Date: 30th May 2007 at 9:32pm
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Ken Bates has warned Leeds United creditors that voting against him during Fridays CVA meeting could kill off the administration-ridden club. Bates took the club into administration shortly before the end of the season, and is believed to be the preferred choice. With many a bidder circling around Leeds with various pros and cons, the Bates deal looks the most likely, however the deal hasn`t been accepted by creditors.

Bates told Yorkshire Radio: ‘If they want a football club in Leeds they should make sure they vote the right way.”

If the CVA fails, I can assure the fans it’s unlikely there will be a Leeds United Football Club. Remember Accrington took 45 years to get back to league status from when they went out of the league.”

That somewhat doesn`t sound too good to me!

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