Leeds braced for more bad results

October 27, 2003
By Bill Barclay
LONDON, Oct 27 (Reuters) - After a weekend in which they slipped to second-bottom of the premier league, Leeds United face further ignominy on Tuesday when they announce their latest financial results.The figures are likely to make grim reading for the club's depressed supporters, who had hoped the worst was over when Peter Ridsdale quit as chief executive in April.Some analysts expect Leeds to confirm losses for the year ended June 30, 2003 in the region of a premiership record £40million.Ridsdale's ...

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