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With the North London derby called off, it has been another weekend in the Premier League soured by last-minute postponements to disrupt plans for supporters invested in attending matches - but Leeds are getting on with it.
During Sunday's 3-2 win at West Ham, Marcelo Bielsa named 15-year-old Archie Gray on the bench. His first appearance was during the 4-1 home defeat to Arsenal last month, a game which perhaps ought not to have gone ahead when you consider the cancellations that have taken place since.
But a sign of Leeds' resilience and acceptance of the current landscape was that Gray was back among the nine substitutes to be part of a victory not only for Leeds but for football. Hat-trick hero Jack Harrison highlighted how Leeds had once more shown immense character to ensure their threadbare squad would not be used as an excuse.
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"We have been really unfortunate with injuries but against adversity, we always work hard," he said. "The young lads have done that coming in and shown their talent. It has been good to come through a tough period."
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Speaking after this thrilling victory, Graeme Souness told Sky Sports: "When you asked about Arsenal and if the game should have been called off, what does that say about Leeds? Look at their bench. Look at their age. What a message that sends out to the rest of the Premier League."