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Discussion in 'Leeds United' started by ellandback, Sep 14, 2020.
You were the tosser around your way who supported Leeds,we still aren't your rivals, that's Grimsby
Well that’s two minutes of my life I’ll never get back then
Were you his girlfriend Peter
All legal now, but not sure if it was your days.
You are really showing your delusion. Hull City fans are all over the world, too. You seem to live in a blinkered bubble. I bet you think you win the league every year because you don't look around. It's an incredibly childlike behaviour. Children think the world revolves around them until they mature.
Yep. You’ve cheated on both, lied to both and enjoyed every second of it
Leeds support was never a big club support. Only 14 clubs have averaged 40,000 or over and Leeds aren't one of them. Wolves have, Charlton Athletic have but Leeds never have. Considering it is the largest one club city that is not that great. In the glory days of the 1960s the YEP often carried articles bemoaning how small their crowds were in comparison to the other top clubs at the time.
That's nothing to worry about. When you know how to enjoy yourself it might matter. Otherwise, it's just another two minutes of bitterness.
Have you comeback now, or have we stopped you going out.
Have you ever considered there's a reality you should be living in?
Will be shortly. My lad never was the most punctual.
No relatives you can ask which part of Leeds you are from as you have forgotten?
Like going on to another team’s forum to bore them into submission?
Yes your m8 said you had some good times together in the 60s well it wasn't at Hull they were awful, was it at Leeds or was it more a personal thing
My mum told me never tell strange men where I live, and as a fan of many clubs you are a strange man.
Think I hit a nerve there
Have always though that myself and not sure why.
At times in the 80's attendances were as dire as the football and even when we won the League in 92 you could still get tickets relatively easily. Happy to report though all that has now changed and even though we've been out of the big time for 16 years we could easily fill a 50,000 seater stadium. Whether we get one is another matter, but if we do then Leeds as a club will probably grow more in the next 10 years than it has in it's entire 100 year existence.
Wasn't a family club in the 80s,half the away fans went for the trouble. And not many people of colour ever went due to a large National Front following.
It's great that we see so many kids with their families at the games these days, also loads of girls/women in their Leeds tops jumping up an down and as passionate as any fan. Still think the asian/black communities are under represented, although progress has been made and hopefully that continues. Just my opinion based on what I see, not any statistical analysis or anything.
Yes lots of Women and girls going now days, and more and more Black/ Asians, used to be a guy called Ray I think, one of very few Blacks that used To go in the 80s, he used to be hitch hiking up the m62 every week, think he was from London, seen him on the TV a year or so back on a program called the undatables I think it was called, never had money, ticket etc but obsessed with Leeds, would hitch everywhere and scrounge money get in, gave him a lift a couple of times in the day. And a young black girl used to go on train from Manchester, was the sister of the young Left back we had at the time, Terry Phelan
If Ray was a big fecker, he'd be the one from Brum, hitched everywhere, home and away. Hardly ever paid to get in either