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We can do better - Sue
 Women's Football News 11 Sep 2008
We can do better - Sue - 11 Sep 2008 - Women's Football NewsSue Smith is refusing to panic following Leeds Carnegie's recent run of form in the National Division and is aiming to get back on track in this Sunday's Premier League Cup tie against Northern Division high fliers Manchester City.
After winning their opening match against WFC Fulham, injury hit Leeds have been beaten in three of their last four matches.
The game against City has been switched to Harrogate Railway FC due to flooding at Leeds' regular home ground at Tadcaster.
"The players are all a bit frustrated at the way the season has started," says Sue. "We know we can do better, someone soon is due to be on the receiving end of a pasting when it all comes together and a one-off cup tie is probably the best time for it to happen!
"(Harrogate) Railway have been able to host the game at short notice, for which we are all grateful. It would be great to see as many people as possible turn out to support us on Sunday, I am sure we'll be able to reward that support with a good win."

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