Posted by sean on July 6, 2008 at 5:52 pm in Leeds United with 1 Comment

I was saddened and disappointed when I heard the news that ex-Leeds United player, Harry Kewell, decided to leave Liverpool and sign for the Turkish side, Galatasaray.

Kewell was part of the Leeds United team that visted Istanbul to play Galatasaray in 2000, where two Leeds fans were murdered. The tragedy brought fans and players together; and squad members, including Kewell, met with the victims’ friends and families.

For Kewell to sign for Gala, and even appear on Sky Sports News, praising the support of the Turkish fans, is just sickening and disrespectful to the Leeds fans that lost their lives on that tragic night.

One Response to A shameful act

  1. Anonymous

    July 7, 2008 - 6:18 am

    HA HA HA! It was a good day for football, why should you care he's been injured for the last five years. Just because 2 Leeds fans are stabbed doesn't make the whole nation a bunch of knife welding murderers, same goes for London, they aren't all murders.

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