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08 Oct 2021 16:11:49
Reported that Phil Hay

believes Leeds United will likely be sold to San Francisco 49ers and Peter Lowy when Radz decides to sell up.

Sounds very plausible and logical ; would not surprise me if that happens at the end of next season 2022/ 2023 or even sooner.

BazVid

1.) 11 Oct 2021 07:55:23
I can't see it happening as soon as that. Not with the 3 year pla to get into Europe and the stadium expansion.


2.) 13 Oct 2021 17:58:17
Indeed Alf. Radz has previously suggested he will step aside once the plan to get into Europe has been achieved, or if it becomes clear his ownership is holding the club back from achieving that goal.

Even though the Toon takeover could be seen as having a potential to send a seismic jolt through the plans of the other owners across the EPL and beyond, it currently seems unlikely to change any embryonic plans for a change in Leeds’ ownership. As the potential new owners, the 49ers and Lowy would seem likely to value Radz input, in terms of experience, contacts and investment through this vital next stage of the Club’s development. And I suspect Radz’s instinct, in terms of business and personal self-esteem would be to want to take on, rather than run from this new challenge.


 

 

 

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05 Dec 2021 22:21:02
this season continues to annoy and frustrate one

really need to recruit in Jan.

BazVid

1.) 06 Dec 2021 08:13:35
Baz, I am with you on the recruitment. I know that there are only a few decent players around in January and the selling club tend to be in the dominant position but I still believe there are players out there who could improve us.

If you look back on my posts of recent years I am always banging the same drum at this time of year. the lone market. pick up a £100k/ w player for the last 20 weeks of the season. He costs us £2m. If he improves our position in the league that at least £1m the club gains.

If we bought a £100k/ w, £20m player over 4 years the total cost would be £10m/ year anyway.


2.) 06 Dec 2021 09:38:47
Baz, I think we’re all in agreement that well targeted recruitment is need in Jan, whether on permanent terms or loan, but the question is ‘who? ’.


3.) 06 Dec 2021 09:56:05
Agree with you there axe, we need a decent defender and a creative spark. But let’s be honest here has Victor done that well with past recruitment?
Meslier Rapha and possibly llorente aside he’s signed so proper duds.


4.) 06 Dec 2021 10:11:13
It keeps boiling down to the same question, who is available mid season, who is quality, better than we have already got and not at a extreme inflated price?
The elite clubs can probably do it, but we are not an elite club.


5.) 06 Dec 2021 23:14:23
Medlier was actually spotted by the goalkeeping coach - another myth that Orta is happy to claim as his own genius. Snake oil anyone?


 

 

03 Dec 2021 21:53:03
Another disappointing defeat tonight for the U23s

the U23s had started this season fairly well with the highlight being the thrashing of Liverpool U23s away 4 nil with Joffy having a superlative match that day.

but since then struggled defensively in the past 5 games or so against admittedly strong teams in Chelsea etc conceding three or more goals a game, some indiscipline with sendings off,


hopefully things will improve results and goals concessions wise.

BazVid

1.) 04 Dec 2021 06:37:57
I think they will be going straight back down at this rate. A constantly changing line up probably doesn't help with some of the better players being taken for the senior team. I can't help but think though that if our youth team are the shining lights we hope they are they should be doing better in the u23 league. I also worry that the likes of Joffy not getting games (aware he did yesterday) for the u23s and then also not getting minutes i the firsts cannot be good for development.


2.) 04 Dec 2021 06:48:03
Yes Alf.
Confusing strategy.
If they don’t play for U23s. No point just sitting on the bench. He took him off at half time so hoping jof and bam bam get half each tomorrow.
There dosent seem to be a clear plan. I believe having youngsters on bench but not regularly playing is pointless. Messes up both teams.
Def affected U23s that’s for sure.


3.) 04 Dec 2021 08:06:28
I think most of Bielsa’s choices have been vindicated concerning the youth, he has a certain process of dealing with them. They must earn the right to be chosen for the first team, so often these young players are built up to appear much better than they are, the expectations become enormous they then can’t wear it and subsequently fade away into obscurity.
Take Jack Clarke for a prime example, then there’s Ryan Edmonson, Leif Davis, Alfie McCalmont, Jordan Stevens and Robbie Gotts all surplus to requirements, apart from McCalmont who may have a future with Leeds?
It’s a thin line they walk upon as to whether they are are successful or failures. That’s why I totally trust Bielsa’s procedure in developing these potentially young stars for Leeds Utd.


