Aidy White looks set to miss the remainder of the Whites season. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)
Neil Warnock now faces further selection trouble ahead of the game against Reading on Friday, as it's emerged that Aidy White could well miss the remainder of the season.
The Republic of Ireland international injured his leg following a challenge in the game against Watford last Saturday. Although he recovered at first White failed to return at half-time and was replaced by Danny Webber at the interval.
The left-back come left-winger has had all fears of a broken bone cleared by medics, but Warnock has suggested he won't feature again.
Speaking to the Yorkshire Evening Post Warnock said:
"It's not too serious and there's no break in it, that's the good thing. But I'd be very surprised if he plays again this season. It's a shame as well because he's done well."
Later on tonight Ciaran will be discussing the future of Aidan White at Leeds but it's a blow in terms of numbers. I personally don't think White is effective in the midfield role he's been used in, but we're desperately low on numbers. Suspensions are the problem and the rest of our squad is woeful.
Maybe we will see THE Robbie Rogers!!!!