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Copy from Football Unlimited of 23/11/2005.
Leeds spent the recent international break paddling in the Mediterranean and last night, ignoring the plummeting temperature, they played with the sort of freedom and improvisation you would expect from a team with the sun still in their bones.
No matter that their goals were derived from set pieces - a David Healy penalty and a free-kick from the outstanding Robbie Blake - the second-half performance of Kevin Blackwell's side brimmed with purpose and invention. Moreover, it was good enough not only to consolidate fourth place but suggest that their promotion challenge is serious.
"We need to improve but we also showed how good we can be. We had a bit of flair in the second half," said Blackwell, whose side appeared to have benefited from their trip to the south of France.