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Speaking for the first time about his departure from Newcastle, former England under 18s defender Paul Huntington has admitted that he was delighted to get a move playing football every week. Hunty said:

'I had another two years left at Newcastle but I didn't want to sit around and play for the reserves and just get the odd first-team game. I heard Leeds had put a bid in for me and I drove straight down to talk terms with the club. Leeds United were the right club for me. It's the right move, I'm confident about that.'

Fair play to the lad and all the best trying to get the Whites back into positive points standings.




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 6 2007

Time: 12:31PM

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Must be one of the few to love dirty Leeds.
sw6cfc
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06/09/2007 15:30:00

LOL yeah agree with you sw6cfc. Good luck to the lad.
davidmillzy
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06/09/2007 16:13:00

I'd rather have Leeds than Wigan in the PL.
SirLes
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06/09/2007 16:39:00

sw6cfc, would that be the same dirty Leeds that supplied the Toon with Viduka, Smith, Woodgate etc. I'd rather have Leeds at St James's than Reading, Wigan, Bolton, Blackburn and all the other dross.
Black and white
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06/09/2007 16:55:00

this man needs to see a doctor!
merlin
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07/09/2007 17:00:00

 

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