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Team: Leeds United

Where from: Leeds

Favourite player: Tony Yeboah

Best team moment: Becoming last First Division Champions

Interests: Sport, photography, choral singing, walking, nature, politics

Timezone: (GMT) Western Europe Time, London, Lisbon, Casablanca

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05 Feb 2020 22:36:45
Am I the only one that's thinking we ought to be talking to James Milner asap about coming in next season on a player/ coach basis, regardless of which division we are in. With his attendance of last night's game at Anfield, and inspirational talk in dressing room etc, it would seem obvious that he would be interested in working on the coaching side sooner or later. Clearly he's hoping to continue playing next season ND perhaps offering him the first steps in coaching too might help convince him that next season is the time to rejoin us.


1.) 05 Feb 2020 23:45:30
I would have thought that, if he is still here next season, Bielsa would welcome Milner as both player and nascent coach, and there can't be many managers out there who wouldn't see him as a great addition, with his incredible fitness levels, professionalism and versatility. Younger players would surely be inspired by playing with and learning from a recent winner of the Champions League and (probably also the Premier League) .

2.) 06 Feb 2020 09:36:55
100% agreed pal! The lad is a model pro, and as he is Leeds born, would be an amazing addition to both the playing, and coaching side of the club. Now is the time to make moves!

3.) 06 Feb 2020 10:47:38
He would love to come back. It would make sense financially. He could live back at home and nip home for lunch and let the dog out. What's not to like.

4.) 06 Feb 2020 22:11:46
Maybe the dog could get a game?

5.) 08 Feb 2020 12:55:45
Thought the dog was already under contract with the Terriers.

6.) 09 Feb 2020 11:43:56
what a bunch of weak willed individuals we have in this team, a frail and crumbling team, brentford are going to toast us on tuesday. we will soon be outside the top 6. no doubt about it.



16 Dec 2019 18:08:35
I'm guessing the rumour about Andre Ayew if guff, with someone putting two and two together and making 22.


1.) 17 Dec 2019 00:29:17
Hope so.

2.) 19 Dec 2019 17:09:11
I dismissed it as just talk because heโ€™ll be on premiership wages.



30 Jul 2019 14:57:51
Anyone heard anything by way of confirmation on Shack's possible thigh injury, or on why Edmondson did not feature against Girona at 4th e weekend?


1.) 30 Jul 2019 18:50:31
Also some news on Ayling and Roberts?

2.) 31 Jul 2019 14:00:51
ayling + tyler out along obviously bwith kemar + the hatchet man suspended, lots of activity in BC squad this summer i think, vut hopefully we will rinse them, we need to hit ground running and build morale by winning games whilst hopefully playing attractive football.



26 Jul 2019 22:38:33
Seen some suggestion of twitter rumours that our new away kit is grey with a pink trim. This seems a little unlikely given that this season's training kit is grey. If someone has seen such a kit, it would seem possible iis the a version of the training kit designed for out ladies team.


1.) 28 Jul 2019 14:37:01
Surely if it is grey the trim would be yellow?
And don't forget it's not grey it's PLATINUM! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚.



19 Jul 2019 10:35:50
Flint reported to be on his way to Baadiff from Smoggies for 6m. Looks like Gibson could be taking a similar approach to FFP.


1.) 19 Jul 2019 17:00:06
at least gibson spends cash, our clown is just that a clown . I suppose the fact that aidy is home grown rules him out from being 'found 'by victor the waster . Season just over 2 weeks away and we have League 1 Liam + a raw rookie at heart of defence and a striker who can't score as our main CF . Yet victor the waster feels we don't need additional improvements .
I feel another groundhog SEASON approaching . And no i not being negative just being realistic because this squad is not good enough . Radz out.

2.) 19 Jul 2019 18:40:02
Apparently linked with Chester from villa 7.5 M another injury prone short cb
Lets keep most of that money and take a chance on a free Mangala from man c only wages to pay and we've already got Harrison from them and he must have a little influence
As for flint yes last season maybe he would have been the solution.

3.) 19 Jul 2019 19:41:32
โ€œNot negative, just realisticโ€. An absolute classic line! Reality, negativity, positivity, they all really depend on who you are, and what your outlook on life is. Iโ€™m positive, and realistic. But my reality and perspective is different.

4.) 20 Jul 2019 00:19:18
well you tell us all here + now bright white is this season going to be the 1? Because never once did i genuinely think we were going to go up last season because as/ were leeds currently stand that squad is going nowhere . Document your knowledge here now that I am incorrect in my prediction . Bamford + Copper + Kiko will get us nowhere.

