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The Breakfast Debate

Discussion in 'Leeds United' started by ellandback, Apr 17, 2014.

  1. FORZA LEEDS

    FORZA LEEDS Well-Known Member

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    When he first arrived he was played up front, in the middle, and looked decent, QPR away springs to mind. Then McDonut in his wisdom decided to shift him out to the wing <doh>
     
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  2. leeds60

    leeds60 Well-Known Member

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    Ristac I thing you have made a very valid point about the new set up I for one will give it a go lets face it the only player BM has brought in worth his salt is Smith and I recommended him !
    Best player for me by a country mile John Charles a point made by Aide he could be world class as a forward or a defender the only players that gave him trouble was Wilbur Cush and Wilf MANNION both very small players.I loved Wilbur what a player!
    Mike O,grady to supply goals and crosses
     
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  3. 666 & Elmo

    666 & Elmo New Member

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    Kevin Hird and Aidan Butterworth.

    Heroes.

    Not sure if either are alive or dead.
     
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  4. leeds60

    leeds60 Well-Known Member

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    I,M sure they are both well
     
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  5. leeds60

    leeds60 Well-Known Member

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    I think Kevin became a milk man with a name like HIRD he would be wouldn't he
     
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  6. Whitejock

    Whitejock Well-Known Member

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    Didn't see the man play, but I go with the people's choice too - John Charles. I thought about Bremner & Giles & took on board the red card comment, however, my vote was always going to be for Paul Madeley. He played when we were at the top, and could turn out in any position within the team with no loss of performance in any position he filled. We'll never see the like of any of the two of them again. Fantastic players and versatile with it.
     
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  7. Jugster

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    I wasn't sure when they were on the pitch either. I presume you're being sarcastic as Butterworth was the worst forward ever to play for Leeds. For me, Bremner, just a complete midfield terror and Tony Yeboah up front, or maybe Rio at the back (in his youth mind you, not now).
     
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  8. 666 & Elmo

    666 & Elmo New Member

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    No no no no no! Butterworth defintiely has competition for that title. <laugh>
     
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  9. Mr Wolves-White

    Mr Wolves-White Well-Known Member

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    Rio was brilliant back in the day. Still can't believe we spent £18.6 millon on him though
     
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  10. Irishshako

    Irishshako Well-Known Member

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    My first game at ER was a 2.0 win v the scum...K.Hird scored a peno, he was hero for life, regardless if was crap or not......:wink:
     
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  11. esteponawhite

    esteponawhite Well-Known Member

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    One of the ugliest footballers ever,who cares,he scored vs the scum,
    Hope yer mot gets better soon. <ok>
     
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  12. Irishshako

    Irishshako Well-Known Member

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    She's sound Este thanks, plaster off, light cast on, 5 weeks till fully fit for ale collecting from offy...:wink:

    I don't go to games to watch pretty footballers.........<laugh>
     
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  13. esteponawhite

    esteponawhite Well-Known Member

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    Good to hear mate,I don't go to games with pretty fans <run>
    <laugh>
     
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  14. JonnyLosAngeles

    JonnyLosAngeles Well-Known Member

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    and they accuse us of butchering the language!! <grr>
     
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  15. esteponawhite

    esteponawhite Well-Known Member

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    No the septics didn't butcher it ,they totally ****ed it up,
    Yet they still speak 'english'
     
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  16. Irishshako

    Irishshako Well-Known Member

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    :emoticon-0135-makeu....
     
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  17. Whitejock

    Whitejock Well-Known Member

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    Actually, it would appear that our colonial cousins speak a version of english that was once spoken here. This version was 'taken over there' prior to the Signwriters Guild in the UK being refused permission to increase their prices. did they go on strike? No, they rather cleverly agreed new spellings of words to generate more income - from color to colour, for instance. Did they get found out? Nope - most people were illiterate or at best semi-illiterate, and those that were well educated probably had servants to go to shops etc.

    That's today's little history lesson over, chaps. You can relax now - no test on it! :emoticon-0102-bigsm
     
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  18. Eireleeds1

    Eireleeds1 Well-Known Member

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    Interesting lesson re the sign writing, thats my trade Jock
     
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  19. Irishshako

    Irishshako Well-Known Member

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    Afternoon WJ, thanks for the info, Jonny will be pleased...:grin:
     
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  20. Whitejock

    Whitejock Well-Known Member

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    Could always be an urban myth, right enough, but I learned this decades ago, before the term 'urban myth' was thought of.
     
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