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Wise OTT Over Leeds Leak?

Crystal Palace manager Peter Taylor has stuck his nose in where it isn't particularly wanted and made comment about Saturday's 'incident.'

Taylor believes that this kind of thing happens all the time, and that there was very little information involved. He reckons that Leeds boss Dennis Wise has acted a little too swiftly.

'As it was, a couple of players I thought would be in the Leeds team weren't. Players talk to players, it's part of life and it's not malicious.

'I should think there are 40 similar situations around the country at the weekend.

'I don't know why Dennis has made such a big thing out of it, it has been blown out of all proportion.'

What this strikes me as however, is the media already doing what the PFA were scared of. It's being over-hyped, before any official club action has been made. We all do need to just sit back and wait to see what happens. Ok, so Wisey has said that the culprit will never play for Leeds again but we all don't know what has been said behind closed doors, or just how much information was given away.

Leeds fans, Palace fans, any other fans, the media...patience please! Peter Taylor, hows aboot sticking to running your own team. You quit the England U21 job to focus on Crystal Palace and now we find you wasting your own time talking about Leeds!

Don't even get me started on the fact that loud-mouth supreme Neil Warnock has given his opinion to Sky Sports News today as well ;-)




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Date:Monday February 12 2007

Time: 11:39PM

 

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