cardiff City|
|22/09/12||4: Craig Davies - Birmingham City v BARNSLEY|
|23/09/12||3: David Nugent - LEICESTER CITY v Hull City|
|29/09/12||3: Emile Sinclair - Hull City v PETERBOROUGH UNITED|
|02/10/12||3: Charlie Austin - BURNLEY v Sheffield Wednesday|
|23/10/12||3: Marlon King - Millwall v BIRMINGHAM CITY|
|06/11/12||3: Glenn Murray - CRYSTAL PALACE v Ipswich Town|
|Disciplinary Record (League and Cup)|
|Birmingham City||17||2||19||2||Hull City||12||0||12||1|
|Blackburn Rovers||20||0||20||0||Ipswich Town||23||0||23||0|
|Bolton Wanderers||31||1||33||1||Leicester City||17||1||17||1|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||22||0||23||0||Middlesbrough||21||0||24||0|
|Cardiff City||24||0||26||0||Peterborough United||31||0||32||0|
|Charlton Athletic||25||0||25||0||Sheffield Wednesday||28||1||31||1|
|Derby County||15||1||16||1||Wolverhampton Wanderers||16||1||18||1|
|Highest and Lowest Attendances|
|28,707||Nottingham Forest v Derby County (30/09)||5,435||Peterborough United v Bristol City (18/09)|
|28,582||Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds United (19/10)||6,188||Peterborough United v Millwall (21/08)|
|28,229||Middlesbrough v Sheffield Wednesday (09/11)||6,348||Peterborough Utd v Huddersfield Town(23/10)|
|27,437||Derby County v Sheffield Wednesday (18/08)||8,088||Barnsley v Bristol City (01/09)|
|26,598||Sheffield Wed v Bolton Wanderers (22/09)||8,195||Barnsley v Crystal Palace (23/10)|
|26,594||Brighton & HA v Sheffield Weds (14/09)||8,319||Barnsley v Peterborough United (02/10)|
|26,402||Brighton & Hove Albion v Leeds United (02/11)||8,427||Peterborough Utd v Derby County (29/10)|
|26,293||Brighton & HA v Middlesbrough (20/10)||8,571||Barnsley v Ipswich Town (29/09)|
|26,185||Charlton Athletic v Barnsley (20/10)||9,258||Millwall v Birmingham City (23/10)|
|26,121||Brighton & HA v Birmingham City (29/09)||9,280||Peterborough Utd v Wolves (22/09)|
|The Next Fixtures|
|Saturday 17th November|
|Birmingham City v Hull City||Huddersfield Town v Brighton & Hove Albion|
|Bolton Wanderers v Barnsley||Leicester City v Ipswich Town|
|Bristol City v Blackpool||Nottingham Forest v Sheffield Wednesday|
|Burnley v Charlton Athletic||Peterborough United v Blackburn Rovers (17:20)|
|Cardiff City v Middlesbrough||Watford v Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|Crystal Palace v Derby County|
|Sunday 18th November|
|Millwall v Leeds United (13:15)|