5.) 20 Jul 2019 10:45:04
Agree with Chris. I would also add Forshaw to the list of no hopers. The spine of this team is weak, inconsistent and prone to making big errors.

6.) 20 Jul 2019 12:08:41
Never at one point did I say you were wrong, just questioned the statement of your negativity being the reality. My knowledge of the game, through 20 years of coaching, is irrelevant. I just choose positivity. Simple really. My positivity, is my reality. Your negativity, is yours! Peace out!

7.) 20 Jul 2019 12:27:16
For me you can add Beradi, total liability, and Dallas, average at best.

8.) 20 Jul 2019 15:32:56
ah yes the classic swerve the question by avoiding the question brightwhite. Then I scroll down the page and read that you rate cooper, ha ha ha ha, all your 20 years of coaching and this is where your powers of coaching have gotten you . Cooper is hopeless, he has very poor reading of the game, very poor judgement, poor positioning, and his Achilles heel, his propensity for fouling in and around the box. I, ll leave it there with you because your coaching knowledge is far greater than. my understanding of the beautiful game .

9.) 21 Jul 2019 08:27:56
Chris Chris

Haven't read much from you so when you say that last season you never once thought we were going to be promoted. funny that you never came up with that statement in December when we were sitting top of the league.

Credit to Bermo, he consistently said he didn't think we would go up because of his concerns over Phillips. Never heard a peep from you

"Radz a clown"
"Orta is a waster"
"Cooper is league 1 standard"
You aren't a negative poster at all, just rude one.

Radz is a multi millionaire, if he is a clown, I would love to be one too

Orta is a waster, and yet we all love the fact that our U23 and U18s were so successful last year. And the first team gave us the best value for money for decades

Cooper is league 1, and yet he is captain of the team you support. What were you dreams when you were younger. I would love to be "league 1". And btw, neither his peers nor journalists who see him week in/ week out don't agree with you. go figure.

Bermo, RHC and George make objective and reasoned comments, not name calling.

10.) 21 Jul 2019 11:24:09
Chris, Chris, Chris.
Iโ€™m not even going to bite. So calm down pal.

11.) 21 Jul 2019 19:18:20
axe on tour! My assertions of the people mentioned are ENTIRELY based on the performance ON field for LUFC, i do not know these people personally so i do not comment from that perspective . Yes Andrea is a very wealthy man, but my comment about him being a clown is based on his. refusal to strengthen last year at such a pivotal time in our recent. His refusal again this year whilst trousering ยฃ37million ink costs, which was brushed under carpet double speed . The Danny James incident still rankles .
Victor the waster comment is based on his previous escapades in Boro + now here, how many of his finds would you brand as class + how many would you brand dross? The latter weighs a lot heavier i need not tell you .
Coopers lot is that regardless of him probably being a popular dude at the club, popularity is not going to get us up or improve his football ability which we all have seen time + time again is very average, yet we are again told he is the right man for the coming season . let's watch how he performs this season . I intend no rudeness whatsoever to any 1 on here, yes my passion for LUFC is direct and maybe viewed abrasive, but my intentions are always honourable not vindictive .
Lastly September 1 last after our Boro home game i turned to my pals and said the words no way with that squad, yes i was ridiculed all season saying that i was wrong by my pals, but to a man they all admitted i got. it. right when we crumbled . Same thing is going to happen WITHOUT quality additions to squad.
Love + Peace to all.

12.) 22 Jul 2019 07:06:42
Got to agree with a lot of what Chris Chris is saying. Plenty of players leaving but very few incomings so far. Where is the money going? Nothing from Jansson has been reinvested, nothing from Saiz, nothing from all the younger players who have left. We should have 8-10 mill unaccounted for so where is our strengthening to replace the two quality players mentioned above?

13.) 22 Jul 2019 23:07:14
Chris Chris, if you really turned to your mates and send no way with this squad, you were well off the pace because clearly there was a way and we almost did it. To pretend you knew in September that we would only be good enough to come third and miss out of the play offs!

Bogusz was bought on January at a good price and will be a good addition for this year, White and Struick will also make an impact this year.

The easy prediction every year is to say that we wonโ€™t go up, the odds are for it. The sensible view is to say, letโ€™s Wait and see. If you want to go every week having given up and in the hope that you will be proved right, fair enough.!

