There’s an old adage about never arguing with an idiot, because they’ll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.
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Because every few games, someone has to have a career-ending meltdown.
Football supporters have so much more to offer than season ticket renewals and holding up cardboard signs to spell hashtags.
If they could stop looking and start doing, they might find that football is an easier game than they’re making it look.
There were some desperately needed reminders in this match that not all of Leeds United’s players are as desperately bad as they seem, and some of them might even get better.
Christianity’s calendar now brings us Easter, at the end of Lent, forty days during which people gave things up: like chocolate, or if you’re a Leeds United fan, hope.
The only antidote to angry Leeds fans I can think of right now is angry Leeds players. We’ve got one. Ten to go.
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Nobody expects Ouasim Bouy is the hero to save Leeds United. But that’s the point.