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Copy from Football Unlimited of 20/12/2004.
There was a time when John Oster and Jody Morris were both tipped for great things. Oster was once hyped, albeit briefly, as the right winger to help Everton recapture former glories, while Morris heard himself hailed as "the new Dennis Wise" at Chelsea.
Mutual failure to fulfil potential allied to brushes with the law - Morris was questioned about an alleged rape before Leeds cancelled his contract when he turned up drunk to training last season and Oster received a police caution after a Durham nightclub brawl last week - has seen the pair tumble into the Championship, where their contributions proved pivotal here.
Oster, on loan from Sunderland, began tentatively in a flexible Leeds formation that fluctuated between 4-4-2 and, more frequently, 4-3-3. Alternately serving as an orthodox wide man and a third striker, Oster was primarily responsible for regularly permitting the elusive Paul Ifill to arrive unattended in the penalty area after breaking from the left of Millwall's midfield.