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Applause Back At You
Applause Back At You
Lee Bowyer here as always last off the pitch applauding the Elland Road faithful. United had just concluded their successful 2000-01 season and did a lap of honour thanking the fans after the last game with Leicester City on May 19th 2001. O'leary's young squad had a great season finishing 4th in the league a UEFA Cup qualifying spot and reached the Semi Final of the Champions League. The home clash with Leicester topped off the season as United were easy winners beating Leicester 3-1. Alan Smith netted twice for United with Ian Harte getting the other in front of 39,105 fans.

Leeds United: Martyn, Harte, Dacourt, Viduka, Kewell, Bowyer, Smith, Mills, Bakke, Matteo, Ferdinand.
Subs: Wilcox for Dacourt.

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Submitted: 04/20/09 (Edited 05/08/09)
Tags: bowyer, oleary
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Playing With Balls
Playing With Balls
Harry Kewell here throws a ball at United midfielder Lee Bowyer during the warm up before the end of season clash with Leicester City in the 2000-01 season. A young Alan Smith and Rio Ferdinand look on. It had been a great season for O'Leary's young United side as the team finished 4th in a UEFA Cup qualifying spot and made the Champions League Semi Final with a memorable run that ended at the Mestella Stadium in the 3-0 loss with Valencia. The home clash with Leicester topped off the season as United were easy winners beating Leicester 3-1. Alan Smith netted twice for United with Ian Harte getting the other in front of 39,105 fans.

Leeds United: Martyn, Harte, Dacourt, Viduka, Kewell, Bowyer, Smith, Mills, Bakke, Matteo, Ferdinand.
Subs: Wilcox for Dacourt.

Thanks to William A Dobson for this great pic. If you would like to check out more of Bills pics check out his website here: WWW.BILLSPICS.CO.UK
Submitted: 04/19/09
Tags: ferdinand, smith, bowyer, kewell
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Bowyer Support
Bowyer Support
United fans giving their support to Lee Bowyer here after he was cleared of causing grievous bodily harm with intent and affray. Lee Bowyer was signed by Howard Wilkinson in 1996 for 2.8 million, which was then a record for a British teenager. A very popular player down at Elland Road on account of his hard work and 100% commitment. After an incident at a nightclub in Leeds, 2000, where an asian suffered injuries Bowyer along with fellow teammate Jonathan Woodgate were charged with GBH with intent and affray. The court case lasted for just under two years during which time Lee Bowyer played a major part in United's assault on Europe helping the Whites along to the semi final of the UEFA Cup in April, 2000 and the semi of the Champions League in May, 2001. Bowyer was cleared of all charges on December 14, 2001. The club fined Bowyer 4 weeks wages for a breach of the club's code of conduct but this aggrieved Bowyer, he felt it was a token fine for the sake of the media because of the sensitivity of the case. As a result the club put Bowyer on the transfer list. Later the fine issue had been resolved but Bowyer was again put on the transfer list because he refused the terms in a new five year deal offered to him by the club. Bowyer was voted Leeds player of the year by United fans for 199899 and 200001.
Submitted: 03/29/09 (Edited 03/31/09)
Tags: bowyer
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