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Leeds United

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Game 16: Tuesday 2 November 2004

Leeds United 1 - 2 Burnley
(Half-time: 1 - 2)
Crowd: 27490
Referee: P Dowd (Stoke-on-Trent)
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Match Facts
Leeds United Team Burnley
Neil Sullivan   Brian Jensen
Gary Kelly   Lee Roche Goal - 10 minutes
Subbed - 76 minutes Booked - 30 minutes Danny Pugh   Richard Duffy Goal - 31 minutes Subbed - 86 minutes
Matthew Kilgallon   Mo Camara
Booked - 44 minutes Paul Butler   Mike Duff Booked - 66 minutes
Subbed - 67 minutes Clarke Carlisle   Frank Sinclair Booked - 51 minutes
Sean Gregan   John McGreal Subbed - 80 minutes
Goal - 1 minutes Jermaine Wright   James O'Connor
David Healy   Micah Hyde
Julian Joachim   Tony Grant
Subbed - 57 minutes Brian Deane   Robbie Blake
Scott Carson   Paul Scott
Simon Walton   Matt O'Neill Sub - 86 minutes
Sub - 67 minutes Aaron Lennon   Amadou Sanokho Sub - 80 minutes
Sub - 76 minutes Simon Johnson   Mark Yates
Sub - 57 minutes Michael Ricketts   Joel Pilkington
Match Reports
BBC Leeds 1 - 2 Burnley
The Guardian Duffy adds to Leeds suffering
The Independent Duffy strikes as takeover talk adds to Leeds gloom Clarets triumph over Whites
The Sporting Life Leeds 1 - 2 Burnley
The Electronic Telegraph Leeds waste lightning start
The Times Leeds continue downward slide
Yorkshire Evening Post Boo boys say it all in debacle
Yorkshire Post Jeers as Leeds slip close to abyss

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Duffy adds to Leeds suffering - Louise Taylor

Copy from Football Unlimited of 03/11/2004.

Right now, all the talk at Elland Road is of mooted take-overs but relegation could soon become the principal subject matter.

Without a win in five games and sinking steadily, Kevin Blackwell's young side were out manoeuvred by an under-strength Burnley and, despite starting well, look poised to endure a harsh winter.

Leeds were ahead after just 10 seconds courtesy of Matthew Kilgallon's long ball, flick-ons from Brian Deane and David Healy and a dipping, right foot finish on Jermaine Wright's part.

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