There was a time when Michael Bridges wasn’t welcome back at Leeds; but times change.
Pontus Jansson’s story at Leeds United wasn’t supposed to end this way.
This summer, in his never-ending quest to quantify and refine, Marcelo Bielsa might have reached some new conclusions.
The transfer of an eighteen-year-old footballer makes clairvoyants of all of us.
I’ve been thinking about promotion, and I’ve decided I’m against it.
Marcelo Bielsa believes that one day beauty will win, and that winning isn’t worth it without it.
Marcelo Bielsa has never looked or sounded more like a Leeds fan than when he was using Salim Lamrani’s arm to demonstrate the strength of different punches, trying to establish what level of violence the FA finds acceptable against a Leeds player.
Leeds are going on with the show, starting from the top and following the same script.
Marcelo Bielsa is synonymous with burnout. But aren’t we all, nowadays?