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Issue two includes all the usual stuff you expect after twenty-three years of Leeds publishing independence, such as:
- Rodolph Austin’s international week is reviewed by Amitai Winehouse – can The Beast really be compared to Yaya Toure?
- The Bateserator helps you compose your own Ken Bates programme notes – fun for all the family! (If your family are all libel lawyers)
- Mark Jackson was always an enigma to one Leeds fan – Jon Howe wondered for a while if he even ever existed…
- LUST have had a big summer – and Andy P wants to know what role they’ll play in a post-takeover LUFC
- defeats in seven finals have left Adam Jubb psychologically unstable – he actually thinks we might win one soon
- Luciano Becchio is a man pursuing his own ghost into myth, according to Moscowhite
- Dave Simpson’s book about the 1992 team, ‘The Last Champions’, is reviewed by Moscowhite
- the unreal feeling of Elland Road’s first floodlit match, when the mighty Hibs came to town, is remembered by Jailhouse John
- and Celtic’s visit for Jack Charlton’s testimonial was also a big occasion, as Steve Firth played it cool at his first game
- what we sing and why we sing it is scrutinised by Richard Lindley
- there must be more to life than Twitter, according to Simon Williams
- raised in an era of family stands and seats, Michael Normanton takes in the shock of the Hillsborough report
- plus White Watching reviews Wolves, Blackpool, Peterborough, Blackburn and Cardiff; and the Diary reviews everything and nothing, in equal measure.