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April 30: Former Leeds fullback Danny Mills says that the fans will help the club recover from the disaster of relegation. Mills was a key member of the squad that made it to the Champions League semi-finals in 2001 before becoming part of the cost-cutting clearout (even though we kept on paying his wages). He said: "If the fans get the team they deserve, it won't be long until they're back in the Premiership. Leeds fans are fantastic, they are among the best in the country." He added: "I fell in love with Leeds during my time at the club. I still live around Leeds and I have been consoling desperate fans and friends."
April 30: Rumours have been flying around that the club is about to go into administration this week to allow debts to be written off and restructuring to finally draw a line under the past. It seems that under league rules that would get us a 10-point penalty this season - but leave us in the clear for next year, unlike Rotherham who entered administration in the close season last year and so kicked off this campaign on -10 points. Leeds chief executive Shaun Harvey said: "It is important that we take time to reflect on all the factors that have seen us relegated, barring a miracle at Derby next week. We need to make considered and structured decisions, both on and off the field, over the forthcoming weeks to position ourselves to use next season as a springboard to go forward from. There is no point in looking back as we cannot change the past. What we need to do is positively affect the future to get this great club back to where it should be so we can all be proud of the club again." Club staff are due to be told their fate on Sunday or Monday according to several sources.
April 30: Ken Bates said nothing about administration - but he did knock back those who suggested that a ticket price cut should be high on the agenda for next season. He added: "We've been looking at budgets, reviewing our costs and reviewing where we can save money to make sure that next season we're profitable and can improve the team. This is a great club on hard times. We'll be back again sooner or later, but how quickly will depend on the fans. Little clubs are always little clubs and big clubs are always big clubs." He also backed Dennis Wise, stating quite blankly that the dressing room was in chaos under Kevin Blackwell and that Wise had made many improvements that - with better luck - might have paid off.
April 29: Peter Ridsdale has once again bleated that Leeds' relegation is nothing to do with him. After all: "What I do know is that when I left Leeds four years ago they had Paul Robinson, Harry Kewell, Mark Viduka and Alan Smith, among others. That team should never have been relegated, never mind finding themselves in the plight they are now." Yes Peter, but by then all the players knew that the finances were screwed, you'd kicked out a manager and replaced him with a man that the High Court found to be a liar and of dubious character, made promises to the fans that certain players wouldn't be sold - and then sold them, and finally passed the club into the hands of an underfunded and inept bunch of "businessmen" who sold off anything that you'd failed to mortgage before realising they didn't have a clue and bailing out themselves. Ridsdale added: "Until people there concentrate on the future I don't think they have got a chance of coming back." And maybe if they didn't have to focus so much on past problems - like paying players signed on enormous contracts under your regime two years after they've left the club - then maybe they would have been able to do that. The man is a moron and I'm amazed that he's trusted with enough money to go to the shops to get a bag of chips never mind running a football club.
April 29: The pitch invasion that turned the end of the Ipswich game into such a farce will be investigated by the FA. On the positive side it doesn't look like there will be a points penalty attached to any outcome, but we could end up with a large fine or forced to play a match or two behind closed doors courtesy of the idiots who decided that charging onto the pitch in injury time with Leeds attacking and with a small chance of scoring a winner was a good idea. The majority of the fans at the game made it clear what they thought - and it's hard to disagree with that view.
April 29: Dennis Wise has been good enough to take the blame for the failure of his team to avoid the drop. He said: "We've done everything we could possibly do. I take full responsibility for everything that has happened because we're big people but unfortunately we haven't done what we came here to do. We're sad, we're disappointed. I could say a lot of things but I'm not going to sit here and make excuses. As a group, as a manager, it has not been good enough." However he's not quitting and says that both he and assistant Gus Poyet will be there from the summer to get things right for next season. He said: "We'll make sure these players we have are fit and strong enough and mentally strong enough to get us up. I'll be sitting down with the chairman Ken Bates to discuss everything and we'll take it from there." There will be many departures - with returned loan players and too-good-for-this-levellers leaving in the summer, and no doubt a degree of book-balancing will be required to cope with the lower income. However, as Bates has pointed out on numerous occasions, the club's long-term payments to former players finally come to an end this summer, so Wise should at least have some degree of a clean slate to work with.
