Posted by sean on January 16, 2005 at 9:43 am in Football, Leeds United, Life In Bath with No Comments

Yesterday I said that it would be very difficult to accurately predict the result of the Leeds – Cardiff game, mainly because Leeds would either play brilliantly or dire. Well in some ways I was correct as they did both.

Leeds started the game in a really strong position and from the radio commentary, it sounded like I was listening to Barcelona and not a Championship team. It wasn’t too long before a much deserved goal was scored to put Leeds in front.

After the goal nothing, Leeds totally switched off and got battered for the rest of the game. They were able to keep the score at 1-0 until half time, but in the second half, Cardiff were awarded a very dubious penalty and made it 1-1. Leeds were lucky not to have lost the game.

Sticking with football, Arsenal have basically thrown away any chance of winning the league and may as well of handed The Premiership Trophy to Chelsea on a silver platter. They lost to Bolton last night, leaving Chelsea with a 10 point league advantage.

“Here is the trophy you ordered Mr. Abramovich”

Last night I went out for a meal with a friend to Garfunkel’s in town. This is a great place to eat, the food they serve is delicious. I went for The All Day Breakfast, don’t laugh at my choice of meal for a Saturday night. It wasn’t your standard poor quality fried breakfast you would expect to find in a greasy café, it was really nicely done; it’s probably what The Queen has for breakfast.

Later on I watched the South Park Movie on DVD, I haven’t seen this film in years, but I remember it being so funny. It was just as amusing as I had remembered and really put shame to Team America.

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