Although I’d buy a ticket to any solo performance by Samu Saiz, at Leeds United games, there are ten others there who can’t be ignored. Whether they can be improved is the question.
This was worse than losing ugly: this was losing hideous. Losing grotesque, losing atrocious. Losing repulsive, frightful and wicked. Losing wretched, miserable and bad. Losing grisly, losing loathsome. Losing stinking, revolting and sour. I mean, I could go on. I have an excellent thesaurus.
There ought to be a damn good explanation for not beating Burton Albion 5-0 within an hour again, because a 2-1 win makes it look like Leeds United have only got worse since that glorious afternoon.
Pablo Hernandez chipped Alan McGregor, and it was agony at the northern end of the ground, watching the ball to see where it would drop — in the net, or in among the scarves in the South Stand.
This Christmas our history tells us that, far from being cursed, the Leeds United left-back position is very, very blessed.
Samu Saiz and the post, Jay-Roy Grot and the jeers, Leeds United and the 1-0 win.
Our fifth issue of 2017/18 is now online
Christmas is a time to remember that LUFC RULE OK
Counting down the shopping day with Leeds United
Who has been naughty, and who has been nice?