First win for Grayson
Late goals from Fabian Delph and Malcolm Christie secured new Leeds manager Simon Grayson a first win.
Last Updated: 28/12/08 2:16pm
Late goals from Fabian Delph and substitute Malcolm Christie secured new Leeds manager Simon Grayson a first victory in charge - 3-1 at Stockport.
Delph struck from long range after 73 minutes, then Christie smashed home a clinical half-volley with four minutes to go.
Stockport got off to a perfect start with a goal after three minutes. Karl Baker's initial shot was blocked, but skipper Johnny Mullins followed up to fire home the loose ball from an acute angle.
Leeds responded with Jermaine Beckford striking the crossbar with an acrobatic overhead kick, before they equalised after 19 minutes.
Jonathon Douglas flicked the ball into Luciano Becchio's path, and he bundled the ball home from close range.
Later in the first half, Stockport's Baker and Dominic Blizzard were both denied by goal-line clearances.
After the break, Robert Snodgrass curled a free-kick inches wide for Leeds, while another goal-line clearance kept out Stockport striker Craig Davies.