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Leeds United

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Game 06: Saturday 10 September 2005

Leeds United 3 - 3 Brighton and Hove Albion
(Half-time: 0 - 1)
Crowd: 21212
Referee: M Pike (Cumbria)
Brighton and Hove Albion
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Match Facts
Leeds United Team Brighton and Hove Albion
Ian Bennett   Wayne Henderson
Gary Kelly   Guy Butters
Subbed - 57 minutes Frazer Richardson   Richard Carpenter
Paul Butler   Dean Hammond Booked - 69 minutes
Daniel Harding   Sebastien Carole Goal - 51 minutes
Own goal - 83 minutes Sean Gregan   Paul Reid
Shaun Derry   Albert Jarrett Subbed - 69 minutes
Subbed - 80 minutes Eddie Lewis   Gary Hart
Gylfi Einarsson   Leon Knight Goal - 28 minutes
Booked - 86 minutes Goal - 65 minutes Goal - 70 minutes David Healy   Jake Robinson Subbed - 88 minutes
Subbed - 57 minutes Rob Hulse   Paul McShane
Neil Sullivan   Florent Chaigneau
Matthew Kilgallon   Gary Elphick
Sub - 57 minutes Booked - 59 minutes Goal - 90 minutes Jonathan Douglas   Alexis Nicolas
Sub - 80 minutes Robbie Blake   Charlie Oatway Sub - 88 minutes
Sub - 57 minutes Richard Cresswell   Colin Kazim-Richards Booked - 90 minutes Sub - 69 minutes
Match Reports
BBC Leeds 3 - 3 Brighton
The Observer Leeds draw on Healy heroics Healy helps Whites to point
The Sporting Life Leeds 3 - 3 Brighton
The Sunday Times Healy repeats heroics
Yorkshire Evening Post Kop idol Healy leads rescue

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Leeds draw on Healy heroics - Spencer Vignes

Copy from Football Unlimited of 11/09/2005.

Kevin Blackwell knows a thing or two about managing with the bare bones. So when the Leeds boss describes Mark McGhee's job as 'difficult beyond belief' you tend to believe him.

'Brighton have got to take their hat off to Mark because you hate to think where they would be without him,' said Blackwell, who took over a club with debts of around £120 million when he came to Leeds last summer.

'It must be so frustrating because he knows what he wants to do, and how to do it, but he can't actually go ahead and do it because of the situation the club is in.'

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