14.) 23 Jul 2019 07:59:43
Spanish White, i never once claimed to have said what position Leeds would finish in table or miss out in play offs . If you read my post correctly then you will see what i said that the squad would not. go up last season due to the number of average players in it . Remember the small issue of. our relegation form the previous season under Higgy?
Secondly you say the bookies odds are against Leeds, well go look at the odds for this season, you might get a little surprise.
Thirdly please don't call me a liar because i am not a liar, i actually did say that we wouldn't go up, and the same is going to be true this season, white is totally untested at this level, yet because he's cheap enough he's good enough by Andreas reckoning . At this stage 15 years on i think WE ALL can agree that LUFC deserve better than skin flint owners.




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21 Mar 2020 12:03:46
Interesting article in the Daily Snail today - never thought I'd ever have reason to say that - about what's in place to keep our players fit. For all that the clickbait media were saying they were shocked that Bielsa initially asked them to turn up at TA, it turns out they were hoping for a murderball session but we're given some lighter training. From what's been put in place for home training, and the squad, 's obvious focus - there should be little doubt they'll be ready when that first whistle sounds.




17 Mar 2020 09:27:57
Aus having got his Saturday morning oats with his dog reminded me of something that amused me when at Keele Uni. One of my friends was called to Jury Service for a couple of weeks - and in the first case she sat for, the guy's defence was that he was just helping this sheep over the wall when his trousers fell down!?


1.) 17 Mar 2020 10:32:25
It was very noticeable that my friend entered Jury Service as a fairly young, innocent 18-year-old and emerged 2 weeks later a changed woman. The most surprising thing though, is that she lived in Northamptonshire, which is nowhere near Wales.

2.) 17 Mar 2020 12:28:46
That really made me laugh. Not the anicdote, but the fact that you went to university! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚.

3.) 17 Mar 2020 15:12:06
That happened to me once. Those sheep are tricksy.

4.) 17 Mar 2020 16:22:10
Danum - I guess no universities had yet been established when you were 18.

5.) 17 Mar 2020 17:46:09
Clueless. I'd only just finished being shoved up people's chimneys at 18, due to being too big. Fortunately I managed to get a job following horses around with a big shovel! ๐Ÿ’ฉ๐Ÿคฃ.

6.) 17 Mar 2020 18:44:46
In my first year I went to watch Leeds at Stoke in the old Second Division, with four friends, one of whom was also a Leeds fan. We were stood in the home end, surrounded by blokes sporting skinheads or potter's haircuts (think 1980's puddin' basin, but less classy) and, bless her, she jumped up and cheered loudly when we scored. I'm sorry, but self-preservation kicked in so I grunted some abuse at her for cheering the wrong f'in team. That and our half hearted celebration of the two Stoke goals seemed to satisfy the locals sufficiently to stop the hostile stares. I had mixed emotions when the final whistle went, gutted that we'd lost, but also relieved, as I half suspected that had we won, some of those around us might have given us a bit of a kicking just in case we were Leeds, and to let off a bit of steam.



11 Mar 2020 12:39:04
All going so well for Villa at the moment. Apparently Danny Drinkwater has headbutted Jota in training. To be honest, I'd forgotten he was even at Villa, he's played so little for them - seemed like a solid loan signing for them at the time. They need all to options they can get at the moment, so pity for them if problems in the camp. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚.


1.) 11 Mar 2020 15:26:17
Drinkwater's career has really dipped since leaving Leicester.

2.) 11 Mar 2020 19:26:03
shows how a bad move can ruin a career. bit like when beckford didn't realise he was league one standard and moved to everton.

3.) 11 Mar 2020 19:43:53
Lining up Terry to take over from Smith. Relagation nears.

4.) 11 Mar 2020 20:42:19
Funny but very true Bermo.

5.) 12 Mar 2020 15:59:56
John Terry. Manager. Astute, intellectual, tactical. A gentleman. The English Bielsa. Future England manager. ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ฌ๐Ÿคช๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ.



10 Mar 2020 12:14:02
I see that Bielsa was spotted in Five Guys yesterday, supping a Corona. Hopefully the closest Leeds get to anything resembling the current outbreak.

Meanwhile Florists owner has apparently confirmed he has been diagnosed Covid-19 - having attended their match on Friday and met their squad!


1.) 10 Mar 2020 13:27:15
Forget behind closed doors, how will the Championship schedule be managed if significant numbers of players become infected? This is starting to look very messy.

2.) 10 Mar 2020 18:56:37
Cluey and Tory I suggest we win our next few games because I fear a horrible announcement (which will adversely affect Leeds) around the time of April Fool's only it won't be a joke. We need to secure promotion by the end of the month. Makes the Fulham game gargantuan.

