The pandemic has caused so much trauma, it’s hard not to worry about Bielsa.
One call out for shirts, one very full suitcase
Most of Eddie Nketiah’s time at Leeds was spent talking about when he would leave. Then, just like that, he was gone.
Come May, Leeds may not be managed by a mercurial Argentinian. It’s time to start planning for what comes next.
For ex-Leeds reserves, the Tuscany of the North is the new Bradford.
Pontus Jansson was Leeds United’s latest loveable rogue. But he wasn’t the first, and he won’t be the last.
Defeat to Watford looms every time play-offs are mentioned.
Like the best managers, Marcelo Bielsa isn’t scared of deploying the most powerful of coaching weapons: the hug.
Following The Chief is a lesson in knowing too much about your heroes .