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Copy from Football Unlimited of 14/08/2006.
Clinton Morrison's kiss of life saved Crystal Palace at the death but he refused to plant a smacker on Peter Taylor after securing victory over Leeds. "I told him to give me a kiss when he scored the winner," said the manager, who stood on the sideline pointing to his cheek as the striker wheeled away in celebration at his stoppage-time decider.
Morrison, however, was not ready to bow to such demands. "He wanted me to give him a kiss but I wanted to give him a high five. If I'd given him a kiss I don't think my missus would have been too happy." Instead Taylor can console himself with a third successive win that propelled Palace back to the top of the Championship with maximum points.
It should not have taken the south Londoners until injury-time to wrap up the win after Leeds's striker Geoff Horsfield was sent off in the 15th minute for a violent swing at Mark Hudson, who was unforgiving as the striker pleaded his innocence.