Our first issue of 2021/22 is on sale outside Elland Road for the game with Everton on Saturday 21st August. It’s been a while.
The past two seasons have been the best in recent history, yet also the saddest.
There was no transfer window to worry about before 1963/64 season, but there was the small matter of the games starting.
After Huddersfield and Sheffield United, Leeds? Andy P confidently predicts not, because they had bigger problems than a second chance.
You can’t take sentiment out of football, but without Gjanni Alioski, Dave Guile is wondering where we’ll find it again.
Marcelo Bielsa doesn’t worry about pre-season scorelines, and Tom Hinchcliffe says neither should you.
This was the summer Kalvin Phillips went international. JD Richardson hopes the world sees a Leeds lad, and lets him stay there.
A year on from promotion, Chris McMenemy is wondering if any of Leeds’ lessons are being learned in the EFL.
Richard Finn reads French, and he has read Le football selon Marcelo Bielsa, the book of life at Leeds by Salim Lamrani.