In a 46 match season, it’s not only about who plays at the end.
At least Pat Bamford is back and ready to add another string to our bow.
If it wasn’t for the defence, the midfield and the attack, Leeds might have beaten Norwich City
One of my favourite Leeds United photos is of the squad from the 1989/90 Division Two title winning season.
The stars aligned perfectly as Leeds beat Rotherham on the day Steve Evans was fired.
Winning is a drug, and this win unbalanced Bielsa, sending him into Quiroga’s arms.
Leeds and Bielsa are a perfect match; like Fred and Ginger, or Sid and Nancy.
We’re tired of Spygate, but it won’t stop the childish finger pointing.
300 hours of analysis, 26 Luton Town matches, 500 passes precisely; what good did any of it do?
English football’s battle to protect its culture against foreign influence, and Leeds United