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No Need For Boo-Boys Says Boss

Having seen a major slump in recent games, the fans made their feelings felt on Saturday at the final whistle. Leeds failed to score for the fourth successive match when held 0-0 by Plymouth at Elland Road but Kevin Blackwell was not impressed by the actions of the Boo Boys.

Blackwell: 'I would like to congratulate the players after a hard season for achieving one of the targets we set out to do and that was to get the minimum of a play-off place. I have to take my hat off to them.

'I know things are currently frustrating for fans and players alike, but let's shout them home and make sure Elland Road is a fortress because we need everybody behind us.

'I'm frustrated about certain things but you have to remember how far we have come this season.

'When I see crowds cheer people off after losing 4-1 against Arsenal (last season), I think these lads deserve applause when they come off even though it was 0-0.'




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Date:Monday April 10 2006

Time: 9:55PM

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The fans are right to be disgruntled, but should not be short sighted, tremendous improvement in the last 12 months, in the playoffs when any thing can happen. Leeds fans need to support the team and roar them through the lay offs..
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