Posted by sean on July 14, 2005 at 9:30 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

Leeds typical bad luck doesn’t seem to have left, for the pre-season at least, star striker Rob Hulse was injured yesterday in a friendly in Norway. Thankfully the injury does not seem to be too bad and he should only be out for two weeks. Still, this is two weeks he could be getting fit for the start of the season. Shame.

Sicknote for Hulse!

The club have also been it with another striker blow. They apparently agreed to sing Robbie Blake from Birmingham at the start of the week. Great news I thought, Robbie Blake is a superb striker for The Championship and will be a great asset in a promotion campaign.

All footballers are greedy money pigs!

This deal looks in doubt now though as he is stalling over something…. not too sure what but it sounds a bit like he is holding out for more money. Typical greedy footballer then. Like the rest of them, overpaid and puts his bank balance before his club and performance. It’s sad football has come to this.

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