The ‘salute crest’, 2018-2018, unless it rises on the third day, did at least achieve one of its objectives, by catapulting Leeds United back into the big time: back where we belong.
With two key weaknesses addressed, it’s difficult to argue on Thursday, as many did on Monday, that this transfer window’s opportunities to improve the team are being wilfully and flagrantly ignored.
Imagine a quiet January, they said. Likely not much happening, they said. On track to achieve our targets, they said.
2018 begins, and Leeds United have found a new way of making people unhappy, by being sixth from top of the Championship as the transfer window opens.
This Christmas our history tells us that, far from being cursed, the Leeds United left-back position is very, very blessed.
How Bremner Square can open the door to Leeds United’s history
When Leeds United go to QPR this weekend, Victor Orta should take a contract, and bring home a striker
Why am I not mad as hell, and happy to take it? About wondering why I’m not angry about Leeds United FC
How togetherness and a long term vision at Leeds United mean more than waving flags around
About highlights, sausages, and moving far from home.