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LUFC - Leeds turn down Kilkenny approach

Leeds United have turned down an approach from Doncaster Rovers for midfielder Neil Kilkenny.

Rovers approached their Yorkshire neighbours but were told he was not for sale by Leeds boss Simon Grayson.

The Australian international joined Leeds from Oldham in January 2008 when Doncaster were also interested in signing him.

Kilkenny looked like he was on his way out of Elland Road in January when Brighton almost signed him on deadline day.

The 23 year old who joined Leeds for 150,000 was struggling to get into the side but had an impressive second half of the season and became an integral part of the Leeds midfield.



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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 4 2009

Time: 2:34PM

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I thought he played really well once he got into Graysons side. gets in a lot of tackles and through a lot of hard work unnoticed.
dazza71
Moaning Aussie won me over with his displays
Tiny T
His displays improved beyond recognition .under Larry but I still cant understand why he tires so rapidly towards the end of games and needs to be subbed so often. I would have been the first to say let him go in January but not now.
erni
 

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