Date: 11th May 2007 at 3:55pm
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Leeds United striker Ian Moore has thanked Leeds United supporters for the, well support that they have given him during his time at the club.

oore’s contract is up in the Summer and he has been told that there is no chance of a renewal and will have to leave the club.The striker joined from Burnley in 2005 and scored 5 goals in 24 starts and 41 substitute appearances, not a great return from a striker and it’s obviously time for someone younger to take over.

oore said: ‘I was devastated when I was told I wouldn’t be here next season – I was hoping to play a part in helping the club get back up – but we’ll see what the next few weeks hold now.’

I’ve had a good time at the club and I was gutted when I was told I would be leaving.’

o it’s safe to say that he is a tad disappointed that he’s leaving. If you want to have your say well, if you read on you will see joining instructions!

BR>


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