April 29: Eddie Gray added his voice to the chorus of disapproval over Saturday's pitch invasion. He said: "If you're going to go it would be nice to do so with a bit of dignity and they didn't allow the club to do that. I did a phone-in after the game and fans were telling me they had been there with their kids hoping to see Gary Kelly's presentation to thank him for 16 years' service. But they were forced to leave the ground before seeing it because they were frightened. That's the sad thing. The vast majority of fans let the minority know just how they felt about them and they have been terrific all season. Your heart goes out to them." Gray is positive for the future of the club - but is not putting a timescale on recover: "Leeds will get back up, I'm sure of that, but you just don't know how long it's going to take them to get back to the top level again. Given the financial circumstances in the game now it's going to be very hard. Those teams coming down from the Premiership over the next couple of seasons will have lots of money to help them get back up and we've got a fight on just getting back into the Championship."
April 28: The fat lady has drawn breath and there's no sign of a sniper in the Gods to stop her belting out the tune next week, so I suppose we'll have to accept the fact that Leeds will be playing in the third division for the first time in the club's history. For some reason, it seems the entire press corps has chosen to represent this fate in terms of two of our opponents next season: Hartlepool and Walsall have been chosen as best exemplifying the quality of the opposition, and if I were a fan of those clubs I'd be having a right old go at the lazy hack journos. Who can we blame for this state of affairs? Take your pick from Ridsdale, O'Leary, Bowyer, Woodgate, Ridsdale, the FA, refs, Venables, Ridsdale (did I already mention him?), Krasner's Klueless Konsortium, Kevin Blackwell, Uncle Ken, Wise and Poyet. Ultimately though, few of that list had to take the field and get a result when and where it mattered, and it's hard to point a finger beyond the collective body of 100-odd players who have donned the white shirt over the last 5 years. Taken individually and compared against the resources available to other teams in both the Premiership before relegation and the Championship since, we've had players with the experience and ability to do a lot better than we've managed. Sure, they may have been managed by people who allowed them to coast through training and turn up unfit, overweight and unsure of tactics. But far too few of those players have shown more than the smallest hint of professional pride and self-respect as the club has slipped further and further down the ladder, and whoever is given the responsibility of dragging the club to promotion next season, unless that basic problem is addressed we'll go absolutely nowhere.
April 27: Jonathan Woodgate has turned his loan spell at Boro into a permanent move, giving up the chance to showcase his talent in the best league in the world and challenge for a Champions League medal with a regular run-out at the Riverside. He said: "I made my mind up about three months ago, to be honest, but we could not really say anything. I went into the manager's office and told him I wanted to sign. I think he was caught unexpectedly when I told him. I am extremely happy. It has been an ambition of mine to play for the club and I am doing that now - I am going to do that for the next four years." I suppose that at least he's likely to get a regular first team spot but it doesn't say much for the self-confidence of a player who just a few years ago was making a mockery of Rio Ferdinand's price tag when playing alongside him at Elland Road.
April 26: Tore Andre Flo could be set to have one last crack at helping Leeds out of the relegation mire despite not playing since January. Dennis Wise has indicated that the striker could be on the bench for Saturday's crucial match against Ipswich. Michael Gray is over his illness and Alan Thompson has avoided a ban so Wise at least has a couple of options.
April 25: Alan Thompson has won his appeal against a ban arising from the red card he received at St Mary's and will now be eligible to play in the last two games of theseason. Doesn't get us the points back from that game of course, but at least it's a start....
April 25: The club have appealed to fans to stay off the pitch at the end of the last home game of the season at the weekend. In recent years the final whistle has signalled an invasion - more in relief the season was over rather than to celebrate anything. The club pointedly avoided using the term "lap of honour", instead saying that the players would thank the fans for their support, and that a presentation would be made to Gary Kelly as he comes to the end of a 16-year stint with the club.
April 24: Neil Sullivan has returned to the club following the expiry of his loan spell with Doncaster Rovers. Sullivan made 14 appearances with 8 clean sheets but with 2 games to go and no chance of promotion, he's now surplus to requirements.
