Date:Wednesday November 30 2005
Tigers fans wanting to attend the New Year's Eve game had been told they must make the trip on official coaches with tickets only being handed out on the approach to Leeds.
However, following talks between the two clubs and police, the Elland Road safety advisory group decided the 1,700 visiting fans can travel freely without restriction.
Taylor has applauded the decision.
The Tigers boss said: 'Our fans have been magnificent all season and there is no doubt it's a huge boost for us to have them at Leeds. Undoubtedly it's one of the highlights of the season for the fans and I'm sure they will do the club proud by behaving themselves.'
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