4.) 04 Dec 2021 09:10:12
The Club will know that it really can’t risk the U23s getting relegated, as the step up from PL2 Division 2 to first team in the Prem is a very steep one, so existing Academy prospects will not be adequately prepared for the first team, and relegation might compromise our ability to attract top prospects from other academies.

My guess is that Cresswell, Greenwood, Joffy, Summerville and Drameh will get more U23s gametime in the second half of the season to help ensure their relegation is averted - particularly if the first team injury crisis doesn’t return, as not playing our top u23s as much so far may have been partly to help guard against injuries in case they needed to play in the forthcoming Prem games. A few first teamers needing gametime to maintain match fitness could also be pressed into service with the U23s if necessary.

The upside of the ‘weakening’ of the U23s in the first half of the season is that a significant number of u18 squad have been exposed to the rigours of U23s duty. This will mean the likes of Max Dean, Kris Moore, Seb Carole and Archie Gray are much better prepared for the time when they need to step up full time to that level - which will hopefully help safeguard the U23s from relegation on their watch. This may or may not have been part of the thinking behind the U23s selection decisions so far this season, but either way it would seem to be a positive thing.


5.) 04 Dec 2021 09:53:34
If you read Jackson’s post match report he details that “Joffy was scheduled to play a much needed 90minutes” but after taking a knock just prior to half time was substituted.

I believe the management of our youngsters by Bielsa has been superb, I cannot think of many PL sides who have successfully blooded more academy players than Leeds.

Totally get the importance of maintaining premier 2 status for Leeds and also that winning becomes a habit. But the the primary purpose of any academy is to generate future first team stars.

Yes the U23s tanked Liverpool with what is considered our best u23 team but when you look at the respective first teams results truly are secondary but sadly part of the ‘everything now, at all cost mindset’.


6.) 04 Dec 2021 12:42:30
I think having the u23 games on a Friday is daft. Better on a Monday so you know who has been used and who needs a run out.


7.) 04 Dec 2021 12:46:50
You got to make your mind up.
Only reason U23s in first team is injuries
And no proper replacements.
Dress it up how u like.


8.) 05 Dec 2021 07:37:24
Right, but that's one reason Bielsa likes a smaller squad, as it gives everyone a better chance of playing and gives young players a chance. Can't have it both ways.


 

 

02 Dec 2021 18:37:35
After the euphoria of the win against Palace, back to the business of the next game against Brentford ; a game that LUFC should definitely be seeking another valuable 3 points.

Scoring goals remains the current issue : last season Bambam, Harrison, Dallas, Klich scored 40 goals between them ; this season due to lengthy injury and loss of form so far just 4 goals ( 2 of which were in the League Cup for JH)

Bambam must play against Brentford, or at least coming on from the bench,

Dallas hopefully can start scoring by being further up the pitch picked in midfield once Ayling is back ;

Gelhardt needs to be on the pitch instead of the non scoring Roberts

and hopefully JH will rediscover his form and goals but he needs to be playing by at least coming on from the bench

and Bielsa needs to be told by AR and VO that 2 or 3 goalscoring players are needed to bolster LUFC goals tally in Jan window ; LUFC need to sign prolific assists and goals attacking midfield Swift in Jan window.

BazVid

1.) 02 Dec 2021 19:09:07
BazVid, get your trunks on mucka, I am with you on the punt on Swift. I have been watching him since Bielsa name checked him in our Championship days. Out of contract in the summer, his team is nearer relegation than promotion, can see Reading getting a few bob to bolster their relegation fight and us getting an accomplished attacking midfielder.


2.) 02 Dec 2021 19:52:53
LEEDS will disappoint everyone AGAIN!


3.) 02 Dec 2021 21:26:05
Omg, our shining light is back. Wondered where you were during this interlude of positivity

hooksie what a waste of your typing skills.


4.) 02 Dec 2021 21:37:16
Hooks. Depressin man. sorry you have to be that way.


5.) 02 Dec 2021 22:51:04
Also Reading need money after FFP sanctions (which is why they are low down in the league- 6pt deduction I seem to remember)


6.) 03 Dec 2021 08:36:13
Hooksie that’s the pain that love brings

If I cared to add it up, then my beloved Leeds United have most certainly failed more than succeeded, but my friend, just like with any loved one, it’s the merest 0-1 away at Citeh with 10 men and your smitten all over again.