April 24: Dennis Wise has discounted any possibility of catching Barnsley and Leicester with just two games to go: he reckons that relegation is a straight fight between Leeds and Hull. Wise said: "There's a certain amount of points we need to get and we need to rely on Hull slipping up. We've got to rely on other teams now and do our in-house results, and get them right. We've got an important game on Saturday, but it all changes. On 84 minutes last Saturday we were out of it."
April 23: Leeds will appeal against Alan Thompson's red card - but it's not yet clear when the appeal might be heard. Dennis Wise said: "The linesman was the one who sent him off. I said [to the ref] you need to see the bigger picture. Viafara had got up to grab hold of Eddie and Thommo has pulled him away. I think they misunderstood the whole situation. It was a foul before, maybe he should have got a yellow card for that, but his decision ruined the game for us. I also said he had missed Chris Baird punching him. It was a poor decision which changed the whole game."
April 23: Michael Gray's loan will be extended to the end of the season. The defender has been impressive since his arrival for a second loan spell from Blackburn, and maybe if he hadn't been ruled out through illness on Saturday we might have escaped from St Mary's with a point. Ho hum...spilt milk...
April 23: Alan Thompson's hearing has been set for Wednesday: let's hope the FA see sense and overturn his straight red card when they review the ref's report and the tape.
April 21: Not for the first time in the club's history, a dodgy decision by the ref could cost us dear. Alan Thompson's first half dismissal for conduct interpreted as "violent" by an assistant ref who was barely in the same stadium as the incident, left Leeds up against it for an hour, and the team finally succumbed to Bradley Wright-Phillips' late strike. If Thompson had kicked someone up in the air or laid them out we'd be hard-pressed to complain, but his "crime" was to stop Southampton's John Viafara from landing a punch on Eddie Lewis. The home player escaped punishment but Thompson saw red and will now miss the rest of the season as a result. To make matters worse, Nick Barmby scored a last-minute equaliser for Hull at Stoke, so they remain a point ahead of us, and Leicester ended their slump with a win over Preston. So what does it all mean? Well we now need two wins to overtake Barnsley and Leicester: since these two play each other before facing tough games against play-off teams on the last day of the season. So if we assume they'll lose their last match (some hope the way things have gone!) then a draw will guarantee Leicester's safety barring a 4-0 battering for the Foxes and Leeds pulling off two similar results against Ipswich and Derby. If we do win both of our games and Barnsley fail to beat Leicester and lose their last game then we'll be ahead of them on goal difference. Hull face a tough trip to Cardiff next weekend and although Cardiff are out of playoff contention you'd fancy a home win there. However their last match of the season is at home to Plymouth which you'd probably have down as a home win too. So unless Hull lose at Cardiff and do no better than draw against Plymouth, we need two wins or we're toast. I'll get the marmalade and butter....
April 20: On-loan Slovakian defender Lubomir Michalik has been recalled by Bolton after their own ranks were depleted through injury. Michalik had played in 7 games, scoring once, and was supposed to remain at Elland Road until the end of the season. Matt Heath and Rui Marques will be the most likely centre-back partnership as a result: let's hope this late change isn't too disruptive for the team.
April 20: Kevin Blackwell saw his team relegated tonight as they went down 1-0 at Derby. With two games remaining, the Hatters can't escape from the drop zone and Blackwell now faces a repeat of the position he found himself in a couple of years ago, taking control when relegation was all but a certainty and facing a rebuilding exercise one division down.
April 19: Alan Thompson faces a late fitness test to see if he can take the field against Southampton on Saturday. Thompson was clearly rushed back from his long injury lay-off and is struggling to play two games in a row, but with the stakes so high, Dennis Wise will almost certainly feel the need to take the risk and play him.
April 18: A semi-experienced reserve team came back from conceding an early goal to hold title-chasing Nottingham Forest 1-1 at Elland Road. Gary Kelly, Stephen Crainey, Seb Carole, Gylfi Einarsson and Tresor Kandol provided the first team experience. Crainey lost out to Forest's Irish youngster Mark Byrne to concede the opener on 3 minutes, but made amends with a free kick just past the hour mark which squared the match.
