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Hartlepool Utd 2-1 Leeds United

Leeds suffered their first defeat this pre-season after losing 2-1 at Hartlepool United.


James Brown scored on 14 and 55 minutes to give the home side a two-goal lead.


Steve Stone scored from a Mark Fotheringham cross after 60 minutes but it turned out to be no more than a consolation.


New signing David Livermore made his full debut, while former Newcastle man Robbie Elliot and Former Celtic youngster Mark Fotheringham both featured after joining on trial.



Hartlepool United2 (Brown 14, 55)


Leeds United 1 (Stone 60)


Hartlepool United: Konstantopoulos, Barron (Brackstone 87), Robson, Tinkler (Strachan 79), Nelson, Clark, Sweeney (Bullock 82), Humphreys, Porter (Williams 75), Boyd (Foley 85), Brown (Maidens 60). Subs (not used): Provett.


Leeds United: Sullivan, Kelly, Butler (Gregan 60)Foxe, Elliot, Stone, Bakke, Fotheringham (Griffiths 73), Livermore (Richardson 78), Healy, Blake (Beckford 46). Subs (not used): Bennett, Parker.




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Date:Saturday July 22 2006

Time: 3:19PM

 

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