Date: 31st July 2007 at 11:34am
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Midfielder Curtis Weston wants to stay at Elland Road and help Leeds navigate their way out of the current turmoil surrounding the club.

The 20-year-old former Swindon man has been on trial this month and, while the club are currently unable to offer him a contract, Weston wants to use tonight’s friendly against Darlington to show he has what it takes to impress in League One.

He told the club’s official website: “I didn’t play on Saturday so hopefully I can get a full game on Tuesday or as much as I can. Pre-season has been really good here. It’s been hard with the running, but we’ve been getting a lot out of it. Everyone’s good here as well, there’s a good group.

“I had another year at Swindon, but things weren’t working out with the manager there, so my contract was cancelled and I came here. Wisey told me to come here. I’ve been with him twice before, Leeds United is a massive club, and I want to play here.”

It’s reassuring to read that, despite the club’s situation, there are still players who want to play for Leeds United – and as long as that continues, all hope if not lost. And any player who wants to join Leeds at the moment is a player worth having!

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