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Leeds hope for tribunal boost

The Yorkshire club face a decision this week on their arbitration hearing and could get 15 points back, writes Linda Maher.

26th April, 2008

The Yorkshire club face a decision this week on their arbitration hearing and could get 15 points back, writes Linda Maher.

Leeds United’s 2-0 win at Millwall last Saturday should have left the club in second place in League One (the third division of the English football league system), six points ahead of Carlisle, with a far superior goal difference, and with just two games to go. It should have signalled their return to the Championship...

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