Zac Thompson arrives from Everton and Kisnorbo returns to training TSS January 11, 2011 Leeds United 11 Comments Wounded Leeds United have today given a six month contract to 18-year old, former Everton midfielder Zac Thompson after he impressed during a trial period with the club. Little is known about the youngster although he has already featured for the reserve side in a 4-1 win over Newcastle United. He is expected to appear again for the reserves when Leeds take on Scunthorpe United on Tuesday. Elsewhere, Sanchez Watt delighted Leeds United fans yesterday when he announced that fans favourite, Patrick Kisnorbo had returned to training with the team. The Australian international made 29 appearances for Leeds United last season and became famous for wearing a headband after suffering an injury that required 12 stitches in the first game of the 2009/10 campaign. The injury required surgery to treat, but Kisnorbo delayed the operation to ensure he was available for first team selection. It seemed fate was conspiring against Kisnorbo though and his season was brought to a halt in March when he injured his Achilles tendon against Millwall. Despite failing to finish the season, Kisnorbo still cleared up at the end of season awards netting both the fans and players player of the year, alongside nationwide recognition as he was named in the PFA League One Team of the Year.