1

(8 replies, posted in Leeds Now)

It all sounds like someone who is not prepared to spend to get where they want.....again

2

(302 replies, posted in Life)

The recovery is on!

3

(6 replies, posted in Leeds Now)

I'm sure that's only because the fans probably live there. I can't imagine it's anything to do with what's happening on the pitch!

4

(26 replies, posted in Leeds Now)

Just when you think they have no more bollocks to drop!

Revieswhites wrote:

Going to the Burton - Bolton game Saturday. Two sides battling for survival, both teams need to win, should be a corker. Could be saying the same about Leeds next season. smile

We'll be down by this time next year.

6

(15 replies, posted in Match Reports)

I stopped reading due to laughter after "play a fast physical match".

7

(21 replies, posted in Match Reports)

Watched the match whilst at work, and yes we are still poor.  No confidence in the players, as well as a lack of interest.  You'd have to assume most of them know they are not going to be here next season (hopefully). Ekuban cannot get any worse, he's not a footballer.  He offers nothing, cannot score, take a player on, in fact basic ball control is beyond him.

8

(11 replies, posted in Life)

Misura wrote:

I wasn't disagreeing with you CR. I was just adding how high KG's reading was, and putting her level in context with others. She blew a high reading the morning after, which put her in the middle of 3rd out of 4 categories. As you said, she had kids in the back, kept her job & nothing more's been said about it. I saw it as more of a sackable offence than Carragher.

I agree with you.  Carragher saw the red mist, by being goaded by some scum twat, who was driving using his mobile to record said events.  The others must have realised they were over the limit, yet still got in their car, with their kids in tow. Makes you wonder why the press made such a big deal about JC?

9

(11 replies, posted in Life)

Misura wrote:
Chopper Read wrote:

Double the limit the day after. The same as Kirsty Gallacher, who also had her child in the car. No sympathy for either of them.

McPartlin had 75 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath; whilst Gallacher blew 106 microgrammes. The limit is 35.

Rooney did 104 microgrammes last year. Ray Wilkins blew 100 microgrammes and Yorath blew 120 micrograms when he crashed his car into a woman. Those were all at the time of drinking & two of the three had a drink problem.

And the point is? Would you drive your car, if you knew we're over the limit with your children in the back? I'm pretty certain you wouldn't. Ant and Ray have/had drink problems so what excuse does Gallacher have, or any of them?

10

(11 replies, posted in Life)

Double the limit the day after. The same as Kirsty Gallacher, who also had her child in the car. No sympathy for either of them.

11

(8 replies, posted in Leeds Now)

Barnsley seem to be doing better without him!

12

(36 replies, posted in Match Reports)

Keep the kids in for the rest of the season

13

(36 replies, posted in Match Reports)

Ekuban can't hold it up, inevitably losses the ball and the pressure is back on. We play a style of football that requires the front man to hold it up, and we don't have one. The pressure tells eventually.

14

(36 replies, posted in Match Reports)

And Ekuban is still fucking shite

15

(36 replies, posted in Match Reports)

It was only a matter of time

16

(33 replies, posted in Match Reports)

white dragon wrote:

Also ,somehow I’ve never been to  Deepdale .

I have a feeling it won't be a memory to cherish football wise!

17

(87 replies, posted in Leeds Now)

The problem is if they get rid of PH who are they going to replace him with?  With Orta making all the signings and saying who stays out on loan etc we are not an attractive option for someone decent.  The rumblings going on at ER also sound like there isn't going to be a big budget, and we have loads of crap players on long contracts.  Our new continental football model has set us back years IMO.

18

(25 replies, posted in Match Reports)

90Piesanhour wrote:

Got 1-0 to Sunderland written all over this.

Please let me be wrong....


You're not wrong!

19

(25 replies, posted in Match Reports)

He's obviously had enough of Ekuban missing sitters unsuprisingly.

20

(28 replies, posted in Match Reports)

Why have we not had a sub yet? Ekuban couldn't score in a brothel

21

(2 replies, posted in You Talking To Me? Film)

I watched it a fortnight ago and I agree with you.  Reminded me of Contact, which I also thought was a bit meh.

22

(28 replies, posted in Match Reports)

Fearing the worst, 4 or 5 nil

23

(44 replies, posted in Match Reports)

That Ekuban should have had a hat trick today. Not good enough.

24

(44 replies, posted in Match Reports)

space wrote:

Just got in as they scored the second.  What have I missed?  Are we good again?

No

25

(44 replies, posted in Match Reports)

Ah well.  Cheers for the links you've provided JC