Posted by sean on July 1, 2020 at 9:54 am in Leeds United with No Comments

Leeds United are the most frustrating football team on the planet. For their poor supporters, anyway. For fans of other clubs, it must be like a hilarious sitcom. One of those sitcoms that has been around for decades – because that’s how long it feels my team have been torturing me.

If anyone wonders why I have been a pessimistic git all season, despite a prediction I made last summer that Leeds will get promoted, last night is a prime example…

Leeds – top of the league and at home, against Luton – bottom of the league. You probably think I’m being arrogant, because my club “only” managed to win 2-1, or by some other close scoreline, when I was expecting a 7-0 rout.

Had Leeds won 2-1 yesterday, I would happily have had an artificial womb transplanted into my body and carried the unborn fetus of whatever player scored the winning goal.

Leeds didn’t beat Luton. They pissing-well drew!

Is it too early to sound the siren yet?

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