Kammy Fancies Leeds

Last updated : 04 August 2005 By Kevin Markey
Speaking in The Sun, Kamara, 47, is delighted to see his old club beginning to turn the corner after dropping out of the top flight in 2004.
Kamara says: "When you look at a club like Leeds, who are still paying players up to £30,000-a-week from their Premiership days, they are out there spending money despite being in trouble. Leeds have spent £1.1million on Rob Hulse and £800,000 on Robbie Blake because they believe they should be in the Premiership.

"So although money is tight and the club have debts, they are still willing to give it a go and try to get back up there - never mind the consequences.
"Leeds have a fantastic squad now and I think you have got to take your hat off to Ken Bates. All the teams that fall out of the Premiership usually disappear for a season and they can't go out and spend to improve for the following campaign.

"But Leeds have bucked the trend by strengthening for their second year in the Championship. They've had a few early injury problems with Steve Stone and Hulse, although the quality they have got is amazing.

"Maybe they need a couple more players but with Ian Moore, Blake, Hulse and David Healy, they have got plenty of firepower. With 60 or 70 goals coming from that group alone, you're halfway there."