Posted by sean on August 7, 2004 at 2:00 pm in Geek Stuff, Leeds United with No Comments

Leeds won! Leeds won! Leeds won! Leeds won! Leeds won! Leeds won!
Leeds won! Leeds won! Leeds won! Leeds won! Leeds won! Leeds won!

The MIGHTY Leeds United Football Club beat Derby County today 1-0. Fraser Richardson scoring a blinder of a goal and the first of the new football season!

Due to the early kick off, Leeds became top of the league for a few hours. They are now 5th (on Goal Difference).

I’m VERY PLEASED with the result. Bring on Gillingham on Tuesday!

On not such a good note, by Sky+ f**ked up yesterday and didn’t record Bo Selecta. It then refused to record anything else, so I had to manually set the time on the DVD Recorder to record the Leeds game! Pft!

Anyway, I think its sorted now (fingers crossed). I did another full system reset, but not before transferring all my TV Shows I wanted to keep onto DVD which pissed me off a little. Still after the result today, nothing really got me mad.

It’s a beautiful day!

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