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Leeds United 2 - Ipswich Town 0

Elland Road

December 15

Attendance: 19,185

Town Tumble at Leeds

Ipwich's recent good run was ended at Leeds.
Jerome Thomas and then Paul Green gave Neil Warnock's side victory, although the Blues were not too bad.
Town had lots of the ball but never really put too much pressure on the hosts' goal.
Whren they did Paddy Kenny was equal to it and made good saves from Daryl Murphy, Lee Martin and a point balnk stop to deny Michael Chopra who went on for DJ Campbell after an hour.
Town take on Bristol City next and so have agreat chance to start a new positive run.




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Writer: Northern Blue Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday December 15 2012

Time: 4:55PM

Your Comments

Better team won
Tiny T
Thought this game might be a banana skin for us and was proved right.....Roll on the next .game
quietman
 

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