Good Morning. It's Tuesday 15th October, and here are the Leeds Utd headlines...
Phil Hay reacts to Radrazzini's interview
Phil Hay has reacted to Radrizzani's interview with Martin Ziegler of The Times. Whilst thousands of Leeds fans have taken to social media expecting an imminent take over, the ex Chief football writer for the Yorkshire Evening Post has reacted more cautiously when asked about a possible QSI investment/takeover!
Phil Hay wrote:I have. Not sure what to make of it. Strange to name QSI like that if nothing’s going to come of it but some of the quotes are a bit non-committal.
Leeds have improved in every discipline but one compared to last season
Not only have Leeds been able to sustain their superiority they showed in the Championship last season, but they have actually improved in every discipline apart from finding the back of the net!
Whilst this is excellent news, especially having lost Jansson and Roofe in the Summer, what is the answer to their goal drought?
How much do Leeds miss Roofe? If Roofe and Bamford could player together in the same team, why can't Bamford and Nketiah?
Is racism in football widespread, even in England?
I'm sure we also saw the disgusting scenes in Bulgaria last night, and the laughable way our governing body tried to deal with it. Whilst I'm sure we all agree that what we saw last night was unacceptable, how can it be dealt with? Has there always been racism in football?
Does it still go on at Elland Road? Have you heard it?