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“I’m committed 100%”

“I’m committed 100%”

Dave Waterhouse September 12, 2013 Comments Off

Brian McDermott has moved swiftly and decisively to rule himself out of the vacant managerial position for Republic of Ireland. An array of sources linking McDermott with the role following Giovanni Trapattoni’s dismissal yesterday

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Wootton swaps red of Manchester for white of Leeds

Wootton swaps red of Manchester for white of Leeds

Dave Waterhouse August 23, 2013 Comments Off

Crossing the bitter and harsh landscape of the Pennines that divides two of the most iconic yet contrasting footballing cities is a journey rarely travelled. And on the occasions that it has been made,

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Leeds without Bates is Leeds reborn

Leeds without Bates is Leeds reborn

Dave Waterhouse August 6, 2013 Comments Off

Scoring an injury time winner on the opening day in front of a near sell out crowd seems more like a work of fiction than reality. But then again, Leeds fans have been living

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New transfer window, old frustrations for super Leeds

New transfer window, old frustrations for super Leeds

Dave Waterhouse June 24, 2013 Comments Off

As is the norm at this time of the year for the majority of football clubs, there is a sense of frustration at the slow nature of the summer transfer activity. For Leeds United,

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Who’s having the last laugh at Chelsea?

Who’s having the last laugh at Chelsea?

Dave Waterhouse May 16, 2013 0

It may not rank even remotely close in comparison to Europe’s most prestigious trophy, but Chelsea’s Europa League success on Wednesday evening saw a remarkable continuation of a recent love affair of European competition

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Warnock Leaves Leeds Dangerously In The Lurch

Warnock Leaves Leeds Dangerously In The Lurch

Dave Waterhouse April 9, 2013 0

It was a disappointing result to conclude a disappointing tenure. In many regards, Leeds’ Easter Monday home defeat by Derby summed up Warnock’s reign to perfection. Ross McCormack’s curling goal gave Leeds hope, and

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Leeds Need To Move Quick To Find Warnock’s Successor

Leeds Need To Move Quick To Find Warnock’s Successor

Dave Waterhouse April 2, 2013 0

Although there are still seven games remaining in the current campaign, Leeds United would be well advised to turn their attentions towards next season, and quickly. Why? Because once again they are in danger

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Reading & Southampton’s Approach Is Toxic

Reading & Southampton’s Approach Is Toxic

Dave Waterhouse March 26, 2013 0

When Gary Smith became the latest in an increasingly long list of managerial casualties this season, barely an eye lid was battered. For premature and harsh dismissals have developed into the norm this campaign.

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Cardiff City, Watford, Hull City, Then Crystal Palace: Our Top 4 Finish Predictions

Cardiff City, Watford, Hull City, Then Crystal Palace: Our Top 4 Finish Predictions

Dave Waterhouse March 6, 2013 0

With ten rounds of fixtures remaining in the Championship, here we look at the candidates hoping to grace the Premier League next season.. Cardiff have traditionally become renowned as the nearly men of the

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Bradford v Swansea: the unlikeliest of cup finals in a generation

Bradford v Swansea: the unlikeliest of cup finals in a generation

Dave Waterhouse February 23, 2013 0

With starting odds of 1,000-1 as a minimum, Bradford’s achievement of reaching the Capital One Cup Final really can be considered a once in a millennium opportunity. In an era in which the selected

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