Posted by sean on March 7, 2020 at 8:17 am in Coronavirus, Have I Got News For You, Leeds United with No Comments

This coronavirus epidemic has well and truly started.

Leeds United have now put measures in place, ahead of this afternoons match against Huddersfield…

Following the advice from various governing bodies such as the EFL and NHS, Leeds United will be taking some precautionary measures at tomorrow’s game against Huddersfield Town as the numbers of reported cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in the UK.

– Information will be posted on the big screen, concourses and bathrooms to promote good hygiene

– We actively encourage supporters to reconsider physical contact such as high fives, hugs etc

– Pre-match handshakes between both teams and officials will not take place

– The team bus will pull up at a new location on the West Stand allowing the players to enter the dressing room area directly

– After the game we will ask the players to return to their vehicles and leave the group as quickly as possible

We appreciate that these actions will disappoint some supporters due to the reduced access to the players and staff, however we feel a duty of care to our community to prevent the spread of the virus and ensure everyone feels safe.

Good luck with that one, Leeds – you’ll need it…

If Leeds score against Huddersfield, try telling the supporters not to hug each other. By the way, has anyone ever seen one fan high five another?


The easiest thing for Leeds United to do is not score a single goal and lose 5-0. I’m certain they are capable of achieving that!

Should coronavirus still be prevalent towards the end of the football season and (by a miracle) Leeds end up getting promoted, a few fans hugging will be the least of the club’s worries…

There will be grown men snogging in the stands and penetrating on the pitch.

Too far? Sorry. I’ll warn you, this post is about to get even worse…

As for Huddersfield Town. There is an old joke (although there’s no smoke without fire) that their supporters are rather partial to certain activities with dogs. One would therefore assume that the self-named ‘Terriers’ are more concerned by other diseases than coronavirus.


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