Posted by sean on May 25, 2008 at 4:10 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

What a waste of space the Leeds United players have shown themselves to be. Yet again they have proven they are more cowardly boys then men; freezing in front of a major crowd and bowing to their opposition. Never mind – any half decent players can leave in the summer for the higher divisions. Only the fans are left behind.

Everyone has been saying what a wonderful season Leeds United have had; and it’s true – they have played well and won a lot of games. In fact, if it weren’t for the 15 point deduction, they would be second in the league and promoted without the need for a trip to Wembley. You have to remember though, that on paper they have the best squad in the league and by far the biggest fan base and income. This is why today’s defeat is unacceptable.

If Leeds are to ever win promotion, it will have to be automatically (by finishing as champions or runners up). They have proven twice that they are incapable of playing in a cup final.

It is a sad day for the fans, but just another day for the players who will still receive their paycheque in the morning. For shame.

Congratulations to Doncaster Rovers. You deserved it. You showed heart, passion and a desire to win. Good luck next season!

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