The Ramon Nunez Predicament TSS August 24, 2011 Leeds United 68 Comments Simon Grayson has admitted he has a selection headache after Ramon Nunez scored his fourth and fifth goals of the season against Doncaster Rovers in the League Cup last night. The Honduran international was left out of the starting line-up for the trip to West Ham United last Sunday with the Leeds United manager admitting it was a tough call. But with Adam Clayton and Jonny Howson looking solid in central midfield, Robert Snodgrass back to his old self on the wing and Max Gradel as uncontainable as ever on the opposite side, who does Simon Grayson drop to accommodate Nunez? The fact is, our midfield was the biggest threat throughout all of last season and looks even better this time round. The temptation is to alter the formation, but 4-4-2 has looked a lot stronger than 4-5-1 ever did. McCormack benefits from the added support, we’ve lost none of our midfield threat and we also look more organised at the back. 4-4-2 has to stay. The only other option is playing Nunez as a striker. But dropping Ross McCormack who has scored three in the last four would be hard to justify, whilst Andy Keogh has been an absolute revelation since arriving from Wolves. Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.