Tyler Roberts has made Leeds United’s strongest case for finishing this Championship season, putting it in a new way this week.
It feels wrong to say that football can’t come back too soon. It can, and if recent reports of plans for bringing the top leagues back to training and matches are confirmed, it will. It’s good to make plans, and everything being discussed, whether it’s about three-week mini preseasons or a 56 day target to […]
Leeds United’s accounts for the 2018/19 season have the hashtag nofilter honesty of a celebrity posting on Instagram in the third week of coronavirus lockdown to ask if they should, relatably, shower.
Without new games to look forward to, what are we doing with our past?
In these days of coronavirus crisis, Marcelo Bielsa is a reassuring figure. Maybe that’s not a good thing.
I can’t imagine a black Leeds fan wanting to come to Elland Road if they feel like the players are allowed to call someone ‘you fucking n—-r’ and receive a round of applause afterwards. And I can’t imagine a Leeds fan wanting another Leeds fan to feel that way.
Three points and a cuddle, and Leeds United are alright.
Marcelo Bielsa must have a higher words-per-game ratio than any manager in Leeds United’s history, but we might never know what he means.
And so to Kiko Casilla, around whom questions are swirling like corner kicks he’ll never catch. What is he thinking? Why doesn’t he save anything? And shouldn’t we try somebody else?