Don’t listen to the “it’s the hope that kills ya mantra”

Just open your heart to the magnificence that is Leeds United, it’s a beautiful thing my friend. 💙🤍💛.


7.) 03 Dec 2021 13:01:10
Hooksie, some might say that the only thing about that comment that surprises is that it’s not all in CAPS LOCK.

Feel the force, resist the Dark Side. Embrace the joy of being part of the Leeds family, with a manager who has transformed the outlook of our Club (and some would say the city) , a squad we can genuinely feel an affinity with, a loyal fanatical fanbase and owners who are trying their best to meet our expectations - with the prospect of a full transition of ownership to take us to the next level.

Yes there will be bumps along the way this season - enjoy the good bits and let those sustain you through the harder times. Despite the best endeavours of hostile pundits, the squad are still united behind Bielsa and the penalty incident v Palace shows that they have realised that VAR will tend not to review incorrect decisions unless we bring it to their attention by getting in the ref’s face. Things are likely to improve when Bamford’s back in harness.

Life has been really s#it for me this year (and for the two previous for that matter) , and doubtless for others on here too. My religious faith and the resurgence of the Leeds family under Bielsa have been two things that have helped sustain me through the darkest times. So, keep strong Hooksie, there is joy to be had within the Leeds family if you seek it.


8.) 03 Dec 2021 13:30:40
Sorry to hear life has not been good Clu. Here to listen if you ever want to talk?


9.) 03 Dec 2021 15:36:01
good posts Class and Clu

as someone myself known on here by some as ( uber) critical, although I definitely see it more as realism and I certainly have made many, many posts of praise too to balance things up a tad

the thing is Hooksie
I maybe wrong but I seem to recall that ALL of your posts are either dismissive, critical or negative not even one positive post ever.

just Occasionally you could perhaps write a constructive, appreciative, praiseworthy post just for a change as there have been plenty of times you could have done so over the past 3 years.


10.) 03 Dec 2021 16:21:39
Cheers Alf.


11.) 03 Dec 2021 16:39:52
I think Hooksie is one of the editors. When ever us posters start to sing from the same hymn sheet, the factions unite, up pops thus hooksie bloke to stir the pot. Just enough to get more posts going. do editors get paid by the number of posts they edit? . just saying!

{Ed001's Note - don't be a child. This site earns next to nothing and wouldn't be worth our while being so stupid as your nasty insinuation. We don't do clickbait, we provide this for free to you and still you want to slag us off! You really are not worth the bother.}


12.) 03 Dec 2021 18:22:08
Ed001.my comment was only tongue in cheek. trying to fathom some sort of reason for Hooksies sporadic and negative posts. lighting blue touchpapers.


13.) 03 Dec 2021 20:48:52
Thank goodness someone put a thumbs up to my post.
I read and re-read what I had originally written and still couldn't see how I had been both insinuating and slagging.


 

 

26 Nov 2021 14:26:41
Bielsa still the man for the job?
a world class coach/ team selector?

whatever he is, improvement in RESULTS need to happen immediately as we have already completed one third of EPL games

Only one clean sheet in 12 EPL games for LUFC this season is NOT anywhere near good enough, its relegation form for a team that does not score ( anywhere near enough) itself.

Clean sheets need to be attained whatever it takes and by picking the BEST defensive players to achieve it ,

having to score 2 or 3 goals to win a game is a losing strategy when you are a team with a distinct lack of ( inform) goalscoring players

this season is becoming concerningly reminiscent of LUFC 1981/ 82 season.

BazVid

1.) 26 Nov 2021 22:15:32
Yeah but when recruitment has been mediocre at best who is he supposed to pick?


2.) 26 Nov 2021 23:19:07
Alfie : agreed re recruitment but still options other than Firpo

one of Drameh, Baby Shack, Dallas, Ayling ( when fit) at RB

two of Llorente, Struick, Cresswell, Koch, or even Cooper at CB

one of Dallas, Struick, Georgey Integrity or Leif Davis ( Jan recall) at LB.


3.) 27 Nov 2021 05:53:41
Still think it's too early to write Firpo off. He's only played about 5 games for us.


