Back in March 2011, TSB published a centre spread by Wayne Gamble of The Beaten Generation, bringing all 54 of the players Leeds United had signed on loan since 2004 together in one handy graphical guide — 54 players who played for Leeds (well, most of them) who weren’t even ours.
As long as we keep Garry Monk. As long as we keep Pep Clotet. As long as we keep Kyle Bartley. As long as we keep Chris Wood. As long as we keep Liam Bridcutt. As long as we keep Robert Green. Not you, Charlie, you can go.
Leeds United has always built its identity from its youth players. What happens when they’re as strange to us as we to them?
Andrea Radrizzani promised to invest all the Chris Wood fee into the playing squad. Did he mean now, or when?
Against Nottingham Forest, Leeds United showed that Thomas Christiansen is building his new side’s foundations way up in the sky.
Now Chris Wood has gone, Leeds United can concentrate on the football.
Okay so Roofe scored a hat-trick and some other stuff happened but Samu Saiz though ?
On a weekend when Chris Wood got everything wrong, Thomas Christiansen got everything right. Which is good for Leeds United, anyway.
Leeds United could be about to sell a thirty goal striker. Why isn’t there more furore?
Leeds United under Thomas Christiansen are an attacking outfit, with new players on the front foot. That they and their £20m striker can’t score at home is a curious thing indeed.