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Thread: Leeds United v Swansea City

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    Leeds United v Swansea City

    Leeds up next in a top of the table clash. Both teams are unbeaten in the league, Leeds however were knocked out of the Carabao Cup last Tuesday by Stoke.
    Leeds players will have a day more recovery time than us, whilst we have to travel the 254 miles to get there as well.
    No excuses though as most of the first team didnít play on Wednesday and we have a two week break after this match.

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    “We are top of the league, say we are top of the league”
    Fantastic away win at Leeds, who are favourites for promotion.
    Sub Routledge the hero, his shot deflected in off Byers.
    Leeds are in shock after dominating the match and missing their chances.
    Also a great defensive display by us.

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    A rare feeling this morning being top of the pile. We can savour this moment for another two weeks as well with the Internationals break taking over.
    Routledge the hero then in the 89', a left foot shot that Byers jumped out of the way of, not sure if he touched it on the way in.
    Poor match highlights on Quest last night made it look as if only Leeds were playing. You had to laugh, their main match was Brentford v Derby, when the obvious main match should have been the first and second in the table clash.

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    Happy days as we look down on the rest of the division two points clear.
    Surely Steve Cooper will get Manager of the Month award, although Lee Bowyers’ Charlton in second place have done so well having just come up from League 1.

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    Last time we were top of the Championship was 1955, sixty four years ago, so savour the moment.
    Some more good news, Andre Ayew has decided to stay despite plenty of interest from abroad, and the club want him to stay.
    With Borja and Ayew we now have a formidable squad, plus Carroll and Dyer coming back from injury.
    A two week break now for some of our players, no rest for the call ups to International duty, such as Rodon and Roberts, plus Wilmot to the England U-21's and Celina to Kosovo.

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