April 17: For once Birmingham have done us a big favour. After a spell in which they seemed to be falling over themselves to lose to our relegation rivals, they managed to beat Leicester 1-2 tonight. Leicester have to face Preston, Barnsley and Wolves in their remaining games and points could be very hard to come by as their late slide into the drop zone continues. Meanwhile if Brum can keep up their form with wins over Wolves and Sheff Wed, Derby may find that an automatic promotion place is beyond them by the last day of the season and take the opportunity to rest players and pull out of tackles to avoid injuries and cards ahead of the play-offs when we visit Pride Park. If only...
April 17: Ian Westlake says that he's been frustrated sitting on the sidelines as the team struggle against relegation. He's been out for two months after a groin injury sidelined him, and he said: "I've watched everything though. It gets frustrating sometimes, but I've been watching. It's been very nervy, but the lads have done brilliant and I hope they can keep it going. I'm a very frustrated fan at the moment because I just want to get on and help." Meanwhile former players Matt Kilgallon and Dominic Matteo voiced their support for the relegation fight. Killa said: "At the moment, Leeds seem to keep winning, but the other teams do as well. They're doing well at the moment, though, and I can see them staying up." Matteo said: "I'm sure they'll scrape out of it though this season, I really hope they do. I try not to think about that goal in the San Siro too much now as it gets me down to see where they are now. It's a massive club and they shouldn't be in the predicament they are in. Somehow they've got to get out of it. I had good times there and a special rapport with the fans. If it wasn't for the relegation and the club having to sell me for certain financial issues I'd still be there. I had no choice but to leave."
April 15: David O'Leary says that Leeds are not doomed, and the recent run of good form could be enough to stave off relegation. He said: "Their form over the last few games has been good and they've started to win games. That's what they need. There are still plenty of clubs in the mix and it is going to be very tight." However he doesn't really appear to be in touch with what's been going on at Elland Road. He added: "I don't really know Kevin [Blackwell] and what went on within the club but it came as a great shock to a lot of people round the city when he was replaced." Errr...no, David. It wasn't a shock to anyone - not even Kevin Blackwell.
April 13: With just 4 games remaining this season, Dennis Wise says that Gary Kelly's Leeds career is effectively over. There have been plenty of rumours doing the rounds as to why the Irishman hasn't been selected, but Wise said it was simply down to fitness and the form of the other players in the team: "Gary Kelly is not fully fit. He was out for three months and he's a bit off the pace. Anyway, Frazer Richardson has been outstanding so fit or not, I don't think Gary would play in front of Frazer. If I need a right-back, he could play but I've got a few players who can play there. If Gary Kelly taps me on the back and says he can get me five goals in four games, I'll play him every week but he's right-back so it would be difficult to turn round and play him." Meanwhile Richard Cresswell is set to return alongside new captain David Healy - Wise said that Cresswell had still not properly recovered from his injuries so had to be rested against Colchester to ensure he remained fit for the rest of the season. And finally, Wise confirmed that Tore Andre Flo's brief Leeds career is over: the player is signed on a contract to the end of the season but will not regain his fitness in time to contribute. Wise said: "t's been a massive blow to us. He is a little embarrassed about picking up his money. I know Tore and that's the type of person he is. I see him every morning and he looks embarrassed, but these things happen in football. He's seen so many different people to try and get him right but you have to realise that he's been out for a long while so even if he was to come back, I don't think he'd be ready because of fitness."
April 12: The managerial merry-go-round is gathering pace as the season comes to a close and various clubs are realising that they're going down or achieving no more than mid-table mediocrity. Fulham are hovering just above the Premiership relegation zone and have already kicked out Chris Coleman and replaced him with Lawrie Sanchez. The Northern Ireland boss takes charge for the remainder of the season and has previously said that he'd see out his international contract which would run to the Euro 2008 Championships but realistically he will be full-time at Craven Cottage if he keeps them up this season. Of course new managers like to bring in new players - and inevitably Sanchez is keen to bring in the player who has been instrumental in his team topping their qualifying group, and it's hard to see how David Healy - or Leeds - would be able to turn down such an offer.
April 11: David Healy has been given the captain's armband for the remainder of the season as Jonathan Douglas learned that he had been banned for 5 games as a result of his red card at Colchester and the accumulation of 15 yellows over the season.
