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LUFC Grayson going nowhere

Simon Grayson has told any club who might be interested in his services to 'forget it`.

His reputation as been enhanced after pulling off the result of the round in the FA Cup at the weekend, when they knocked out Manchester United 1-0 in their own back yard.

Grayson who is a life long Leeds United said 'My commitment to Leeds United has never been in question. I left Blackpool a year ago to join the football club I supported.
Leeds is a fantastic football club and I am not interested in going anywhere else.'

The 40 year old has just completed a year at Elland Road after leaving Blackpool, where he also enjoyed success, helping them win the League One play off final in 2007.

It`s been a remarkable first year at Elland Road with his side breaking two very long standing club records in the process.

They are currently eight points clear at the top of League One and with a game in hand having lost just the one game all season in the league.

There only other defeat came in the Carling Cup when they was unlucky to lose against Liverpool.

The news will be music to all Leeds fans ears after enduring a torrid few years and finally looking to have turned the corner.


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 4 2010

Time: 2:58PM

 

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