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LUFC Warnock - Anything is still possible

New Leeds United boss Neil Warnock says all the club and players can do is look after themselves and hope the sides above them keep helping them out by dropping points.

Leeds moved back to within three points of the play-off places despite winning for just the fourth time in their last twelve championship games.

The championship continues to be a wide-open league with most sides capable of beating anyone on their day and Warnock says that after the dramatic late win over Doncaster Rovers on Saturday anything is still possible.

Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Warnock said "I think when you look at the league, everybody is trying to help us because nobody wants to go and win it and go up so I think the play-offs are going to be wide open.

What we have to do is look after ourselves. If we had not won today (Saturday) I would have said virtually not. When the referee put the five minutes of added time up, I turned to Mick Jones and said, If we win this game, anything is possible with the play offs".


Leeds are now in tenth place in the championship and despite most of the clubs above them having games in hand only six points separate third place and Leeds in tenth.

There are just fourteen games remaining for Leeds to get themselves into the play-off places.

Last season 75 points was required to get into the play-off places with Leeds finishing one place outside the play-off places with 72 points.

Leeds are currently five points worse off than at the same stage last season and will probably need to win eight of their last fourteen games to hold a realistic chance of securing a play-off spot.

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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 19 2012

Time: 7:36PM

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A long way to go but we will probably be playing catch up for a while. IF we can beat Portsmouth and then Southampton the confidence will suddenly be there in abundance. A big IF though.
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