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Copy from Football Unlimited of 20/02/2006.
Tiredness and tension can do terrible things to teams near the top and bottom. But someone has forgotten to tell Rob Kelly's rejuvenated Leicester, whose 10 men warmed to a formidable task. Leeds will be told, in no uncertain terms, by Kevin Blackwell this morning.
After the big leap forward in midweek, winning against Watford's nine, Leeds are back to square four on the promotion board. They looked jaded but Blackwell scoffed at the fatigue factor. "Brain-dead," he asserted. Gary Kelly, their longest-serving player, was also shovelling criticism: "From start to finish we were muck."
Eirik Bakke was the only named culprit, but several others darkened Blackwell's mood. Of the midfielder, hauled off before an hour on his Leeds return, the manager said: "I expect more and I demand more and he'd better give me more. This isn't fanny football in the Championship."