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Copy from Football Unlimited of 17/01/2005.
First Leeds United were betrayed by the excesses of a financially inept board. Now the hooligans are picking among the entrails; vultures in blue and yellow scarves. Twice in the past month, against Millwall and Cardiff, running battles have further besmirched the reputation of a club in permanent crisis.
On Saturday Leeds yobs attacked Cardiff supporters as they were shepherded to their coaches after the match in the second recent high-security operation at Elland Road. Ten people were arrested and two police officers injured.
The Football Association had found Leeds powerless to prevent trouble outside the ground on December 19 after another 1-1 draw, against Millwall, involving 15 arrests. As the club struggles to survive, the twisted mentality that measures supremacy in terms of violence is again gaining a foothold.