Moxcowhite • Daniel Chapman

An illustration of Tommy Wright with a suave side parting, wearing the white Burton home shirt
Pastel jumper
With Tommy Wright we're immediately into hybrid territory, writes Moxco.
An illustration of Phil Masinga in the all-white Thistle Hotels home kit
Come on down
Gordon Strachan's no.7 shirt was always going to be too tiny for Tony Yeboah, writes Moxco.
An illustration of Robbie Keane licking his lips in the white Strongbow shirt
7 x 10
'Why did Robbie Keane wear the number 7 for Leeds?' asks Moxco. Keane seems as confused as everyone else.
An illustration of Mirco Antenucci and his lovely bushy beard
Make a f*cking run!
The Sick Six were superficially easy to read, writes Moxco. Antenucci was perhaps the most enigmatic of Massimo Cellino's Serie B imports.
An illustration of Kemar Roofe's profile. He's wearing a yellow away kit
Smoke bombs
Nobody was sure exactly what Kemar Roofe was exactly for, writes Moxco, then it all made perfect sense.
Joe Rodon, already suffering with a couple of black eyes, looks anguished as he's sent off by some jumped up bodybuilder at Hull
A goalless draw by the docks? Now the form just looks that bit more meh, and Rodon won't be available, and Gnonto got injured, and Piroe didn't score...
Georginio Rutter, yelling his head off with delight after scoring United's third at Millwall, while his teammates congratulate him
Goals mean fun
Leeds have come back looking like a normal team, making pleasant work of playing football instead of insisting on hard, losing ways.
Pat Bamford Leeds United Lee Brown The Square Ball
We never win
'Y'know, I've heard a lot about the atmosphere, and I gotta be honest with you, bring it on, man (weird chuckle), bring it on (obtuse anecdote about college basketball)'
Danny Mills (white shirt, blue shorts) protecting the ball from Richard Naylor (blue shirt, white shorts) at Portman Road in 2001
Whatever the feelings about our manager across the East Anglian barricades, I just hope they leave little Sam Byram out of it. But what else is there between us and Ipswich?
Jackie Harrison celebrating his goal against Brighton, looking like a press cutting from the 1950s, with Wilf Gnonto, who looks ready to bite his ear off
Profit, loss & loans
Transfers are supposed to be easy, but more deals are sounding to me more and more complicated, and I don't just mean Leeds United's loan-clause/FFP drama.
The Square Ball

Elland Road, 1972:

50 days that changed Leeds United forever.

A 160 page special publication by The Square Ball, Paul Trevillion and Leeds United Supporters’ Trust, to celebrate Leeds United winning the Centenary FA Cup in 1972.

When Don Revie picked up the phone to call Paul Trevillion, he thought he was getting a public relations expert. What he got instead was a true born artist, a whirlwind of ideas and action, a charismatic tempest. Revie soon nicknamed him, ‘The Beaver’.