Posted by sean on May 23, 2015 at 5:48 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

Last night, an email landed in my inbox. It was from Leeds United. They were advertising a warehouse clear out. It is the end of the football season and next year will be changing their kit manufacturer. Therefore, all their current stock has to go. Granted a lot of it was heavily discounted, but I couldn’t help but feel that they are charging the supporters for disposing of their own rubbish. You wouldn’t charge the bin men a fiver to take away your banana skins and old soggy tea bags, so why should Leeds United charge us fans for getting rid of their old football shirts, training kits and socks?

Despite this rant, I shamefully bought a number of items of a fiver. They’ll probably look OK as I relax by the swimming pool, while on the cruise ship later this year.

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