Posted by sean on January 2, 2006 at 11:02 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

Leeds United 3-0 Plymouth Argyle

Super Leeds United put out an magnificent performance in the second half against Plymouth Argyle to win the first game of 2006 comfortably 3-0, Leeds’ biggest win of the season and the best I have honestly seen them play in years!

I was in the local pub watching the game, a location which doesn’t have good memories for me watching Leeds. Games I have watched there include a 4-0 hammering by Leicester City. Because of this I take a lot of stick from friends and some Scum supporting bar staff. Today’s performance really silenced the critics and showed everyone what a great team Leeds are.

Richard Cresswell and Robbie Blake got the goals for Leeds with Rob Hulse scoring a fabulous penalty which Thierry Henry would be proud of. Leeds are now chasing 2nd place Sheffield United, only 8 points behind them now, they’re 12 points clear in the play offs. Things are looking up.

Here is a mix for the game, one of my best if I do say so myself. The score line did help! :o)

Finally Sven, if Michael Owen’s broken foot doesn’t get better and you’re short on strikers for the World Cup there’s always Robbie Blake at Leeds!

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