Date: 31st August 2007 at 3:03pm
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It is being reported today that HM Revenue & Customs have opted not continue their appeal against Leeds United.

In a move that will delight Leeds United supporters, and Ken Bates, there is no longer a continuing legal threat to challenge the sale of the club to Mr Bates.

Leeds were placed into administration just before the end of the season with debts of £35 million. The agreement reached with KPMG is that Leeds United creditors will receieve 11p in the £1, with more upon the club returning to top flight football within the next decade.

The end of the saga?

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