A Valentine’s fun fair occupied the car parks around the ground, as gaudy as the Premier League on the horizon.
What could better sum this season up?
If it wasn’t for the defence, the midfield and the attack, Leeds might have beaten Norwich City
Winning is a drug, and this win unbalanced Bielsa, sending him into Quiroga’s arms.
300 hours of analysis, 26 Luton Town matches, 500 passes precisely; what good did any of it do?
Anyone who thinks Marcelo Bielsa is unsporting doesn’t understand the joy of football. But Leeds United do.
The FA Cup is over and done with, but the players we saw this weekend are not.
When Bielsa watches the video tape, he’ll still see the maddest of mad victories flashing before his mad eyes
Perhaps the best present we’ve had from Marcelo Bielsa this year is a team that always plays to win.
Leeds United need a story to find their best. They have a story, now, that is almost impossible to believe.