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Gary Kelly on the volley

Written by: Flora Snelson
Artwork by: Eamonn Dalton
Gary Kelly shrugging his shoulders in reaction to his dramatic half-volley against Wigan in 2006, as if he'd scored all the time and not four times in 531 appearances

Rob Hulse and Kevin Blackwell disagreed about Leeds United’s aims for their FA Cup third round replay against Wigan Athletic. Speaking ahead of the game, Hulse said, “We are just going to enjoy ourselves,” while Blackwell promised, “We are going all-out to win.” Only one of them got their wish.

Hulse had enjoyed himself at the JJB Stadium the previous week, sending the tie to a replay with a late equaliser and proving his top flight credentials after previous club West Brom dumped him, their promotion-winning striker, almost the second they arrived in the big time.

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