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.
Marcelo Bielsa is brave, avoiding flippant subjects like murder and instead writing his stories in the serious and unknowable genre of association football.
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.
Perhaps Marcelo Bielsa was understanding that he was feeling something he’ll never forget.
There’s a little bit of anxiety in the air at Elland Road, but Leeds are still winning games.
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.