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Leroy Wins Taylor Praise

Leroy Lita looks set to take the Premiership by storm according to England under 21 coach Peter Taylor.

Reading are as good as up as far as the Championship goes and Lita has played his part in achieving the dream with his goals and the way he has played.

Last night he came on as a second half substitute in the under 21 game against Norway that England won 3-1, after watching the Royals' star at the Mad Stad, Taylor said:

'Leroy is very, very dangerous in the penalty area, and he knows how to take a goal,' said Taylor. 'He is a confident boy.'

He added: 'I've no doubt that Reading will be promoted, and they will start the Premiership on a high because of how well they have done this season.'




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Date:Wednesday March 1 2006

Time: 1:35PM

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Leroy Lita looks set to take the Premiership by storm according to England under 21 coach Peter Taylor.
DP
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01/03/2006 13:43:00

we could have told him that
DP
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01/03/2006 17:23:00

Steve Coppell popped his head back round the press-room door last night to ask for the code to open the exit door. The Reading manager may not know his way out of Bramall Lane, but he has the key to the Barclays Premiership after this result.
DP
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15/03/2006 13:47:00

High praise indeed. Anyone else wondered why taylor hasn't been mentioned for the england managers job?
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29/04/2006 05:15:00

 

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