Posted by sean on October 29, 2007 at 11:43 pm in Leeds United with 2 Comments

Having stumbled across this online petition, it would seem that every club in League One is crapping themselves at the sight of the famous Leeds United in the Play Off places, who have already overturned a 15 point deficit and remained unbeaten.

Apart from these terrified League One fans, jealous League Two supporters and nervous Championship followers (anticipating Leeds’ return next season), it seems nobody else has signed this petition, apart from, very comically, Leeds fans themselves. Maybe they’re hoping Gordon Brown will enforce a 30-point penalty; at least Dennis Wise and the gang will face some kind of a challenge to win the league!

2 Responses to Poor, Jealous Fools

  1. Josh Morgan

    October 30, 2007 - 5:47 pm

    Just for a laugh I signed that petition, have a look at it, I should be near the bottom.

    (Josh Morgan by the way)

  2. Daninthemix

    November 1, 2007 - 8:37 am

    WTD: More game blogs. I may even start one of my own…

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