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Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Game 29: Saturday 15 January 2005

Leeds United 1 - 1 Cardiff City
(Half-time: 1 - 0)
Crowd: 29548
Referee: N Barry (Scunthorpe)
Cardiff City
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Match Facts
Leeds United Team Cardiff City
Neil Sullivan   Tony Warner
Gary Kelly   Rhys Weston
Frazer Richardson   Chris Barker
Danny Pugh   Joel McAnuff
Matthew Kilgallon   Junichi Inamoto Subbed - 88 minutes
Paul Butler   Graham Kavanagh
Jermaine Wright   Danny Gabbidon
Subbed - 85 minutes Goal - 14 minutes Simon Walton   Richard Langley
Subbed - 57 minutes Aaron Lennon   Cameron Jerome Subbed - 30 minutes
David Healy   James Collins
Julian Joachim   Peter Thorne Penalty - 52 minutes
Scott Carson   Neil Alexander
Sub - 57 minutes Clarke Carlisle   Tony Vidmar
Sub - 85 minutes Matthew Spring   Lee Bullock
Leandre Griffit   Joe Ledley Sub - 30 minutes
Michael Ricketts   Alan Lee Sub - 88 minutes
Match Reports
BBC Leeds 1 - 1 Cardiff
The Guardian Fans add to Leeds' woes Leeds denied vital win
The Sporting Life Leeds 1 - 1 Cardiff
The Sunday Times Thorne cuts into Leeds
The Electronic Telegraph Nervous Leeds look over their shoulders
Yorkshire Evening Post Simple for Simon but not Leeds
Yorkshire Post Administration now, urges Butler

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Fans add to Leeds' woes - David Hopps

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.

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