I'd Love To See What Happens If We Took The Lead - Adams

Last updated : 12 January 2011 By Covsupport News Service
Sheffield United boss Micky Adams has said that he would love to see his side take a lead, something they have not done since he was appointed as manager.

Adams, who was paid off by the Sky Blues on January 17th 2007 after being sacked, makes a return to the Ricoh Arena on Saturday and can expect a tough time from some of the cabbages who used to watch his Coventry teams.

Speaking to the Sheffield Star, Adams said: "I'd love to see what would happen if we actually took the lead in a game.

"What would happen if we got our noses in front. "The lads have shown so much honesty and determination since I came in but we've got to stop giving teams one or two-goal starts. That's not a good habit to be in."