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Copy from Football Unlimited of 04/12/2005.
Leeds chairman Ken Bates celebrated his birthday a day early when a goal from defender Matthew Kilgallon 17 minutes from time took his side into third place in the Championship.
Bates saw his side complete four successive League wins for the first time in four seasons. But it was a close call with Leicester, reduced to 10 men when Patrick McCarthy was sent off as Leeds got their winner.
Foxes manager Craig Levein said his defender had been wrong and deserved to be dismissed. 'It was wrong to go running towards the linesman. The referee has reacted to something he has said and he deserves to go if that is the case. I have no complaints whatsoever with that.