The third issue of The Square Ball’s 30th season is available now.
It’s hard to know what to get for someone’s birthday as they get older. Bottle of wine? Socks? A new owner?
The Football League’s committee came to Leeds to close a football club down. Alf Masser was waiting for them.
Helen Keogh first worked as Leeds United’s curator from 2011-13. For the centenary season, she’s come back, to make sure our club’s heritage has a future.
Growing up I was told my grandpa, Albert Saxton, had played for Leeds United.
You’ve decided to watch Leeds play at Charlton, but the away end is sold out. Commence Operation Addick.
The youth of today is just starting to realise how much, one day, they might hate Leeds United.
Come May, Leeds may not be managed by a mercurial Argentinian. It’s time to start planning for what comes next.
For eighteen months, a Billy Bremner protege lit up Elland Road.