Date: 22nd June 2007 at 2:47pm
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There is a great sense of apathy hitting Vital Leeds United headquarters this week, with a transfer embargo placed on the club whilst the Football League look over the CVA proceedings it appears that the only stories coming out of Elland Road are those announcing that the initial fixture list, for both pre-season and league games is being constantly altered.

A trip to Bristol Rovers on Saturday 15th September will now be made a day earlier, no doubt putting a number of away fans off making the 200 mile trip each way for an the 7:45pm kick off. Yet again Leeds United supporters can thank the local police force for this alteration.

The boxing-day game away at Hartlepool has also been changed due to a police request, those of you intending to travel now have 2 hours less to recover from the Christmas Day hangover (or at least try to sober up a bit) with kick off being moved to 1pm from it`s original 3pm start.

Vital Leeds will continue to bring you any updates to the changes to individual matches, however we are still unable to publish a fixture list due to copyright restrictions. There is however a way that you can protest about the Premier and Football League`s hold on the publication of fixtures by joining the “Free The Fixtures” campaign by visiting: www.freethefixtures.com



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