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LUFC Somma off the mark at the double

New Leeds United striker Davide Somma as quickly got into the swing of things at Elland Road with a double against Rotherham United for the reserves.

The reigning League champions enjoyed a comfortable 3-0 victory at Elland Road.

The South African who signed on deadline day after a successful trail with the club, scored both his goals in the second half after Josh Falkingham had given Leeds a first half lead.

Leeds gave a number of fringe players a run out, including Ankergren, Huntington, Prutton, Kilkenny and Showunmi.

Teams

Leeds
Ankergren, Darville, Huntington, Milne, L. Turner, Prutton, Kilkenny (Elliott 80), Showunmi (Hatfield 80), Kandol, Somma, Falkingham

Subs
Jones, Booker

Rotherham
Annerson, Lynch, Brogan, Banks, Fenton (Webster 55), Nicholas, Liddell, Taylor, Broughton (Hiley 75), Taylor (Gladwin 70), Austin

Subs
Hemsley, Hancock


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 8 2009

Time: 9:12PM

Your Comments

I look forward to seeing the goals
BrighouseWhite
Apparently he took both goals really well.
dazza71
Watched it on LUTV and he took both well and shielded the ball well in attack. I lost picture for a while in the second half but saw the goals . He is a differenty player to Grella with more power and more direct. He made Kandol look a bit ordinary and big Show very odinary Falkingham was busy in midfield again and took his goal well.
erni
looks like we do have another grella then. hope i see him get his chances too.
benlufc
he needs more time, i once thought that da costa fella looked brilliant from seeing him once. although i trust sg way more than wise
anpalu
good stuff...look forward to grayson givin him a run out..mybe in the cup matches..
TWINY-LUFC
Erni: He made Kandol look ordinary. I could make Kandol look ordinary!!!lol
dazza71
 

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