Marcelo Bielsa has never looked or sounded more like a Leeds fan than when he was using Salim Lamrani’s arm to demonstrate the strength of different punches, trying to establish what level of violence the FA finds acceptable against a Leeds player.
Three weeks from now we could be hailing this Leeds United team as heroes. Right now?
It’s anarchy at Elland Road as the season draws to a close.
If Stuart Attwell wanted problems, Mateusz Klich gave him one.
The Square Ball’s tenth issue of 2018/19 is now online.
Brendan Ormsby scored Leeds United’s goal of the eighties.
Leeds United, promotion, and quantum mechanics. Are we bloody going up or not?
How do you follow an Easter weekend like the one presented to us by Leeds United?
This is the price of being good and discovering how hard that is, and of becoming so enthralled by Marcelo Bielsa that we forget that he’s human.
If I know anything about Leeds United, optimism, fate and the Second bastard Division, I believe this promotion race is going to the last game. Which, after this game, does not feel like great news.