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McAllister stays positive

Gary McAllister's first match in charge of Leeds ended in defeat on Saturday against Tranmere.

Despite this defeat McAllister is remaining positive about his sides chances of promotion and still believes that Leeds are more than capable of doing this, and can do this in the right way, he said: "I'm fully aware what it takes to get out of this league.

"We are what we are, but the players have already proved they are capable.

"I'm going to encourage them to play the way I like and they've got to have that mentality."

The defeat meant it was a second successive league defeat at Elland Road, but there is still plenty to play for and McAllister is talking a good talk.




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Date:Monday February 4 2008

Time: 8:10AM

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No longer would you be top with your 15 points
cyjax
Still A Fair Way To Go Yet...!!
horseworrier
It's a good job you got the start you did or you could have been in a spot of bother!!
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Spot of Bother what's that!!A new Spot Cream..lol
kazza
Any chance of rearanging the odd fixture..we'd love to play you lot on Saturday...AVE IT..!!!
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Its a good job we had the start we did!!! -15 points wasn't my idea of a good start!
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