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Sheffield United

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Game 05: Sunday 29 August 2004

Sheffield United 2 - 0 Leeds United
(Half-time: 0 - 0)
Crowd: 22959
Referee: P Dowd (Stoke-on-Trent)
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Match Facts
Sheffield United Team Leeds United
Paddy Kenny   Neil Sullivan
Chris Morgan   Gary Kelly Booked - 81 minutes
Subbed - 90 minutes Goal - 64 minutes Jon Harley   Frazer Richardson Booked - 48 minutes
Alan Wright   Danny Pugh
Leigh Bromby   Stephen Crainey
Paul Thirlwell   Michael Duberry Booked - 24 minutes
Alan Quinn   Paul Butler
Michael Tonge   Jermaine Wright
Philip Jagielka   Julian Joachim Subbed - 60 minutes
Subbed - 90 minutes Andy Gray   Michael Ricketts Booked - 59 minutes Subbed - 66 minutes
Goal - 50 minutes Ashley Ward   Brian Deane
Simon Francis   Scott Carson
Sub - 90 minutes Nick Montgomery   Clarke Carlisle
Jonathan Forte   Jamie McMaster Sub - 66 minutes
Sub - 90 minutes Jack Lester   Simon Walton
Barry Hayles   Aaron Lennon Sub - 60 minutes
Match Reports
BBC Sheffield United 2 - 0 Leeds United
The Guardian Blackwell says Leeds need cash to stop rot Blades ease past Leeds
The Sporting Life Sheffield United 2 - 0 Leeds
Yorkshire Evening Post United require man in middle
Yorkshire Post Masterful Blades prove top dogs

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Blackwell says Leeds need cash to stop rot - Adrian Milledge

Copy from Football Unlimited of 30/08/2004.

Leeds United are facing another season of struggle and strife on the evidence of this defeat. They have gone four league games without winning since their opening-day victory over Derby and, if results go against them in the next two days, they will occupy an all too familar position in the bottom three.

Five seasons ago they played Sheffield Wednesday in the Premiership. If there are many more displays like this, the two clubs could meet next season in League One.

Although it may be too early to contemplate the doom-laden scenario of a second successive relegation, Leeds' manager Kevin Blackwell is already sounding the alarm.

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