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Championship
League One 2008-09 5/4/2009
   
P
GD
PTS
1 Leicester 41 37 83
2 Peterborough 41 24 81

3 Millwall 41 13 76
4 MK Dons 40 31 72
5 Leeds United 40 22 71
6 Scunthorpe 39 17 67

7 Southend 41 -2 64
8 Tranmere 40 11 63
9 Oldham 41 2 59
10 Stockport 41 5 57
11 Colchester 41 -1 57
12 Huddersfield 41 -6 57
13 Walsall 41 -4 55
14 Bristol Rovers 39 17 54
15 Leyton Orient 40 -11 48
16 Hartlepool 41 -9 46
17 Yeovil T 40 -23 46
18 Swindon T 41 -4 45
19 Carlisle 41 -14 44
20 Crewe 41 -18 44

21 Northampton 39 -1 42
22 Brighton 39 -20 36
23 Hereford 39 -29 33
24 Cheltenham 40 -37 31

Leeds United Playing Squad for the
Championship 2004-05 Season

Julian Joachim
Jules

 

Julian 'Jules' Joachim
Postion: Striker
Squad Number: 11
International: England U-21, U-18

Julian Joachm became Blackwell's 3rd signing on 14th June, 2004 after passing a medical. He will officially sign a two year contract on 1st July. He will cost Leeds nothing in transfers as he turned down the offer of a new contract with Coventry City, whom he joined from Aston Villa in July 2001 as part of the deal that saw Mustapha Hadji move to Villa Park.

Kevin Blackwell is delighted to be able to call on the former England under-21 international next season. "He is a proven scorer in the First Division and offers us something we have not had for a while - lightning quick pace.

"I spoke to Eric Black (former Coventry boss) about him and he said Julian was one of the reasons Coventry did as well as they did last season.

"He had a strong finish to the season and we will just be happy for him to carry on where he left off."

Joachim's return to form in season 2003-04 will have come as a relief to the player himself after spending most of his time with Coventry injured. An ankle injury put him out for most of the 2002/03 season (10 games plus 1 sub - 2 goals).

He helped an England under-18 side, also containing ex-Leeds player Robbie Fowler, to the European Youth Championship in 1993.

Born 20th September, 1974 in Peterborough he is just 5' 6" tall. Last season (2003-004) he made 27 starts and 2 subs in the Nationwide scoring eight goals. He scored three goals in three FA Cup matches. Encouragingly he picked up only two yellow cards in the thirty two games, so perhaps we can rely on him to be available for more matches than Viduka and Smith!

After failing to make an impression all season and on the same day that Leeds Utd signed Ian Moore from Burnley, Joachim was loaned out to League One side Walsall for the remainder of the seaon.

24th March 2005


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The Blackwell Revolution™

Leeds United
playing squad
season 2004-05

Goalkeepers
PRESSMAN, Kevin
SULLIVAN, Neil
Defenders
BUTLER, Paul
CARLISLE, Clark
CRAINEY, Stephen
KELLY, Gary
KILGALLON, Matthew
GRAY, Michael
Loan in: Blackburn
McSTAY, Henry
PARKER, Ben
RICHARDSON, Fraser
Midfielders
BAKKE, Eirik
DERRY, Shaun
EINARSSON, Gylfi
GREGAN, Sean
JOHNSON, Seth
KEEGAN, Paul
LENNON, Aaron
MILNER, James
PUGH, Danny
SPRING, Matthew
WALTON, Simon
WOODS, Martin
WRIGHT, Jermaine
Strikers
DEANE, Brian
HEALY, David
HULSE, Rob
JOACHIM, Julian
JOHNSON, Simon
KING, Marlon
MOORE, Ian
RICKETTS, Michael
See 2005-06 Champ'ship Squad
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