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Copy from Football Unlimited of 16/09/2003.
Leicester registered their first Premiership victory of the season last night with an emphatic performance that brought a shambolic Leeds outfit to their knees.
Two goals from the Scottish international striker Paul Dickov laid the foundations for the crushing victory after the French midfielder Lilian Nalis had set the Foxes on their way with a spectacular first-half volley. A bullet-header from James Scowcroft wrapped up proceedings in the final minute.
The parlous financial state of both clubs forced their respective managers to wheel and deal and during the summer's transfer window. So much so that it was difficult to tell from last night's line-ups which was the more financially challenged.