Posted by sean on July 16, 2020 at 8:42 am in Leeds United with No Comments

After yesterday’s game between Brentford and Preston, I have come to the conclusion that Leeds are going to have to take care of their own business.

Clearly Brentford have turned into Barcelona during lockdown and no team they face can be relied upon to take points from them.

Sir Alex Ferguson referred to this stage of the season as “squeaky bum time”. While I find the club he once managed abhorrent, I cannot deny that this famous phrase is a fantastically accurate description of how thousands of fans are feeling right now.

Admittedly, thanks to Leeds, my stress levels have resulted in more extreme symptoms than simply a bottom that squeaks. How about “screeching arse time”?

Following Leeds’ fantastic victory on Sunday, it felt as if we had already been promoted.

I really hope that this isn’t a factor in the players’ approach to today’s match. I have a bad feeling about it. A very bad feeling. Mind you, I’ve had this feeling before every game recently…

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