Ross McCormack had a knack for articulating the collective mood at Leeds United.
Look at this goal. The power, the dip, the swerve. Even Joffy seems shocked by what his foot has done.
For reassurance we shouldn’t ignore Leeds returning to the infuriating version of their best selves. Much of the dismay of the last twenty minutes against Newcastle was because we know the feeling.
Ask someone to name players from the Don Revie era at Leeds United and Terry Hibbitt’s name is likely to be low on their list. But he is the perfect illustration of the riches Revie developed at Elland Road.
In the Premier League, the only path to a sure thing is betting it all.
Rodrigo can be what Leeds want him to be. And he should. But will he?
It hurts to see Leeds struggling like this, but the nostalgic grace we were allowed to feel about last season couldn’t last forever.
Old Trafford must have a ‘no cute pets’ social media policy so one of Pat Bamford’s first jobs should be to encourage Daniel James to share more of his puppy Hugo with the world
Ever since watching the game in that sorely missed mecca of Leeds culture, Shooters, I’ve irrationally held this against Trent Alexander-Arnold.