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Copy from Football Unlimited of 22/10/2005.
A once firm friendship has turned into something like enmity between Kevin Blackwell and Neil Warnock but, should both their teams win promotion, they have agreed to dine out together. Do not bet against it happening. This compelling draw leaves Sheffield United six points clear at the head of the Championship while Leeds, handily placed in fourth, look stronger by the week.
Before defecting to assist Peter Reid here Blackwell was Warnock's No2 at Bramall Lane but their parting was acrimonious and the pair's relationship remains tense, highlighted by the manner in which they fleetingly touched rather than shook hands at the end.
"It was a good, tight, game and a fair result," reflected Blackwell. "There were times when we had each other on the rack; it was a cracking atmosphere and felt like the old Premiership days. But it was also a benchmark as to how far Leeds have moved on in the past nine months."