After four games of The Paul Era, Moscowhite, Michael Normanton and Rob Conlon (Andy P was missing) discuss whether half a Milanic is enough time to judge a manager
Over the last month Elland Road has been vocal and volatile in defeat, noisy about defeatism, roaring defiantly towards one single league point.
We’ll banish De Bock, Cooper and the rest to Coventry, and go giddily into the fields with our post-punishment Samu. We can let Heckingbottom retire to his shed and his pocket knife, to think on.
There was no love at Elland Road for the first hour of the game with Bristol City, but Leeds United played without the heart required to earn any.
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Because surely the things we’re told to believe cannot be real
How do you change Leeds United, when it’s so determined to stay the same?
It’s hard to tell if this was the first game of the Paul Heckingbottom era, the last game of the Thomas Christiansen era, the latest game of the Victor Orta era, or just a continuance of the Leeds United era.
One of the things I’ve been most grateful for this season has been the banishment of the Elland Road I used to dread, as I trudged with weary duty there and back each winter.
Another quiet week at Leeds United Football Club brings The Square Ball Podcast team back to ponder why we ever came back in the first place