Posted by sean on May 5, 2019 at 11:32 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

I know that I have been saying all season, that Leeds won’t get promoted and will bottle it in the Play Offs.

I know I said those things. Time and time again. But come on, for crying out loud…

Yes. Leeds lost to the WORST team in the league.

What the headline on the BBC website failed to mention, was that Ipswich – a team comprised of excrement – had been shown a red card…

This meant, Ipswich had a player sent off, so were not only poo, but been reduced to 10 poops…

… compared to Leeds’ 11 pieces of shit.

What a great way to end the regular season and enter the Play Offs.

I mean, I know there is no chance we will win the Play Offs. However, at least humour me, for fecks sake! Make me think that Leeds have a chance and that I’m just being too pessimistic!

We don’t have a cat in hell’s chance of getting promoted. This plaque should be nailed into the training ground wall, reminding everyone never to be so stupid, as to consider promotion, ever again!

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