 

 

20 Nov 2021 15:52:43
Not liking at all Watford beating Man U ( yes even though it is them ) 2 nil as hoping/ thinking that Watford would/ could be one of the relegated teams

Be interested if any poster including the likes of the rose tinted crew top 6 cough cough OP, my ole mucka Axey, Class, MG, Richie etc which 3 ( or more) EPL clubs will DEFINITIVELY finish below Leeds come season end. Surely that should be very easy for the rose tinted crew.


My pre season prediction that with Leeds needlessly inadequate small squad and terrible summer recruitment that LUFC therefore had to avoid injuries to key players or we would be in a relegation battle proving correct so far

the continued absence of Bamford with very few goals being scored by the team is increasingly becoming very damaging.

BazVid

1.) 20 Nov 2021 16:05:55
I never said top 6, your negativity is painful to read, your always looking for a way to knock certain players, the manager, the chairman, and Mr Orta (who i am not a fan of by the way) , we haven't even played and the negativity ouses out.


2.) 20 Nov 2021 16:12:24
BazVid your just plain deluded

Why on earth do you think we are going to waste time on other teams. That's your paranoid issue, we just care about Leeds

Poor deluded fool.


3.) 20 Nov 2021 16:22:24
We seem to get injuries that the recovery period seems to go on and on without much in the way of updates. Ayling and Bamford got injured on September 17th, who would have thought 2 months on and no sign of them? As for Koch, let's hope it's not another Forshaw situation. Regarding tomorrow, any chances that come we must take. We could do with James and Harrison getting a goal to get some confidence. I am hoping we can build on the Leicester performance and get a point.


4.) 20 Nov 2021 16:34:06
Not going to rise to your unnecessary needling Baz, enjoy supporting Leeds for the rest of the season, which I doubt you can.
I will always believe and enjoy watching Leeds these days.


5.) 20 Nov 2021 16:51:11
Incorrect yet again Baz. I have never said Top 6, I just don’t continually attack the Leeds hierarchy like you. Are you only happy when you have something to moan about? Do you not have any mates to spend a bit of time with or are they bored with you constant narrative as well? Are you even a Leeds fan, I wonder.


6.) 20 Nov 2021 17:57:00
On the contrary MG, Richie and others, the top 6 prediction referred specifically to only OP and his top 6 prediction

and MG and OP I enjoyed most of previous 3 seasons and made plenty of positive and appreciative comments on this forum thanks

but it is impossible OP to 'enjoy' my beloved team Leeds United be sucked into a relegation battle ;

and my ole mucka Axe you might actually want to care come April but anyway

and as expected noone can definitively name 3 teams

earlier in the season Chris, Alf and myself received a lot of criticism from some re our realism ( or as you refer to it negativity) at the moment we are 17th that is a FACT! and have generally not been scoring much nor generally playing well again a fact

I will be absolutely delighted when Leeds hopefully climb the table.


7.) 20 Nov 2021 19:01:40
Can't remember who I had down for my top 6 in the "Premier League" prediction, but I am fairly sure I had BazVid down in the top two for the most "delusional poster" category. still feel that one on for a success. thanks all for voting

Ole.


8.) 20 Nov 2021 19:29:18
lol Axe keep telling yourself that if it makes you feel better

come season end I do indeed hope you and others are correct and I and others are proved wrong

because that will most importantly the thing that matters to me is that Leeds have climbed the table far from danger at the very least.

whereas if I am proved right ( hopefully not ) that will I guess be potentially a most bitter double whammy for you that will probably annoy you sooooo much that both you and your hottub will spontaneously COMBUST.


9.) 20 Nov 2021 19:31:44
Baz, it’s quite bizarre how you configure that the season is as good as done with 27 more games to play. You are a defeatist of the highest order.
If you were in the trenches with me I’d have to shoot you on a moral principle. You give up far too easily.
Leeds still to finish in top ten and yes possibly 6th.


10.) 20 Nov 2021 19:49:52
I havebt given uo OP.


11.) 20 Nov 2021 20:17:07
Baz, if we win tomorrow we’re up to 13th and are 3 points behind Man U in the European slots. There’s a long way to go in the season, and Europe whilst unlikely is hardly out of the realms of possibility.


12.) 20 Nov 2021 20:43:24
very true Brockley there is indeed a long way to go in the season Le Definitely hope so with the wins for LUFC and also for all our players to remain healthy, uninjured with especially Pat Bamford back fully recovered and scoring lots of goals for LUFC asap.