April 11: Former Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday defender and ex-Norwich boss Nigel Worthington has been appointed manager of tumbling Leicester City. The Foxes sacked Rob Kelly after 8 matches went by without a win and a slump that has taken them to the edge of the drop zone. New Leicester owner Milan Mandaric has appointed Worthington on a caretaker basis to the end of the season with the obvious implication that some improved form between now and then will give him the job permanently.
April 10: It seems that skipper Jonathan Douglas was dismissed after the final whistle yesterday for foul and abusive language against the ref. Given that the straight red was in addition to the yellow he picked up during the game (an amazing 15th booking in 37 appearances), he could find himself facing the wrath of the FA and unless they move at their usual glacial pace, might find that his season is over.
April 10: Alan Smith scored the second of ManU's goals as they hammered AS Roma 7-1 at Old Trafford tonight. Smith scored his first goal for the club for nearly 18 months and could have done enough to stake a claim for a more regular place after being sidelined with an awful leg break in February last year. Alex Ferguson was obviously happy with the 8-3 aggregate win but had particular praise for Smith: "He deserved it more than anyone. He has been patient and he has trained like a beast."
April 09: Sam Allardyce confirmed that Lubo Michalik will remain at Leeds for the rest of the season. The Bolton boss has insisted on a standard recall clause, but anticipates that his player will be included in Dennis Wise's squad for the last four games of the season.
April 09: We can't really complain that we were turned over with a couple of late goals given how we've been winning in just that way lately. It was a bit of a sickener to see Brum continue their amazing run of poor form at Barnsley, QPR winning their third on the bounce against Luton and Burnley moving to probable safety with a win over Cardiff. On the up side, maybe that win for Burnley will leave them feeling relaxed and generous when they visit Elland Road next weekend. Barnsley have got some very winnable games remaining - Southend, Palace and Leicester before finishing at West Brom and so could surprise us all by escaping the drop. Hull face Colchester, Stoke and Cardiff who are all in the play-off hunt before finishing at home to Plymouth, so maybe they could be our get-out-of-jail-free card. Either way, one more surprise set of results similar to tonight and it could take more than two home wins to see us safe - and I'd hate to be going to Derby on the last day of the season needing anything to stay up.
April 09: Andy Ritchie is set to take over as Huddersfield manager after first choice Phil Parkinson changed his mind at the last minute. The former Leeds striker had some success as boss of Barnsley, as well as a stint in charge of Oldham and running the Leeds Youth team.
April 08: Assistant manager Gus Poyet says that the club will aim to keep on-loan Bolton defender Lubo Michalik for the rest of the season after his initial spell expires after the game at Colchester. The Slovakian scored the late winner against Plymouth on Saturday, and Poyet said: "He is staying. He is going nowhere. We will wait until the end of the loan to see if he is fit but if he keeps playing like he did at Plymouth then there is no way he is going back."
April 07: Strangely enough, it was a 2-1 win over Plymouth that last saw us rise above the drop zone at the end of November. Those three points were just a blip though - and the next seven games saw us gather just two more with draws against fellow strugglers Barnsley and Hull. With five games to go, our destiny is in our own hands: a point or more at Colchester on Monday should leave us needing not much more than a win and a draw in our two remaining home games against Ipswich and Burnley. A month ago I was convinced we were dead and buried - now I'm daring to believe we can survive.
April 06: Southend's 0-3 defeat by Colchester means that their goal difference is now worse than ours - so even though we didn't play today we've climbed one place up the table. Ifs and buts time: if we win against Plymouth and Barnsley do no more than draw with Ipswich, we'll be out of the drop zone! Hull's defeat at home to Norwich (with Darren Huckerby getting a goal for the visitors) also ensures that they stay in the mini-league for a while longer. I'm thinking that 48 points might be enough to escape relegation and if we can get another win against Plymouth, our fate will be in our own hands.
April 05: Alan Thompson scored a free kick and completed the first half of the reserve game last night. Jonny Howson put Leeds in front, and Stoke were then reduced to 10 men following a harsh red card. But there wasn't much sympathy from Leeds, with Gavin Rothery and Thompson adding goals before half-time. Tomi Ameobi scored from the spot and Howson added a second as Leeds ran out 5-0 winners.
