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Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Game 39: Tuesday 21 March 2006

Leeds United 0 - 1 Crystal Palace
(Half-time: 0 - 1)
Crowd: 24507
Referee: P Joslin (Nottinghamshire)
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Match Facts
Leeds United Team Crystal Palace
Neil Sullivan   Gabor Kiraly
Booked - 90 minutes Gary Kelly   Emmerson Boyce
Subbed - 77 minutes Stephen Crainey   Darren Ward
Booked - 75 minutes Matthew Kilgallon   Mikele Leigertwood
Paul Butler   Fitz Hall
Liam Miller   Michael Hughes Booked - 38 minutes
Subbed - 85 minutes Jonathan Douglas   Ben Watson
Shaun Derry   Joel McAnuff Goal - 43 minutes Subbed - 90 minutes
Eddie Lewis   Aki Riihilahti
Subbed - 62 minutes David Healy   Andrew Johnson
Rob Hulse   Clinton Morrison Subbed - 74 minutes
Ian Bennett   Julian Speroni
Sub - 85 minutes Eirik Bakke   Tony Popovic
Sub - 62 minutes Robbie Blake   Tom Soares Sub - 74 minutes
Sub - 77 minutes Jermaine Beckford   Marco Reich Sub - 90 minutes
Ian Moore   Dougie Freedman
Match Reports
BBC Leeds 0 - 1 Crystal Palace
The Guardian McAnuff keeps the spring in Palace's step
The Independent McAnuff stalls Leeds drive for second spot McAnuff strike sinks Leeds
The Sporting Life Leeds 0 - 1 Crystal Palace
The Electronic Telegraph Leeds waste opportunity
The Times Promotion jitters hit Leeds after Palace raid
Yorkshire Evening Post Toothless United miss their chance
Yorkshire Post Leeds squander chance

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McAnuff keeps the spring in Palace's step - Louise Taylor

Copy from Football Unlimited of 22/03/2006.

Just as some footballers construct careers around an ability to make late, incisive dashes into the penalty area, Iain Dowie is developing the coveted managerial knack of building promotion campaigns on springtime surges up the table.

Two years ago Dowie's Palace won a Premiership place after over taking almost all comers on the blindside as they morphed from relegation candidates to near invincibles, and his current team may well be poised to repeat that feat.

Suddenly firmly in the play-off frame, fifth-placed Palace certainly dented Kevin Blackwell's automatic promotion hopes, ensuring Leeds remain fourth behind both Sheffield United and Watford in an intriguing race towards the promised land.

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