13.) 20 Nov 2021 23:08:10
Indeed we were ridiculed for our predictions but the way I see it we saw the writing in the wall.

Don't know which posters it was nor do I care but very sadly we have been proven to be correct.

Pray we survive this season and better things will come as the yoof mature.


14.) 20 Nov 2021 23:33:39
What writing in the wall?
Is the season already over or is there still 27 games to play?
We haven’t had a great start to the season but there’s still a shed load of games to play yet.
Alf it’s only your opinion and perhaps one or two others that think our season is already finished.
Good grief, I simply despair at the negativity of some of you posters.


15.) 21 Nov 2021 00:12:53
Writing o rather wall that we had a great opportunity to strengthen and push on but instead we have stagnated and let others overtake us. Yes still plenty of games left but I doubt they will be seeing us push top 6.


16.) 21 Nov 2021 11:40:39
Ha ha some on this group would make the contestants that used to enter Big brother seem like sound minded contestants .

Amazing the amount of selective amnesia displayed also . This season was going to be a definite improvement on lasts outing according to a core group of football guru's on here

Ye couldn't type fast enough to throw all the negative phrases at us, saying we know nothing, all moan moan moan was all we done .

Well lads here we are into december. almost and we 100% are sucked in, A more honourable man would say, hands up lads ye called it

But no, the ego of the gurus continues and all you get is, ye are rubbish supporters as all we do is moan and gripe

Someone said yesterday oh if we win we are up into 13th I think

Well if we don't then what's the position we in Sunday evening again?

Lads NO ONE wants to see us struggle, but in fairness we said at start of season this would happen and we were laughed out of it . Without a serious upturn in form we could be in a serious pickle come Xmas .

Crowd will turn on a few players by then guaranteed as there have been rumbles of it already.


17.) 21 Nov 2021 11:58:42
Chris you called it 100 % and ' the ego of the gurus ' on this forum soooo apt.


18.) 21 Nov 2021 12:01:27
If we are around the same position in the last quarter of the season then I’ll put my hands up and say there’s something not working right here, I’ll then join hands with you grumpy old men and have a moan.
I’m still absolutely certain we will finish in the top half of the table so until then I’ll leave the moaning to you blokes who have no faith in our chairman, Dot, coach and players.
Sometimes MOT.


19.) 21 Nov 2021 12:38:40
The same chairman' who only a few weeks ago in Lisbon has spoke of the 4 fold increase in his 100 million initial stake is it OP?

He is. just a better looking more affable chairman, than others but IMO his own interests nare far +away ahead of LUFC 's .

Also I will take a little credit come January when we strengthen the squad as all along there was no money for that, but Lowey +Marathe will be after having words to sort that .

He's not chairman for the love of. pur club OP.


20.) 21 Nov 2021 13:04:02
Chris, there’s not many chairmen who are fans of their club. It’s his business and like any businessman he wants to be successful. If he felt for one minute he can’t get anymore from his asset, he’d obviously sell. What I admire about Radz is that he’s not gambling with our club like Ridsdale did. For some fans they have some bizarre notion that the club has a endless pit of money that it can spend at will on world class players.
This club of ours is evolving in the correct way, have some patience, we do not have a sheikh or a oligarch as our owner.


21.) 21 Nov 2021 13:29:08
I take your logic as very accurate OP, however the issue I have with him is some people seem to think he is ALL ABOUT LEEDS, yes he is all about Leeds but with the caveat that Andrea is very very well taken care of

We all know The 9'ers are going to be the gaffers soon enough., Andrea will leave the hotseat and most likely repeat this whole process in Italy with a lower club.

I always believed he bought Leeds as a means to an end . However he has indeed made us glamorous again and more importantly INVESTABLE .

That's the name of the game I know, but I just feel he does it a bit too much for the image of. it and quells any talk of the cash he is making personally from this.


22.) 21 Nov 2021 13:57:36
Neither those of a more negative mindset or those who have been more positive have been proved right/ wrong. There’s still a long way to go, and many things can change, both for Leeds and for the other clubs.

Yes, if our current injury run continues AND our form doesn’t kick on AND we don’t react by adding new signings in January, we would likely be in the mix for relegation.

