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LUFC Captain can't wait for Millwall clash

Leeds United club captain Richard Naylor cannot wait for next Monday`s clash with inform Millwall at Elland Road.

After a poor performance at the weekend against Southampton the team can`t wait to bounce back from the poor showing.

Speaking on the Official website, Naylor said "We`ve had enough midweek games since Christmas and while it`s good in one sense not to have one, there`s a long time to wait now before we play Millwall".

Millwall are the form side in League One at the moment and are probably Leeds biggest danger for automatic promotion, with the gap between the sides cut to six points after their emphatic 4-0 home win over fellow promotion contenders Charlton Athletic at the weekend.

Leeds will be looking to bounce back and also gain some revenge over the side that knocked them out of last seasons play offs and also inflicted Leeds only defeat in the league this season, before the New Year.


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 16 2010

Time: 8:50PM

Your Comments

They need to start doing a bit more of the talking on the pitch.
dazza71
With Naylor not performing should he be in the side
Tiny T
He looked better on Saturday but I've always been impressed by Bromby when he's played in the centre.
DonnyEd
I think that would be a massive decision from SG if he decided to leave him out. I'm with you DonnyEd, Bromby has looked impressive when played at centre back. That was his best position at Sheff U too.
AndyCapsXI
If he is playing poorly he should get subbed before he gets sent off. If he repeats the stuff he did on Saturday he could get into trouble. Millwall don't need any help at the moment to win a game. This is a game that you can't lose as that will really hurt you. I predict a 2-0 win with the two B's scoring.
SFC Forever
 

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