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LUFC Happy New Year From Vital Leeds United

LUFC Happy New Year From Vital Leeds United

Vital Leeds United would like to wish all its contributors and fellow Leeds fans around the globe a Happy New Year.

I would like to think 2017 is a year we can all look back on with fond memories although the end of last season proved disappointing.

It really feels like the good times are really just around the corner. The improvements off the pitch have been phenomenal in the past twelve-months. The fans have come back, the ground is our own again and the interaction and initiatives between the club and the fans have come a long way.

We move into 2018 once again challenging for promotion from the Championship.

I am sure we will have some ups and downs in 2018 but I am ready for the ride.

Get behind the management and the players and here is to a successful 2018 for all of us.

Happy New Year

Daz - Vital Leeds editor

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Date:Sunday December 31 2017
Time: 5:00PM

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