Where's the Love for the Elland Road Boys?

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^Not good enough.
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Did you all hear or read Bielsa's post game analysis?
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Ayo wey be their main fan on the forum isn't showing enough love so what do you expect the rest of us to do na? :mad:

Leeds deserve love o. Bielsa coaching nor be mai mai 8-)
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Leeds looking good ,Dangote should instead buy this club
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Shefield United get beat again by Leeds,3 games now zero points and Leeds 3 games 6 points drop points only to Liverpool
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kajifu wrote:Leeds looking good ,Dangote should instead buy this club
Arsenal is better! :sneaky:

Honestly, Leeds players are making some elite decisions on the green grass.
Turning Bamford into Banfordinho is no easy feat. The balls into the box are top notch. Then there is Costa.
Rodrigo is still struggling though,

Anyway, the NFF chairman should do all he can to entice Bielsa to Abuja. Then maybe 9ja will finally beat Argentina....
In the end, however, the wisdom of preparing for the worst has its limits when — all things considered — it keeps us from doing what’s best.
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Kabalega wrote:
kajifu wrote:Leeds looking good ,Dangote should instead buy this club
Arsenal is better! :sneaky:

Honestly, Leeds players are making some elite decisions on the green grass.
Turning Bamford into Banfordinho is no easy feat. The balls into the box are top notch. Then there is Costa.
Rodrigo is still struggling though,

Anyway, the NFF chairman should do all he can to entice Bielsa to Abuja. Then maybe 9ja will finally beat Argentina....
Arsenal owner will not sell that is the problem
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kajifu wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
kajifu wrote:Leeds looking good ,Dangote should instead buy this club
Arsenal is better! :sneaky:

Honestly, Leeds players are making some elite decisions on the green grass.
Turning Bamford into Banfordinho is no easy feat. The balls into the box are top notch. Then there is Costa.
Rodrigo is still struggling though,

Anyway, the NFF chairman should do all he can to entice Bielsa to Abuja. Then maybe 9ja will finally beat Argentina....
Arsenal owner will not sell that is the problem
Is it? Dangote has not offered the right price.
BTW, the Leeds United owner said he wants partnerships not outright sales.
In the end, however, the wisdom of preparing for the worst has its limits when — all things considered — it keeps us from doing what’s best.
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Leeds United is having more possession than a Pep Guardiola team.
That's very unusual, only a few teams manage that
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...imagine a promoted team going toe to toe with a billionaire club. I love football :clap:
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Leeds impressed me today! They could have beaten city today
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LEEDS UNITED


They're exciting and showing that they belong. Wonder how they'd do once they settle in and, maybe, add a few more impact players.
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This is going to be a hard team to beat. I would like to watch Mourinho vs this team. Going to need people who aren't afraid of getting dirty by working hard but also have the quality to combat pressing. No Dier and Dele for me in Spurs team when we meet Leeds.
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Tremendous work ethic from the Nordsmen, haven’t seen graft like that since Napoleon’s Boxer in Animal Farm. Riveting. But, as the past two seasons will testify, energy sapping, needless to say, there isn’t enough fossil fuel in the tank to keep the pedal to the metal for the full course. Leeds will tire. Hopefully they’ll add some quantity of comparable quality to the squad. Spectacle.
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I missed most of the game still upset.
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Profligacy. Rodrigo, Spanish international and all, not nearly good enough last night.
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They were better before this thread. Bring back the Guardfather.
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Phillips done for 6 weeks. Big blow. Akin to Manu Dibango inflating a rubber dinghy.
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Bamford came correct tonight.
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Bamfordinho's last 2 goals were something else. :shock: :shock: :thumbs:

Why can't Ihenacho score like that?

Leeds could have scored 3 more goals!
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