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Leeds United

Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Game 09: Friday 24 September 2004

Leeds United 0 - 1 Sunderland
(Half-time: 0 - 0)
Crowd: 28926
Referee: M Ryan (Lancashire)
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Match Facts
Leeds United Team Sunderland
Neil Sullivan   Mart Poom
Gary Kelly   Stephen Wright Booked - 85 minutes
Subbed - 75 minutes Frazer Richardson   Gary Breen
Danny Pugh   George McCartney
Stephen Crainey   Steve Caldwell Booked - 73 minutes
Paul Butler   Darren Carter
Clarke Carlisle   Carl Robinson Goal - 65 minutes
Sean Gregan   Dean Whitehead
Jermaine Wright   Jeff Whitley
Subbed - 79 minutes Brian Deane   Chris Brown Subbed - 81 minutes
Brett Ormerod   Stephen Elliott Subbed - 90 minutes
Scott Carson   Thomas Myrhe
Michael Duberry   Mark Lynch
Matthew Spring   Neil Collins
Sub - 75 minutes Julian Joachim   Liam Lawrence Sub - 90 minutes
Sub - 79 minutes Booked - 90 minutes Michael Ricketts   Michael Bridges Sub - 81 minutes
Match Reports
BBC Leeds 0 - 1 Sunderland
The Guardian Leeds sunk by Robinson's quick thinking
The Independent Ormerod blunder lets Sunderland plunder Robinson strike sinks Leeds
The Sporting Life Leeds 0 - 1 Sunderland
The Electronic Telegraph Robinson sinks Leeds
The Times Robinson gives Sunderland edge with rare moment of inspiration
Yorkshire Evening Post United caught Cat napping

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Leeds sunk by Robinson's quick thinking - Graham Murray

Copy from Football Unlimited of 25/09/2004.

Carl Robinson's goal midway through the second half earned Sunderland a fourth consecutive league win, which lifted them to fourth place in the Championship.

It was Leeds's first defeat and only the second goal they have conceded at Elland Road this season but there was little evidence to support claims that they will be among the challengers for promotion.

Brett Ormerod wasted their best chance when he marked his debut by bypassing the designated penalty-taker Jermaine Wright and missing a late spot-kick.

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