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Discussion in 'Leeds United' started by ellandback, Mar 5, 2021.
In a taxi!
In a tuk tuk
Feeling positive about tomorrow's match.
Think we'll get something and hopefully that's a win.
We seem more solid at the back with Llorente looking a class act. If we can somehow get Rodrigo & Phillips on the pitch as well, then that would be the first time this season we have our best side out. Some might disagree, but Dallas at left back, with Klich, Phillips & Rodrigo in the midfield, Harrison back in on the left and the rest picks itself.
Even if those players aren't quite ready we'll still give West Ham one hell of a game
Seen travelling with the squad
They did outplay us. Caused havoc on the counter. Despite their league position they don’t play that well every game and we don’t play as badly. This league is completely unpredictable. If we can win at Leicester we can win at West Ham... just like we can get outplayed by Burnley.
.. although last time I checked they do play in London
Agree probably our best side on paper... still think Rodrigo brings out the worst in klich though.
Can’t see him starting all the returnees yet though, without more minutes under their belts but can imagine if there’s one player he might be tempted to break with protocol for on these matters it’s Phillips.
Will be missing this game as it’s my good lady wife’s birthday, she hates football.
I think Rodrigo will start.
I'd imagine Poveda will be on the bench.
Phillips won't feature without having a run out with the 23's.
Well we all have to make concessions and as it's her birthday, I suggest you don't make her watch the game. Tell her you don't mind if she texts her mates for a few hours while it's on. Special treat and all that. I'm sure she's worth it.
take her on a blind date...with earmuffs as well
Before covid lockdown, my mot would be sent to her sisters to celebrate if the match was on...
Yeah right, you sure you won’t be watching Harry Hewitt and the gold digger on itv?
Doesn't stack up does it Essex? When not in lockdown, he spends most of his time in the pub drinking Guinness but he's not allowed to watch football? Ok
afternoon lads all geared up for the match, Germanys finest ales in the fridge, take away booked, I'm right up for this one, cant wait roll on kick off
I give my wife her own space when not in lockdown I must admit
What sort of fan are you? FFS, buy her a bath bomb & run the bath at 19:55. Remember the champagne in the bucket & the box of chocs. Tell her to pamper herself and to take her time as the takeaway will be getting delivered at 21:45. She luxuriates in the bath & you luxuriate watching us win in London. Couldn't be simpler! Job done.
..... if only it was that easy
Prior to getting married , some time in the early days of our relationship , I told Mrs Aski that my schedule was based around the times Leeds played, so we could go and do anything she wanted providing if we were playing on that day I got to watch the game undisturbed. My kids were taught that this was "daddy time" (and yes I do realise the perverted among you will have totally different interpretation of that) and they still call it that despite them being 17 and 21 (and yes I also realise that more of you have raised yourselves up to the gutter now ).
In 25 years I've missed one Leeds game due to my relationship, and that was a home game against Liverpool in April 1999, result ended 0-0, when Mrs Aski had to go to Africa for 4 weeks with work, and as her flight was the day of the game, we had a bon voyage shag before I took her to the airport