Warnock laments reds
Neil Warnock has urged his Leeds players to stop getting sent off for "stupid things".
Darren O'Dea was dismissed for a second bookable offence in the closing stages of Tuesday's 1-0 defeat at Blackpool, becoming the fourth United player to see red in the last three games.
Warnock had little sympathy with the defender and insisted there were few excuses for Paul Connolly, Zak Thompson and Michael Brown, who received their marching orders in the respective 2-0 defeats to Watford, Reading and Derby.
"I wish we were hard - I think the sending-offs have been quite pathetic, if I'm honest," he said.
"I can't remember a good sending off among them. I think my missus could have been sent off for them lot, the ones that we've got sent off.
"Apart from the young lad (Thompson) falling for the old one-two at Reading I think they've been stupid. Sometimes you get a sending-off when it (a tackle) is mis-timed or something like that, but it's been stupid things since I've been at the club."