Posted by sean on January 26, 2005 at 10:05 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

Leeds’ impressive away form came to an end this evening in a very dismal performance against out of form Derby. If Leeds produce many more results like this, new chairman Ken Bates may well be calling for manager Kevin Blackwell’s head.

“Grrrr! Homer mad! Grrrr!” etc etc…

One of the most frustrating things is that had they won today and against Brighton on Saturday, Leeds would be in 6th – a play off position. Still that’s Leeds United for you, the most unpredictable and inconsistent team in England.

So it’s back to the drawing board in preparation for Saturday’s game, hopefully Leeds can prove today’s game was just a blip and continue the good run they had prior to today.

The only thing that made me smile in the football world this evening was the Carling Cup Semi Final Second Leg. Chelsea beat Manchester United 2-1 and will go to the final. I don’t like Chelsea very much, but I despise Man Utd with a passion. Anyone who beats them gets my backing!

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