Posted by sean on December 22, 2008 at 7:37 pm in Leeds United with 1 Comment

dear santa bates,

all i want for christmas is blackpool’s manager, simon grayson in charge of leeds. here is a story i found about him.

i don’t want adie boothroyd. i don’t want gus poyet. if you get mr grayson, i will be a very, very happy little boy.

i know blackpool don’t want mr grayson to go, but i want him and will be very, very sad and almost certainly throw a major tantrum if we don’t get him.

if you buy mr grayson for leeds, he can get us into the premiership, win us the champions league and that world cup thing manchester united won yesterday.

i would also like a new stadium, cristiano ronaldo, lionel messi and fernando torres, but i know they may not all fit on your sleigh.

i will leave you some mince pies under the chimney as well as some carrots for michael ricketts the donkey

thank you very much


One Response to All I want for Christmas…

  1. Thomas Rooney

    January 1, 2009 - 4:18 pm

    Looks like you got what you were after! Grayson will do a good job for Leeds. I'm certain of that.

    Great site you have here by the way. Would you be able to drop me an email when you get the chance?



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