Leeds didn’t spend sixteen years in the wilderness to become anyone’s second team.
A difficult transfer market needed a cool, clear head.
Some managers felt perfect for Leeds, until we met one who was.
There’s a reckoning ahead for Gaetano Berardi.
Some players don’t have to play to become heroes. It’d be nice if Illan did, though.
Everyone thought Patrick Bamford needed to be liked. Then he found his home at Elland Road.
It’s time we threw the bait back at the tabloid click machine
How can you love somebody, if you also want them to support Leeds?
It’s now 23 years since a chancer named Ali Dia blagged his way to his sole Premier League appearance for Southampton. Dia, an amateur player with Blyth Spartans, concocted an elaborate back story involving George Weah that ultimately led to him entering the fray, against Leeds, as an early substitute. 43 minutes later a mortified […]