April 05: Dennis Wise picked up a four grand fine and a one-match touchline ban from the FA - but the ban is a suspended one, so he will be allowed to berate the world from the touchline at the weekend. Wise was facing a charge of misconduct following his altercation with West Brom's Diomansy Kamara at the end of the game on January 20.
April 05: It was seven years ago today that I found myself tapping away at my keyboard deep into the night to relay the news of the deaths of two Leeds United fans in Istanbul. Kevin Speight and Chris Loftus had the misfortune to be in the wrong place at the wrong time: Ali Umit Demir was rapidly caught and confessed to their murders, but after at least two trials, and any number of appeals I'm still no clearer as to whether or not he has formally and finally been found guilty. The club issued a statement commemorating the two fans: seven years is a long time but they won't be forgotten.
April 05: Eddie Lewis is hoping that Saturday will see Leeds' excellent run of recent form continue. He said: "Last week's was an enormous game for a lot of reasons, but to not only get the result and play quite well, and to come back from a goal down as well said a lot of things about the team. We had to rise to the occasion and we did, but we have to carry that on." But he added: "We're still some way off though - our games are running out and it's not going to get any easier... This is a big weekend. The games are so close together, in such a short amount of time, that if you come through the weekend flying you're in great shape." Meanwhile Robbie Blake is hoping that Dennis Wise will not change a winning formula: "A big problem has been not having a settled side with the manager not having had a chance to play the same team every week. If everyone could play in the same position every week from now on it will help us a lot. We have most of the injured players back now and Michael Gray's arrival is great news." He went on: "[Preston] given us a great chance of staying up. We have Plymouth on Saturday and we need to show the same commitment. If we can keep that togetherness for the final six games, we will be okay. The table does not lie but I have said all along we have enough quality to get ourselves out of this mess."
April 04: Radostin Kishishev says he was amazed that both he and David Healy completed the full game against Preston after tough international matches in midweek. The on-loan midfielder said: "We played on Wednesday against Albania. We were chasing the game, trying to win and it was a terrible game fitness-wise because we ran and ran, and ran. I travelled back Thursday, rested, and I was surprised I stayed the 90 minutes on Friday, but I was alright." He added that he was happy to do what he could in the fight against relegation: "We've gone four games unbeaten and when I go back to the game against Sheffield Wednesday - my first game here - we dominated and were losing 3-0 after 80 minutes. I was so surprised by that, but we've shown we can recover and we go four games, playing well. Hopefully we'll get more points over the next four games."
April 04: Michael Gray says that he turned down the chance of a place at a comfortable mid-table Championship side to come to help Leeds struggle clear of the drop zone. He said: "I really enjoyed it here last time so I jumped at the chance. It is a challenge but a challenge I am looking forward to... It surprises me where Leeds are but I have only seen them from afar. A lot has changed since the last time I was here, but there are still a few of the lads still around." He added: "I had a good rapport with the fans. Everyone was good to me last time, from the staff to the fans, and that was in the back of my mind. Things like that stick with you and I just hope it can be a successful end to the season."
April 04: In contrast to last week's line-up that faced Bradford, the reserve side due to play Stoke will see a very young squad take to the field. Alan Thompson makes a welcome return as he continues his comeback from injury, and Jonny Howson is the only other player in the squad with first team experience.
April 02: Kevin Blackwell has recruited his one-time Leeds assistant Sam Ellis to help him try to drag Luton out of the relegation mire. Ellis has been working with Stoke's Academy since being axed after Blackwell's departure last year.
April 02: The club have issued a statement calming fears that the number of "loanees" in the squad last Friday breached Football League regulations. Basically loans of players from non-English clubs don't count - so Casper Ankergren is in the clear - which left just the maximum 5 players in the squad and the club on the right side of the law.
April 02: Radostin Kishishev's loan spell has been extended to the end of the season. His initial stint ran to the weekend, but both Charlton and the player are happy to continue the arrangement - but a 24-hour recall will be in place just in case Charlton are over-run by injuries.
April 02: Michael Gray's superb return to the colours of Leeds United earned him a nomination in the Championship Team of the Week. I was gobsmacked to see the name "Ricketts" also appear in the line-up. Then I remembered that Hull have Sam Ricketts in their squad with the sitter-missing Preston striker getting about as many mentions in despatches as he did during his spell at Elland Road.
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