The Carabao is a difficult cup to enjoy, but Leeds United’s penalties runneth over
Football is a battle on the pitch but a war on the training ground.
Leeds United and Samu Saiz are better matched than we could have imagined
What we hadn’t seen yet was the new Leeds United’s collective capacity for tenacity, for rolling against the odds.
This is football, football as a dream, or many dreams, a sequence of vivid images bursting out of your unconsciousness, bold with the confidence of strong alcohol pumping through your blood stream and enlivening your brain.
Against Nottingham Forest, Leeds United showed that Thomas Christiansen is building his new side’s foundations way up in the sky.
It’s that familiar deflationary Leeds United feeling, but with a few additional puffs of positivity into our new season balloon.