In light of the current debacle at Leeds United, Matthew Coyle discusses football club ownership.
Posts Tagged ‘Leeds United’
Will Rose looks at a player he belives is the complete right back.
Vincent Ralph on why loan signings aren’t always a good thing.
Ashley Wilkinson offers his thoughts on the increasing influence of players.
Michael Creane looks at the decision to relieve Simon Grayson of his duties at Leeds United.
Following the tragic death of Gary Speed at the weekend, Willie Gannon looks at a player who was loved and respected by the entire football community.
Often an opinion divider, always a goal scorer, Robbie Keane is one of Ireland’s best strikers of all time, and Willie Gannon provides us with a concise overview of the Tallaght native’s career thus far.
In number three of ‘Cult Heroes’, Robbie Deighan celebrates the best (and worst) times of one of the most gifted footballers to ever grace the Premier League – Eric Cantona.
With 9 games played apiece and with nearly 300 goals scored in just over 7 weeks of action, it seems a fitting time to have a look back at the opening few weeks of the Championship… and where else to start than the West Londoners running away with the league already? Whilst you might be […]
It’s been a lean few years for Yorkshire football in terms of Premiership participation, and David Hall looks at the county’s fall from grace. I start off with a question. When was the last time two or more Yorkshire teams competed in the Premier League? 2000/2001. Leeds United (4th) and Bradford City (20th). Leeds got […]