Leeds United FC FA Carling Premiership
Game 38: Sunday 10 May 1998

Leeds United 1 - 1 Wimbledon

(Half-time: 0 - 0)

Crowd: 38172
Referee: S W Dunn (Bristol)
Wimbledon FC
 
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Match Facts
  Teams Unused Subs
Leeds Martyn, Kelly, Wetherall, Radebe (Jackson 82), Harte, Halle, Bowyer, Haaland, Kewell (Hopkin 73), Hasselbaink, Wallace (Lilley 73) Beeney, Robertson
Wimbledon Sullivan, Kimble, Perry, McAllister, Thatcher, Ardley, Roberts, Fear, Kennedy, Euell (Ekoku 73), Leaburn Hughes, Heald, Jupp, Francis
  Scorers Other Info
Leeds Haaland 81  
Wimbledon Ekoku 88  
  Yellow Cards Red Cards
Leeds    
Wimbledon    

Match Statistics
  Leeds Wimbledon
Corners won ? ?
Fouls committed ? ?
Hit woodwork ? ?
Offsides committed ? ?
Shirt numbers of goalscorers 4 ?
Yellow cards 0 0
Red cards 0 0

Match Reports
Fans' Reports
Nick Allen vs Wimbledon
Newspaper/Newswire Reports
The Times Wimbledon finish up at bottom of goals list
The Electronic Telegraph Leeds in a comedy of errors
Links to Reports on the net
Soccernet Soccernet match report
Carlingnet Carlingnet match report

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vs Wimbledon - Nick Allen

A nothing game, two teams with nothing to play for, two nothing performances, a nothing atmosphere - put it all together and what have you got ?

A very short report.

The pigeon was back and this time he'd brought some mates...

Bloke a the front of the W stand, end nearest the Kop, got pulled out by 4 or 5 Showsec guys - don't know why, he might have been pissed up, he looked like he was going to join in WATC-COE. Anyway a lot of argybargy he didn't want to go, but they eventually shoved him off up the tunnel. But come the start of the 2nd half there he was again back in the same seat - and he looked he'd been given a bit of a slapping.

Parade around the pitch - what a lot of knackered buggers they looked - can't think why cos none of 'em except LeeBowya had broken sweat all afternoon. The twat in the suit was announcing THE LEEDS UTD FIRST TEAM SQUAD as they trotted round, but he didn't know them - he was reading it off the back of the programme !

Top marks of the day to that woman who burst through the security in front of the Kop to get Jackson's shirt. A big lass and they weren't going to stop her.

GOALS

OURS- off Alfie's knees
THEIRS - an old fashioned CForwards challenge at the far post.

POINTS everybody -6- except for Lucas and Bowyer -8-

GG waved to us.

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