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Copy from Football Unlimited of 19/10/2005.
On a night when Leeds United suggested they really have been remodelled into a promotion-challenging team, Southampton introduced a precocious new individual talent who is surely destined to end up in the Premiership.
The only debate is whether Theo Walcott, the 16-year-old Saints prodigy, scorer of their goal and all-round joy to watch, will arrive in the promised land before or after Kevin Blackwell's steadily improving Leeds, who now sit fourth on the table.
"Leeds have got a big chance of going up but I'm frustrated because I believe we're as good as anything in this division," reflected Harry Redknapp, Southampton's manager. "Walcott was terrific though. He's a talent. Theo could easily have had a hat-trick but the important thing is that he's getting into scoring positions and making chances with his pace and skill."