Those might be the three truest words in all 300 of these columns.
Football supporters have so much more to offer than season ticket renewals and holding up cardboard signs to spell hashtags.
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
If Leeds can’t be confident about the next step now, starting from here, how will we ever have the confidence to step forward again?
Tense? Nervous headache? That’s either the start of a new football season, or it’s Leeds United’s chairman doing the rounds of the media.
The quandary for Leeds United, as they try to set ticket prices, is that they’re a football club trying to compete within a league structure that continues to seriously deviate from reality.