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Peter Reid wants Leeds to survive in the Premier League – but he hopes Everton stay up ‘a lot more’


As an Everton legend, former Leeds United manager and frequent visitor to Burnley’s Turf Moor, Peter Reid has found this season’s relegation dogfight stressful.

But some affinities are more equal than others. With the three rivals all playing crucial fixtures on Sunday at staggered kick-off times, Reid will be at his beloved Goodison Park.

‘I’d love Leeds to stay in the Premier League but I want Everton to stay up slightly more. Well, a lot more. I’ve got to be honest,’ admits Reid, part of their all-conquering 1980s side.

Peter Reid has history with Leeds and Everton and has watched both sides struggle this season

Peter Reid has history with Leeds and Everton and has watched both sides struggle this season

Reid was initially made caretaker manager when Leeds faltered in the top flight in March 2003

Reid was initially made caretaker manager when Leeds faltered in the top flight in March 2003

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