Weeds

STWall

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Theyre coming to Bermondseeey.

Que Sera, Sera.
Leeds offered very little and their hopes of staying up are out of their hands. They are behind 17th-placed Burnley on goal difference and two points off Everton, and have played a game more than both.


Leeds replacing their legendary boss Marcelo Bielsa with Jesse Marsch in February has brought no real upturn in fortunes.

Ill-discipline cost them again with James shown a fully-deserved red card for a bad foul on Kovacic - who was booed by home fans as he limped off to be replaced by Ruben Loftus-Cheek. That was their third red of the season (on top of a record 97 yellows) and their second in four days following Luke Ayling's dismissal in their defeat by Arsenal.

Leeds now need to get something from games with Brighton and Brentford - without Ayling or James - and hope Burnley or Everton slip up above them.

They may be without Jack Harrison too, whose first-half knock added to the injury woes which have plagued their season.

Leeds have conceded 37 goals in their home league games this season, their second worst ever record in a top-flight campaign.

They could perhaps deal with those struggles better if they were scoring more goals - but they only had five shots at Elland Road, none on target. 不不不不
 

70sCR

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Everton would have been fun, but as people have said, probably best we dont meet them for a while.
Having Leeds back down will be good. Our rivalry with them is a good one
Only our very late goal stopped us going to Evergrass for a midweek evening replay. Would have been an interesting night. Meanwhile
 

EVOJM1972

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Only our very late goal stopped us going to Evergrass for a midweek evening replay. Would have been an interesting night. Meanwhile
The only think falling apart there was likely to be his clothes, the porcine prick.
Why do these imbeciles post this sort of embarrassing shit online? Does no one have any shame any more?