3.) 10 Mar 2020 22:06:04
Efl will prob cancel this season and just start afresh next season.

4.) 10 Mar 2020 23:00:38
That's exactly my thoughts taddy, no one relegated from prem, no one promo from champs, would sound believable now given all that's about to happen!

5.) 10 Mar 2020 23:24:27
Taddy That happens there won't even be an EFL.

6.) 11 Mar 2020 09:48:32
George, Taddy and Chris, you echo my worries. The EFL would love to use the excuse.



08 Mar 2020 08:52:35
Cautiously optimistic this morning. As others have said, it seems to be down to three for the top two spots, and Fulham still have to play all four rivals in the top five (with on fire Brentford next up at home and the other three being away from home) , having just struggled with the low hanging fruit of Brizzle and Preston.


1.) 08 Mar 2020 10:49:55
You can' t rule out Brentford just yet. they may be more of a danger than Fulham. Brentford have Fulham away and Baggies at home in next games .2 big games.

2.) 08 Mar 2020 12:04:15
Indeed - only said it SEEMS to be down to three. Not totally discounting the Bees, of course almost anything can happen with 27 points up for grabs. The next two sets of fixtures could be quite pivotal.

3.) 08 Mar 2020 12:44:14
All the way down to mid table anyone could go on a late surge. It's so, so close down there.




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21 Feb 2020 22:48:56
If we can manage to win the next four AND KP is able to avoid a further 3 yellow cards in those fixtures, we could go into the tough games v Baadiff and Fulham quite handily placed for the final straight.

Fulham have an incredibly tough run-in. 8 of their last 12 games are against teams ranked above the 12th placed Tups, with whom they've drawn tonight - and only 1 is against a team in the bottom 8.

After QPR tomorrow, the florists remaining fixtures include 4 of the bottom 8, but the rest are in the top 13.

Brentford have 5 of the bottom 8 to face but also 6 in the top half of the table.

We are yet to face 7 of the bottom 8 and 5 in the top half.




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19 Feb 2020 15:59:10
For his effrontery of speaking truth to power in that way, I'm surprised the FA didn't ban Victor from all football related activities 'til the end of the season. Surely we should be grateful for even being allowed to play football anymore and realise it's not our place to be ask to be treated in the same way as other clubs.




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05 Feb 2020 23:45:30
I would have thought that, if he is still here next season, Bielsa would welcome Milner as both player and nascent coach, and there can't be many managers out there who wouldn't see him as a great addition, with his incredible fitness levels, professionalism and versatility. Younger players would surely be inspired by playing with and learning from a recent winner of the Champions League and (probably also the Premier League) .




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28 Jan 2020 08:37:57
Chris - Bielsa didn't say who would fill in for White. But Berardi missed the last game through injury and Bielsa said two had returned from injury and we're now available - Shack and Tyro.
May mean Ayling will be shifted inside with the Cookstown Cafu slotting in at RB. As that solution would involve players Bielsa fully trusts, it might be more likely than bringing in Olly Casey (or even less likely Struijk) at CB, which he would presumably see as a bigger risk. Though of course Casey did play for the last 18 minutes of the game with t'dog botherers, when White previously covered for KP.




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25 Jan 2020 11:54:35
He would seem to be 1.77m in height - only 1cm shorter than Roofe. So we'd be not much different to last year's set-up for strikers if he comes in. Incidentally Eddie was around the same height too - though of course J-KA has a much higher level of experience than either of the previous two.





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31 Mar 2020 11:38:52
Grealish just can't seem to help himself when he has a little time on his hands. Guess it must be hard to stay grounded in reality when your hoodie cost around ยฃ560. Weird thing is that not only is he wearing non-matching footwear (black slipper and white slider) , but also the guy he's pictured talking to appears to have the other slider (and maybe the slipper too) tucked under his arm.


{Ed001's Note - they are clearly off their faces, you only have to look at him to see he is wasted.}



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31 Mar 2020 09:43:51
17 ilkay gundogan
25 angel rangel.




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31 Mar 2020 09:35:21
26 - Brit AssarmbaalongA perhaps.




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19 Mar 2020 17:15:33
So sad. RIP indeed. Great player and all round decent bloke. Pity for him that Colin W@*ker sidelined him at Baadiff in the last year there - deserved a better send off after serving them so well. Would have been a quality addition here.




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19 Mar 2020 10:27:18
One who wanders is not necessarily lost, intentionally or otherwise.