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David Prutton has said that there will be nobody patting each other on the back following the equalling of Don Revie`s unbeaten league start record.

Prutton, who`s impressed for Leeds since his joining the club in the summer scored the second of the Leeds goals as Dennis Wise`s men saw off yet another club in Swansea City. Win number 7 sees record equalled, and Leeds move out of the relegation zone properly for the first time this season.

Speaking to the official club website Prutton remarked: 'It's nice to get recognition, but it'll count for nothing if we're not up there challenging." 'It's a means to an end in a way.

'We can't stop for too long and pat ourselves on the back. We need to keep getting results."

Nice to see that the players aren`t getting too carried away, it will make the celebrations all the more fun come the last game of the season.




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Date:Tuesday September 25 2007

Time: 10:04AM

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They`ve got to keep going, the fans will do the back- patting, the time for well dones will be at the end of the season...even if we had our fifteen points back there would still be a lot of work to be done
yorkshirepride1
Good comments by Prutton..All the Guys seem focused and Battle each game as if it was their first..Their Rewards will come and be ever lasting History..
kazza
 

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