It’s Rob and Pablo for ever and that’s just the way it is now.
Gjanni has been upsetting people and staying onside, while BPF has risen, stony faced to save the hopes of Northern Ireland and Leeds fans alike.
We’re in a bullish mood as we face down the last eight hateful games. Or is it eleven?
Leeds United know what they’re doing, now, and hopefully it’s not anything like this again.
This is already the match Leeds played before whatever happens against Sheffield United happens.
The terrifying prospect of promotion looms large, with Lewis Baker’s Reading and Simon Tracey’s Blades before us.
Marcelo Bielsa is brave, avoiding flippant subjects like murder and instead writing his stories in the serious and unknowable genre of association football.
Marcelo Bielsa is synonymous with burnout. But aren’t we all, nowadays?
Has the glorious demolition of WBA injected new optimism into the podcast as we head to Bristol?
The noise when Pablo Hernandez scored after seventeen seconds was like a bomb going off. And off, and off, and off. Hours have gone by and the cheers still resound.