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Copy from Football Unlimited of 27/12/2003.
The days immediately after Christmas are traditionally a time for taking things back, items that do not fit or are just plain unacceptable. Sadly for the 38,000-odd here, they will never be able to get these 90 minutes back, not even with a valid receipt.
An afternoon that was meant to be about spice, bile and personality clashes - well, David O'Leary was making his first return to Elland Road - turned out just bland.
No goals, no real football of notable flow, not even O'Leary's presence could provoke malevolence from Leeds fans, disgruntled at his part in their demise. Not a smidgen of ire was in evidence, but then again O'Leary and his counterpart Eddie Gray did had not much to discuss either, certainly not what each had just witnessed. Both were relatively happy with a point, but the neutral left a game in which the first serious shot on target came in the 81st minute from Alan Smith feeling a lack of seasonal brotherhood.