Monday, September 11, 2006

No points but no debt either

The least said about Sundays 1-0 defeat to Wolves the better really - I would have thought that a draw would have been a fair result but yet again a late goal conceded has cost us dearly. On a brighter note is this piece from BBC Online stating that Leeds may be debt free (well almost debt free) by the end of the season. From a club that owed well over £100 million only just over two years ago that is no mean achievement. Whatever people think of Mr Bates they should take their hat off to him on this front at least. However on the pitch things are not going too well although from what I have seen so far this seasons there is a fair amount of potential there. Low gates will not help either with yesterday seeing a mere 16,268 at Elland Road. Bates may be starting to worry about attendances - his pricing policy has not helped but the results are not helping either and the pressure on Blackwell must be growing.

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