Posted by sean on August 11, 2004 at 9:27 pm in Football with No Comments

I have now got over my annoyance and disappointment of Leeds losing yesterday. They’re a brand new team and need time to gel. At least they kept on fighting after the second goal for Gillingham went in, which is more than be said for the squad last season!

Last year, the Leeds United players seemed to play all their games as if they were playing ‘Golden Goal’, if they scored 1st, they would think “Job done lads, lets kick the ball around for the remainder of the 90 minutes” in which time the other team would score. If the other team scored first they would react and think “Bollocks! Another 3 points dropped” even though there 88 minutes left on the clock!

I watched Man Utd (scum) play this evening in The Champions League. Unfortunately, they won 2-1 – there’s always the 2nd leg for them to mess up though. One good thing that can be taken from the game, Alan “Scum” Smith didn’t score and he got booked. Nothing new there then.

Nothing much else to mention here tonight. Sorry its been all Football-Football-Football lately, but the new season has just started and it’s a common topic of conversation for the moment!

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