Anything but dull

The worst is yet to come | Last day 2006/07

Written by: Flora Snelson
Artwork by: Eamonn Dalton
Dennis Wise and Gus Poyet on the touchline as Leeds coaches, in front of the numbers 06/07, and another image of Leeds fans holding a banner that says 'WE'LL BE BACK, FOREVER LEEDS, FOREVER PROUD'
Leeds were already going down, writes Flora Snelson. Was there really lower to go?
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    Luke Ayling, looking on the point of tears as he applauds the Kop at the end of the final match against Spurs
    Down
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    Horse Racine
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    Neigh
    The cover of TSB 22-23 issue 08, by Graeme Chapman, a collage of a club gone wrong
    Just end it
    Andrea Radrizzani, Victor Orta, and Angus Kinnear sitting in the posh seats at Elland Road, wondering why everyone else is making mistakes
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    Sort it out
    Tom Jennings, his leg outstretched after kicking a shot probably into the net, in front of the numbers 25/26, in front of another image of Jennings playing for Leeds
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    Champagne Jim
    Billy Bremner kicking a ball, in front of the numbers 61/62, and another image of John Charles playing for Juventus
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    Throwing tea cups
    Rod Wallace playing for Leeds, in front of the numbers 92/93, and another image of Mark Beeney playing in goal
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    Minesweeping
    David O'Leary with his arm around Harry Kewell, in front of the numbers 99/00, and an image of David Wetherall celebrating his goal for Bradford that put Leeds into Europe
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    Happily ever after
    Dennis Wise and Gus Poyet on the touchline as Leeds coaches, in front of the numbers 06/07, and another image of Leeds fans holding a banner that says 'WE'LL BE BACK, FOREVER LEEDS, FOREVER PROUD'
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    Anything but dull
    An image of Neil Kilkenny playing against QPR, set against Neil Warnock celebrating promotion (URGH), and the numbers 10/11
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    Don't give a fuck