Date:Tuesday November 1 2005
Matthew Kilgallon says Leeds fear no one in the Championship.
The former England under 21 player is looking forward to tonight's game against Crewe after helping Leeds to a hard fought point at Reading at the weekend.
'After playing the top team and now the second placed team we do not have anything to be frightened of now. We know our squad is good and we have to go out there and show it.'
'Me and Paul Butler are getting an understanding going again and we're looking solid. I thought Gary Kelly and Dan Harding had a great game on Saturday and the whole back four benefited from great covering from Shaun Derry and Jonathan Douglas.'
'It was a massive point especially after being one goal down at a place like Reading where they are flying is a good point for us. '
'We seem to only start going when we went 1-0 behind, showing them too much respect, and we're disappointed we didn't get going from the first minute and it took us until the 70th to get going.'
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