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

Reading 1 - 1 Leeds United
(Half-time: 0 - 0)
Crowd: 22012
Referee: P Joslin (Nottinghamshire)
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Match Facts
Reading Team Leeds United
Marcus Hahnemann   Neil Sullivan
Nicky Shorey   Gary Kelly
Ibrahima Sonko   Frazer Richardson Subbed - 68 minutes
Graeme Murty   Matthew Kilgallon
Subbed - 84 minutes Booked - 82 minutes Goal - 63 minutes Brynjar Gunnarsson   Paul Butler Booked - 65 minutes
Subbed - 87 minutes Bobby Convey   Jonathan Douglas
Glen Little   Daniel Harding
James Harper   Shaun Derry
Ivar Ingimarsson   Eddie Lewis Subbed - 90 minutes
Kevin Doyle   Robbie Blake Subbed - 66 minutes
Dave Kitson   Rob Hulse
Graham Stack   Ian Bennett
Sub - 87 minutes Steve Hunt   Danny Pugh Sub - 90 minutes
Sub - 84 minutes Steven Sidwell   Sean Gregan
John Oster   David Healy Goal - 75 minutes Sub - 66 minutes
Eric Chukwunyelu Obinna   Ian Moore Sub - 68 minutes
Match Reports
BBC Reading 1 - 1 Leeds
The Independent Healy spares Leeds' blushes
The Observer Healy strike keeps Reading in check Healy earns Leeds point
The Sporting Life Reading 1 - 1 Leeds
The Sunday Times Leeds rescued by Healy
The Electronic Telegraph Sub Healy rescues Leeds as Reading lack ruthless touch
The Times Reading play same old record
Yorkshire Evening Post Goal hero Healy makes his point

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Healy strike keeps Reading in check - Stuart Barnes

Copy from Football Unlimited of 30/10/2005.

Steve Coppell is not one for re-writing the record books. 'Short-term gimmicks are not important,' he wrote in the match-day programme. 'The long-term goal is all that matters.'

Reading's manager will reserve judgment on his team's season until he finds out whether they can maintain the cracking pace set so far in the Championship.

But Coppell was certainly full of praise for the performance which established a new club record of 18 successive matches unbeaten - 15 in the league and three in the Carling Cup - achieved after a home defeat by Plymouth on the first day of the season.

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