Posted by sean on May 16, 2010 at 10:14 pm in Leeds United, Music with No Comments

This is an appeal to anybody who supports Leeds United Football Club, to fans or football and to those who just hate Manchester United.

This week, to celebrate their promotion to The Championship, Leeds United FC have re-released their club anthem ‘Leeds, Leeds, Leeds (Marching on Together)’

Following a campaign which has featured on Facebook and even Sky Sports News, Leeds fans are hoping for their song to get into the Top 40 next weekend and ideally No.1.

Being in the official chart will mean radio stations will have to play the record. Imagine the delight of Leeds supporters as their song is played to the world. Better still, envisage the look on the face of Manchester United scumbag, Gary Neville, when the anthem comes booming out of his car stereo.

Picture the reaction of Eamonn Holmes, who despite being Irish, feels a deep affinity with a club from Manchester, England.

Most importantly of all, do it for Saint Simon Grayson – the Football God. The man who got Leeds promoted. The man who beat the scum in their own back yard.

The song can be purchased for just a few English pence on iTunes, or Amazon.

If you need even more convincing, if Leeds don’t get to No.1, Lady Gaga will.

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