Leeds had been steadily increasing their tempo since October 1988, but there was something new in their play that hadn't been there before. Leeds always had belligerence, but now there was arrogance.
Leeds United can put Brighton on the list, then, with Wigan, QPR and any team managed by Garry Monk, of clubs confronting Marcelo Bielsa with an inexplicable hex.
Marcelo Bielsa might be loco, but he's not tonto.
O'Leary and Kidd thought Leeds needed more maturity and possession at the next level. But what about scoring goals?
I wonder what part Leeds United plays in the minds of the people behind the European Super League. Our last sixteen years is the exact scenario the Super League is designed to avoid.