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Swindon 0 - Leeds Utd 1 - Stats

Swindon
0 - 1
Leeds Utd

County Ground, Swindon

1/3/2008, 2pm K.O

Attendance: 13,270 (3,500 Leeds Fans)

Referee:

SwindonLeeds Utd
Kandol 25
Phil Smith     Casper Ankergren    
Miguel Comminges     Frazer Richardson    
Hasney Aljofree     Rui Marques    
Patrick Kanyuka     17 Lubomir Michalik    
Jamie Vincent     Darren Kenton    
Christian Roberts     David Prutton    
Craig Easton     Jonathan Howson    
Lee Peacock     Neil Kilkenny     78
Chris Allen     68 Bradley Johnson    
Billy Paynter     Tresor Kandol    
Simon Cox     Jermaine Beckford    
Substitutes
Peter Brezovan     David Lucas    
Jerel Ifil
 
  17 Alan Thompson     78
J.P. McGovern     Sebastien Carole    
Anthony McNamee     Alan Sheehan    
Moses Ashikodi     Anthony Elding    
Game Statistics
11
Goal Attempts
4
1
On Target
1
9
Corners
3
16
Fouls
10
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday March 1 2008
Time: 11:49PM

Comments

0
Looks like we may be in with a chance of kickstarting our stuttering play off push tonight....No disrespect meant,but we should have an advantage,given all your injuries ...This is a 6 pointer...May the best team win...Bring some warm woolies its freezing up here...
80s terrier
04/03/2008 09:51:00
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not unexpected as leeds united are a very good footballing side
ozanne park rangers
07/03/2008 08:39:00
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