Support The Blue Cross - Britain's pet charity
Coventry City

Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Game 28: Monday 3 January 2005

Coventry City 1 - 2 Leeds United
(Half-time: 0 - 1)
Crowd: 19084
Referee: N Miller (County Durham)
Leeds United
« Crewe Alexandra   Birmingham City »
Match Facts
Coventry City Team Leeds United
Luke Steele   Neil Sullivan
Adie Williams   Frazer Richardson
Booked - 14 minutes Louis Carey   Danny Pugh
Subbed - 68 minutes Stuart Giddings   Matthew Kilgallon Booked - 9 minutes
Richard Shaw   Clarke Carlisle Booked - 81 minutes Sent off - 84 minutes
Micky Doyle   Sean Gregan
Stephen Hughes   Jermaine Wright
Subbed - 27 minutes Eddie Johnson   Simon Walton
Goal - 82 minutes Gary McSheffrey   Aaron Lennon Subbed - 83 minutes
Stern John   Nathan Blake Goal - 28 minutes Booked - 29 minutes Subbed - 79 minutes
Subbed - 45 minutes Dele Adebola   David Healy Goal - 65 minutes Booked - 18 minutes
Scott Shearer   Scott Carson
Sub - 68 minutes Steve Staunton   Matthew Spring Sub - 83 minutes
Isaac Osbourne   Gylfi Einarsson
Sub - 27 minutes Graham Barrett   Julian Joachim Sub - 79 minutes
Sub - 45 minutes Neil Wood   Michael Ricketts
Match Reports
BBC Coventry 1 - 2 Leeds
The Guardian Leeds make merry at expense of Reid Whites sink Sky Blues
The Sporting Life Coventry 1 - 2 Leeds
The Electronic Telegraph Reid gets sinking feeling
Yorkshire Evening Post Plucky United strike it rich

The Times, Sunday Times and Telegraph now seem to require registration to view articles on their sites, with the Times and Sunday Times charging readers outside the UK. The Times/Sunday Times has also moved some of the older articles into an archive which requires separate registration and requires you to pay to access the content. The Independent now charges for access to articles more than a week old.

Leeds make merry at expense of Reid - John Ashdown

Copy from Football Unlimited of 04/01/2005.

Peter Reid must hate the sight of Leeds United. Having endured a miserable eight months in charge there during 2003, the Elland Road club yesterday turned the pressure on in him once again, in his role as manager of Coventry.

"You don't like it when the crowd chants like that," he said. "We've had a couple of poor performances but we could have conceivably won four or five of the previous five or six games. Today the supporters were frustrated as is normally the case over the Christmas period when you get big crowds, but we haven't played as well in the last two as we might have [done]."

Read the rest...

Leeds United Web Ring
Prev 5 | Skip Prev | Prev | Next | Skip Next | Next 5
Random | List | Join | Awards | Member : Jabba

Counter is run by Jabba. Last modified $Date: 2003/07/20 10:02:48 $. Credits