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This is when Leeds United were last in the Premier League

It is now 15 years of hurt and counting for Leeds United fans.

Sunday, May 2, 2004 was the date and the Reebok Stadium the venue as Leeds United fell through the Premier League trap door and into the Championship. Three goals were conceded in a seven-minute spell soon after the restart by the Whites as they lost 4-1 against Bolton Wanderers with Mark Viduka sent off. READ MORE: The photos you'll only understand if you shared Leeds United's play-off agony and despair

The game had started well when Mark Viduka scored from the penalty spot to give the Whites the lead.

1. May 2004

The game had started well when Mark Viduka scored from the penalty spot to give the Whites the lead.
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He was then sent off with an hour left to play.

2. May 2004

He was then sent off with an hour left to play.
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Manager Eddie Gray said: "I'm realistic enough to know that, over the season, we weren't good enough. Nobody has a divine right."

3. May 2004

Manager Eddie Gray said: "I'm realistic enough to know that, over the season, we weren't good enough. Nobody has a divine right."
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The Elland Road board watch on at the Reebok.

4. May 2004

The Elland Road board watch on at the Reebok.
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