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Who the something hell are Leeds?

In a not entirely positive mindset, KK has stressed that relegation this year could turn the club into a Leeds United / Sheffield Wednesday style league dropper. Hardly the sort of patter many of us actually want to hear which is a little worrying. Anyway the boss said:

If we start thinking we've got a divine right to be in this division, then we are in trouble. No one has got a divine right to be in this division. Look at Leeds. We've got to earn the right to be in this division. The repercussions for us would have been bad when we could have gone into the Third Division.

It would have been a disaster, but Leeds, Nottingham Forest and Manchester City have all done it since. Not being in the Premier League next season would be bad in itself too. But we turned it around last time, which is why I believe we can do it again.'




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 17 2008

Time: 12:59PM

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see you in the championship next year I am sure Smithy and Wise will get a warm welcome at Elland Road
WhiteYork
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17/03/2008 13:39:00

Well said WhiteYork. Along with Milner and Fatso...
Rotherham White
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17/03/2008 22:57:00

gee that is confidence for you isn't it being linked with clubs that have gone belly up
ozanne park rangers
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19/03/2008 06:19:00

And the rest of our cast offs,
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