Posted by sean on November 13, 2004 at 6:20 pm in Leeds United, Television with No Comments

So, as predicted the Leeds United takeover fell through and Elland Road was sold (although they can still play there indefinitely – I hope). Just another day in the farce that is Leeds United Football Club. I won’t even mention the defeat to Ipswich today, except to say Leeds were very unlucky not to draw.

Some good TV last night, I was out but luckily my Sky+ recorded it, it’s been very temperamental lately.Firstly Little Britain (originally shown Tuesday but failed to record). Another funny episode, highlights included Lou and Andy in church and up a tree as well as the Fat Fighters going out for a meal.

I look a pillock

On Channel 4 there was the new series of the Phoenix Nights spin off Max & Paddy by Peter Kay. Some spin off shows are awful, but this was funny (Peter Kay’s a genius), very much looking forward to next weeks episode.

Lastly, I finally managed to persuade Sky that my Sky+ box was well and truly f**ked. They are sending an engineer round tomorrow. I’ll give it to Sky on this occasion, a weekend call out at short notice is good service.

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