Date: 22nd October 2017 at 9:01am
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Leeds United head coach Thomas Christiansen dedicated the win at Bristol City to Stuart Dallas, who was forced to miss the trip following the death of his mother on the eve of the game.

Dallas returned to Northern Ireland on Friday to be with his family after the sad news that his mother had died.

Leeds won 3-0 at Bristol City without Dallas and Christiansen dedicated the win to the popular winger.

‘Our thoughts are with Stewy and we wanted to put in a performance for him following the bad news that his mother had passed away,” Christiansen told the BBC.

‘On behalf of myself, the players and staff, we send our condolences and assure him that this win was for him.”


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