Posted by sean on May 9, 2005 at 9:28 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

I went up again to Leeds for the weekend, was a busy two days and am quite tired now.

Leeds played Rotherham on the last game of the 2004/5 Season. The game was slow and Leeds frustrated all their fans by hitting the post more times then I can remember.

Seeing as there was nothing to play for and the opposition was certainly nothing to write home about the atmosphere and attendance was superb. Chants in honour of Leeds United and legend Lucus Radebe rung throughout Elland Road

“Radebe, Radebe, Radebe, Radebe, Radebe, Radebe, Radebe, Radebeeeeeee … LU-CUS!!!!”

Great weekend, will miss Leeds over the next few months until August when they return. Next season super striker Rob Hulse will be in the squad. He has been on loan for the last three months but was bought by Leeds today. It certainly makes a change from selling players!

I’m sure there’s a lot more I can cover today but I am knackered this evening.

I’ll have a think tomorrow and aim to blog then. In the meantime have a look at these pictures taken from the journey up to Leeds and from the game itself. Sorry about the poor quality on some (taken with my mobile phone) and the lack of thumbnails on pages, again too tired to be sorting that!

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