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Ifill set for Leeds switch?

The mirror.co.uk, along with Eurosport and many others are suggesting that Matthew Kilgallon is set to leave the club in January.

Sheffield United are believed to be offering Paul Ifill, who worked with Leeds boss Dennis Wise whilst at Millwall.

Rumour has it that the deal will be Ifill+2million in return for the Barbados international midfielder.




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Date:Saturday December 30 2006

Time: 9:39PM

 

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