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Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Game 39: Saturday 17 March 2007

Southend United 1 - 1 Leeds United
(Half-time: 1 - 0)
Crowd: 11274
Referee: N Miller (County Durham)
« Leicester City   Preston North End »
Match Facts Southend United Team Leeds United Subs
Darryl Flahavan   Casper Ankergren
Peter Clarke   Matt Heath
Efe Sodje   Radostin Kishishev
Simon Francis   Frazer Richardson
Mark Gower   Robbie Elliott
Kevin Maher   Lubomír Michalík
Lewis Hunt   Jonathan Douglas
Ritchie Foran   Eddie Lewis
Lee Bradbury   Robbie Blake
Jamal Campbell-Ryce   Richard Cresswell
Fredy Eastwood   Tresor Kandol
Stephen Collis   Graham Stack
Steven Hammell   Stephen Crainey
Franck Moussa   Sebastien Carole
Lloyd Sam   David Healy
Matt Harrold   Ian Moore
Match Reports
BBC Southend 1 - 1 Leeds
The Independent Unhappy fans turn on Wise
The Observer Healy pulls Leeds from the fire
The Electronic Telegraph Wise left fuming by penalty appeal
The Times Wise words provide no relief for Leeds

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Healy pulls Leeds from the fire - Jason Tomas

Copy from Football Unlimited of 18/03/2007.

Southend miss a chance and Luton deal with trouble off the pitch, writes Jason Tomas

If any Championship match should have been avoided by those of a nervous disposition, it was the relegation battle between Southend and Leeds

Southend, who lifted themselves out of the relegation zone with their midweek 1-0 win over Burnley, put themselves in a strong position to improve their position further when they established a 1-0 half-time lead. But Leeds snatched an equaliser two minutes from the end - a goal that put the Shrimpers back in the relegation zone. The player who had put Southend in the driving seat was Mark Gower. That goal came very much against the run of play and moments later Freddy Eastwood came agonisingly close to making it 2-0 with a shot that hit a post. Southend, though, were forced back in the second half and Leeds' increasingly desperate pressure finally paid off with a goal for David Healy.

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