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by gavinlees at 21:08:47
All these so called hacks. pundits and ex=pros already writing Leeds off before a ball has been kicked in anger. I doubt if half of them have even see the new additions play. So I would say keep it shut. If you are proved right at the end of the season then well done you. But until then nobody actually wants to read this dribble
by Block8 at 20:44:35
I thought Leicester were selling players due to financial problems?
They have signed no one yet?
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|Marcelo Bielsa simply must leave Leeds United at the end of the season |
by Nineteens at 12:15:08
Realistically, surviving the first two years (not yet achieved) will be an important achievement and set us up for the next steps in developing the club. Much of what is written is great with hindsight but not as easy to work with, our squad will develop and hopefully with a manager with Bielsa's genius.
|Leeds fans fume over the club’s fine after the Chelsea game|
by Jarvoman at 23:27:56
Can I ask you to review & post the incident in the Arsenal-West Ham game recently when West Ham players surrounded the referee after he gave a debatable penalty to Arsenal. It is no different to our players disputing the soft penalty Chelsea got to win the game so how did they walk away scott free?
by SaintNick at 11:26:29
A few tips from a Saints fan:
If you come by train the walk is about 20 minutes from Southampton Central, St Deny's station is farther away and serves the Portsmouth line only about 1 train an hour stops there .
If you go to Southampton Central and walk up the hill to the City Centre the away fans pub is Yates, most other pubs are home fans only unless you wander off the main drag.
There is plenty of parking in multi story car parks in the London Road /Bedford place area. 15 -20 minute walk to ground nothing nearer
By coach the nearest pub is The Prince Of Wales on the main road from where the coaches park.
You are right the club will enforce a strict policy on away fans in home sections, but only if there is a commotion, if you go in the home section and stand up and cheer goals or shout abuse you will be turfed out, but if you don't show colours and just watch the game it's normally ok.
To mention dire threats of reduced allocation is a bit out of date given we haven't played you with away fans present in 10 years, but these days it isn't strictly enforced.
As mentioned there is little around the ground in terms of pubs and food outlets other than burger vans, so most home fans drink and park in the city centre
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|Defensive lapses cost Leeds dear again as West Ham cruise to deserved win|
by TimWhelan at 10:11:45
Before kick-off Sky put up some stats showing the heights of the five tallest players on both sides, and it was clear that man for man they would have an advantage of a couple of inches. They also showed that only Chelsea had scored more goals than them at set pieces.
So should Struijk have played in central defence instead of having Ayling there out of position?