Three provocations, three Pat Bamford goals.
What were Howard Wilkinson’s Leeds in February 1996?
Wolves have moved on, to Porto via Shanghai, and United’s 1-0 defeat looks different when what Wolves have done is set against what Leeds are trying to do.
Leeds was a miserable place in 2004 and Leeds United a miserable club, 20th and last in the Premiership.
The second issue of The Square Ball’s 31st season is out now, winning the Premier League.
What did the board of Leeds City have to hide?
Milan Khara is a Bradford-born Leeds fan with almost fifty years of following the club behind him. Now living and working as an Addiction Doctor in Vancouver, Canada, he details his experience with a particular emphasis on being one of the very few non-white fans on the terraces. From surviving a knifing to hanging out in the players lounge, his passion for the club remains unbridled.
Like seeing every football match you’ve ever watched thrown into a kaleidoscope.
Sacking David O’Leary and making Terry Venables the new Leeds United manager in summer 2002 was not an admission of impending disaster.