Conversely, if Bamford and Ayling return fairly soon and other key players do not succumb to injury AND our form returns to the levels seen towards the end of last season AND we add one or two players to the squad in January we could sneak into the European places.

Those two scenarios lie at either end the spectrum of possible outcomes for this season. In theory, each could happen, but currently the greater probability is that the actual outcome will be somewhere in between.


 

 

 

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19 Jan 2022 22:01:09
Spot on Georgey.

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15 Jan 2022 21:06:10
Cheers George.

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15 Jan 2022 04:12:46
George : Drameh can still fulfil my prediction that he will have .
a successful EPL career. That looks perhaps unlikely now to be with LUFC certainly if MB doesn't leave LUFC end of season.

VO spent transfer fee of £1 million plus of LUFC money on Cody so hopefully that will be recouped if Cody were to move on ; so there was no need by Bielsa for the unBielsa like digs at Drameh in his press conference yesterday because that probably could hinder recouping all or more of the £1 million transfer fee expenditure

Cody wants to play first team football, more than fair enough, most footballers naturally aspire to do so, yet I wouldn't have chosen to do so under Steve Morrison and Cardiff, but it seems evident to Cody that square pegs in round holes Bielsa would rather play midfielders Dallas and Shackleton at RB than him.

Bielsa is definitely no Oleary/ Eddie Gray in giving our young players a sustained chance to shine; unless he has no other choice of player he won't play these young players for more than half a game, or a game at a time.

and Brighty I certainly wouldn't assign all blame to Cody; notorious El Loco with his favourites has form in unfairly dealing with some other players including LUFC legends.



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11 Jan 2022 18:20:15
Bad decision : Cardiff play awful football and Drameh is needed here given that Baby Shack is always injured . and U23s are also looking like they will be R.

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09 Jan 2022 18:42:44
BBC Leeds stating no deal has yet been agreed ; hopefully no deal is agreed ; Fabrizio Romano is often wrong.

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25 Jan 2022 19:35:08
OP even you must surely now sense that this window is going to end in no significant incomings

and instead a weaker squad with the outgoings of talents in considerable potential talents Summerville and Drameh that should be used in the LUFC 1st team squad ( and that means playing time not bench warming)

Is this Aaronson even that good OP that he would ensure ' a decent finish to the season ' We need a goalscoring striker even more so.

its much ado about nothing in any case as Salzburg do not want or need to sell, I am not sure even £30 million would persuade them which Lufc wouldn't offer / afford anyway.

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25 Jan 2022 16:16:58
Richie all those other players were of course important its a team game not a one man team

and Bielsa was also a considerable upgrade on than Monk who to be fair still finished a not terrible 7th with LUFC so they were nearly a play off team in 2017

but for me of all of the players Pablo was without doubt the KEY player to actually get LUFC promotion 9 goals 12 assists 21 goals ( a CAM that to give him credit Monk brought in ( not Orta) . and a CAM with goals and assists that VO and MB have failed till now to replace) and without Pablo, Bielsa would not have got LUFC promoted in 2019-2020.

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25 Jan 2022 15:55:45
the board seems to be hiding behind AK and his recent bs rhetoric

it seems a long time since ( almost a year) since Radz and Vice President Marathe last had their interview with the media discussing their plans for LUFC

also on an other matters its all very noble of Patrick Bamford with his media campaigns of late on various social issues but perhaps it would be even more helpful if he would for now purely focus on getting fit/ avoiding further injuries to play football for which he is handsomely paid.

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25 Jan 2022 00:30:33
I wish Bogusz a speedy recovery ; he may still have a future at LUFC next season under a different manager.

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23 Jan 2022 21:34:57
Spot on 1970, we are both Leeds supporters for over 5 decades, we have seen and experienced it all ; everyone is definitely entitled to his/ her opinion be it the happy clappers " kumbaya" posters or the more realists on here

( repeated ) mistakes have been made by AR, VO and MB this season : are we expected to ignore them / accept them ( ' don't expect too much) ? and it's culminated in this mess of a season

disingenuous AK continues to annoy

MB ( not least persisting with a couple of his faves ) again cost us the match yesterday against a weak dross Newcastle side : many supporters would love to have seen Hjelde at LB, Gelhardt at CF, Dallas at CM : all is not good at LUFC this season

Boy do we miss a Pablo creative type, goals and assists.

BazVid