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It all begins at Elland Road

Gary McAllister gets his career as Leeds boss underway tomorrow when Tranmere come to Elland Road.

McAllister is certain to get a heroes reception when he takes his place in the home dugout, but he will be looking for all three points to push forward Leeds' promotion credentials.

All four of his transfer deadline day signings, Darren Kenton, Lubo Michalik, Alan Sheehan and Anthony Elding should go straight into the squad with it likely most, maybe even all four could start.




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Date:Friday February 1 2008

Time: 3:35PM

Your Comments

I for one wish Macca all the best in his first game as Leeds United Manager tomorrow..Do us pround once again Macca like you did when you were our Captain...Hope the lads do you proud too...
kazza
good choice and speed if he comes.
mick66owl
All the best Macca, a 1-0 win 3 points, would be a good start
Tiny T
Can hardly wait for todays match. All the best to Macca and the team. Get us back on track with 3 points.
jaws
3 points will please me, the wheels were falling off us a bit with Poyet leaving and Bassett coming in, now i think its a refreshment we need to have a new boss.
tedpowelluk
Oh dear...
80s terrier
 

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