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Posted by sean on June 3, 2019 at 7:17 pm in Leeds United with No Comments


Last football season was almost the death of me. Never has the phrase ‘It’s the hope that kills you’ been more apt.

Leeds flirted with the promotion dream – a dream that eventually died… something I predicted and will never let people forget.

With the season over and no football for another two months, I welcomed the stress-free break.

Then this story appears on my Twitter timeline…

Like promotion, there is no chance of a success-hungry billionaire buying my club. I support Leeds United. Good things don’t happen to Leeds United.

But if they did, I would like to think the club directors would install a new swimming pool for themselves…

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