Posted by sean on February 3, 2014 at 9:38 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

I am sure that I am not the first person (OK, I probably am) to notice that the past few days at Leeds United have been much like Easter in The Bible. On Friday, towards the end of Holy Week, Jesus was crucified, having been betrayed by those he thought he could trust. Brian McDermott was also betrayed on a Friday, the last day of the Transfer Window, by close allies and sacked as Leeds United manager. A few days later, Jesus was resurrected; and today, Brian returned to Leeds as manager.

There are even more similarities. In modern day society, Easter is remembered by the giving of chocolate eggs, and Brian McDermott’s big bald head looks very much like an egg.

Without wanting my blog to descend into blasphemy, I’ll say that the resemblances end there.

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