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Game 12: Saturday 16 October 2004

Leeds United 1 - 0 Preston North End
(Half-time: 0 - 0)
Crowd: 30458
Referee: G Lewis (Tyne and Wear)
Preston North End
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Match Facts
Leeds United Team Preston North End
Neil Sullivan   Andy Lonergan
Gary Kelly   Youl Mawene
Subbed - 60 minutes Frazer Richardson   Graham Alexander
Booked - 80 minutes Goal - 78 minutes Danny Pugh   Marlon Broomes Subbed - 23 minutes
Matthew Kilgallon   Chris Lucketti
Booked - 64 minutes Paul Butler   John Curtis
Clarke Carlisle   Callum Davidson Subbed - 40 minutes
Booked - 44 minutes Sean Gregan   Dixon Etuhu
Simon Walton   Paul McKenna Booked - 45 minutes
Subbed - 60 minutes Michael Ricketts   Richard Cresswell
Subbed - 84 minutes Brett Ormerod   David Healy Subbed - 75 minutes
Scott Carson   Gavin Ward
Sub - 84 minutes Matthew Spring   Brian O'Neil
Sub - 60 minutes Aaron Lennon   Eddie Lewis Booked - 90 minutes Sub - 23 minutes
Jamie Winter   Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu Sub - 75 minutes
Sub - 60 minutes Brian Deane   Andy Smith Sub - 40 minutes
Match Reports
BBC Leeds 1 - 0 Preston
The Observer Pugh takes the plaudits Pugh pounces to sink Preston
The Sporting Life Leeds 1 - 0 Preston
Yorkshire Evening Post Pugh! What a relief for Leeds
Yorkshire Post Healy made to feel at home by Leeds fansLeeds United 1

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Pugh takes the plaudits - John Wardle

Copy from Football Unlimited of 17/10/2004.

Danny Pugh finally ended Leeds United's lengthy wait for a goal. Their drought had lasted for more than seven hours when the former Manchester United winger struck to extend Preston's dreadful away record.

It ensured a victory that this lethargic Leeds team hardly deserved, but nobody could dispute Pugh's right to emerge as the match-winner with his sixth goal of the season.

It was an appropriate reward for Pugh's industry and intelligence down United's left flank, adding to the belief that his arrival in the summer on a free transfer was one of the shrewder recent moves by a troubled club.

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