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Leeds V Bournemouth: Macca Speaks

Leeds United boss Gary McAllister was delighted with the way his side started what is a ‘big week’ for the clubs League One promotion push.

Goals from Bradley Johnson and Neil Kilkenny were enough to overcome struggling Bournemouth, bringing United to within just one point of 6th placed Southend United and a playoff position. With 3 points in the bag Leeds now look forward to a game against Cheltenham Town that could (should the Whites win and Walsall and/or Southend slip up) see McAllister’s men up to as high as 5th place. He spoke to the official club website, Leedsunited.com:

“Before the game we'd made it clear that this was a big week. We have games against three teams near the bottom and it started well.

“The targets we have set are between me and the players, but they know what's required, and this was a good start to this group of games.

“It was good to be able to field the same side for the first time since I came. You want continuity, and people getting used to the system and how we play.”

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Date:Monday March 10 2008

Time: 2:41PM

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Lets hope we can follow up with two more wins before harder games against Walsall, Huddersfield,Brighton, Leyton Orient and Carlisle.
dazza71
Lads are getting it together now :-)...MOT
kazza
I think Macca is working his magic he is bringing more to leeds than wise did ,he is getting the team to play football,pass more and work as a unit .Wise was just boot up field and hope Beckford or kandol gets it ,i have seen the team enjoy playing again something they wasnt in the last month of wise being there,,
brettino
I saw that too on Sat.....Just needs a bit more work..and we will be sorted...
kazza
I agree Kazza its a shame Macca came to leeds this late ,im not saying wise didnt do a good job but his heart was never with leeds i think he used us to get himself back in the window,Bet now he wishes he stayed Newcastle are a joke,its nice to see ssomeone managing the team who knows what the fans and the club wants Fingers crossed for Macca think he is a legend true Leader......
brettino
Macca looks the business and will do the business for us..Wisey may be looking for a new job soon..Heard kit washer's available at ER..Mind you he still aint got no qualifications for that job either...lol....
kazza
 

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