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FA reject Leeds inquiry call

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Leeds have been told by the Football Association that there will be no further inquiry into their 15-point penalty.

United were handed the punishment last month after a turbulent summer which saw them enter administration until Ken Bates´ controversial deal to buy back the club and they have now received notification that the FA do not feel it is right to carry on appealing.

A statement on the club´s website read: "Leeds United have been informed by the Football Association that they do not believe it appropriate for there to be any further inquiry into the decision and the process adopted by the Football League surrounding the club´s 15-point deduction."

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