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Leeds Done and Dusted

Leeds Done and Dusted

Leeds United succumbed to another defeat as they fell to a Derby side already in the playoffs. The club, having gone into administration this week gave a chance to a number of youngsters, including Robert Bayly who when making his full first team appearance, decided that he was going to get sent off after apparently trying his hardest to head-but Derby`s Craig Fagan.

Goals from Darren Curie and Tyrone Mears were the difference between the two sides. Wisey decided to name another three teenagers on the bench and there was no place for David Healy, with the Northern Irishman all but certain to be following a number of high-profile players out of the League One-bound club.

We`ve gone, we`re done, we`re dusted and I for one am glad it`s all over.

Bring on next season and a promotion push to excite us all!




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Date:Sunday May 6 2007
Time: 7:59PM

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