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    EFL Championship 2019/2020

    Last season's was so much fun, thought I'd do another.

    Leeds must be early favourites. I dont fancy any of the 3 relegated from the Prem.

    West Brom are a bad bet imho because they are gonna lose a lot of players. Apparently most of their first team had signed an agreement worth 100 million if they bounced back up in one year. If not they are allowed to leave now, for the right fee.
    Chris Hughton is favourite to take over so back to Pulisball for the Albion.

    Dill's outside tip- Birmingham City

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    Farkinell, shall I start the Formula One 2020-2021 thread now then just to be on the safe side?

    FFS Dilly this year's hasn't finished yet!


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    Leeds must be early favourites.
    wash your mouth out with soap dill, dont encourage the curse.


    as a lifelong leeds fan, and having lived through so many thieving owners, money grabbing, unsuitable and yob managers, uncommitted players, last minute disappointments, let downs, sadness, suffering, regret and sorrow i am of the belief that leeds united have been damned with the curse of don revie and that as much as it pains me to admit it, our fate has been written in the runes and we are doomed to failure, well until 2020 at least!

    last night, even with a one goal and home ground advantage against an inferior team, i never expected them to succeed, such is the pavlovian mindset many long term leeds supporters possess these days. we have been there and seen it all before. many times. strangely enough, i did not even feel the slightest twinge of disappointment as we collapsed last night.

    this season we have had a committed bunch players and the football this season, apart from a few albeit crucial games, has been the best it has been for over a decade. these are the same players who performed so badly in the 2017 2018 season. the improvement is down to the management techniques of biesla, who is a true giant amongst some of the gobshite, arrogant and self entitled managers both in the premiership and the championship and i hope he will show commitment and stay to finish the job he was employed to do for 3 million a year, but whether the owner will pop another few million for some new blood remains to be seen.

    one of the comments on the other championship thread berated him for not being able to speak english, i wonder if as an expat he is able to speak thai.

    if not, then he should stop acting like a shaven headed no neck knuckle dragging terrace yob and shut the fxck up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    as a lifelong leeds fan, and having lived through so many thieving owners, money grabbing, unsuitable and yob managers, uncommitted players, last minute disappointments, let downs, sadness, suffering, regret and sorrow i am of the belief that leeds united have been damned with the curse of don revie and that as much as it pains me to admit it, our fate has been written in the runes and we are doomed to failure, well until 2020 at least!
    Alternatively, Leeds are a dirty bunch of cuntos, their support are inbred simians, and the only fans not pissing themselves silly at another Leeds heartbreak are the ones that have got to visit or host them next season.

    Which is probably closer to the mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    FFS Dilly this year's hasn't finished yet!
    For all but 2 teams it has.
    All the transfer speculation starts now
    And you gotta get up early to beat Sid

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    as a lifelong leeds fan, and having lived through so many thieving owners, money grabbing, unsuitable and yob managers, uncommitted players, last minute disappointments, let downs, sadness, suffering, regret and sorrow i am of the belief that leeds united have been damned with the curse of don revie and that as much as it pains me to admit it, our fate has been written in the runes and we are doomed to failure, well until 2020 at least!


    As a long term mainly glory grabbing Man U fan I almost feel your pain, luckily I wont be feeling any from those quarters next season

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    their support are inbred simians,
    most supporters are inbred simians harry.

    one only has to read the football related posts on this forum to see that.



    Leeds are a dirty bunch of cuntos,
    stats show that derby are dirtier over the season.

    https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/cham...id/2018/plus/1

    see harry, you just blather on like all the other meathead terrace dwelling pub bore blowhards.



    no class.
    no class whatsoever.
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    I'm just wondering why you posted a table that shows Dirty Leeds led the league by a country mile in fouls committed (277) to prove my point.

    You're not very bright, are you.


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    taking into account fouls, red cards, yellows and sending offs. leeds were not the worst offenders.

    derby, notts forest and wigan were worse.

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    What I want to know is what bargains can be had from the now desperate teams that have gone down, as Arsenal's transfer budget is somewhere around 50p and a couple of Cadbury's Creme Eggs.

    Mind you we're getting Calum Chambers back and Fulham fans said he put in a fine shift as a defensive midfielder. There's at least one crap one of those we can get rid of. Sessegnon will probably cost a packet, he's got a year left on his contract and the club have a two year option. I think the Moaners are after him too.

    I'd take Paterson from Cardiff, he's solid.

    And maybe Karlan Grant from Huddersfield, he's got potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    taking into account fouls, red cards, yellows and sending offs. leeds were not the worst offenders.

    derby, notts forest and wigan were worse.
    Dirty Leeds.

    Everyone knows they are Dirty Leeds.

    They've even got their own song.

    "Dirty Leeds,Scum,Dirty Leeds,Scum,Dirty Leeds,Scum..."

    Etc.

    Anyway let's all laugh at Leeds.


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    here's haaaaaarry and his mates.

    our man on the terraces.


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    Is that a Derby fan? Or a Derby fan who has eaten several other Derby fans?

    Might need extra tickets for Wembley.

    They're going to Wembley you know.


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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    wash your mouth out with soap dill, dont encourage the curse.


    as a lifelong leeds fan, and having lived through so many thieving owners, money grabbing, unsuitable and yob managers, uncommitted players, last minute disappointments, let downs, sadness, suffering, regret and sorrow i am of the belief that leeds united have been damned with the curse of don revie and that as much as it pains me to admit it, our fate has been written in the runes and we are doomed to failure, well until 2020 at least!

    last night, even with a one goal and home ground advantage against an inferior team, i never expected them to succeed, such is the pavlovian mindset many long term leeds supporters possess these days. we have been there and seen it all before. many times. strangely enough, i did not even feel the slightest twinge of disappointment as we collapsed last night.

    this season we have had a committed bunch players and the football this season, apart from a few albeit crucial games, has been the best it has been for over a decade. these are the same players who performed so badly in the 2017 2018 season. the improvement is down to the management techniques of biesla, who is a true giant amongst some of the gobshite, arrogant and self entitled managers both in the premiership and the championship and i hope he will show commitment and stay to finish the job he was employed to do for 3 million a year, but whether the owner will pop another few million for some new blood remains to be seen.

    one of the comments on the other championship thread berated him for not being able to speak english, i wonder if as an expat he is able to speak thai.

    if not, then he should stop acting like a shaven headed no neck knuckle dragging terrace yob and shut the fxck up.
    The owner will sell the club now.

    Bielsa will go to a club that doesn’t require a translato.

    The fans will round on Bamford and force him out, because his cheating skills don’t reach the Leeds standard.

    I want Villa to go up, but I’d also like to see Lampard manage a club when he’s restricted to 2 premier league loans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    The owner will sell the club now.

    Bielsa will go to a club that doesn’t require a translato.

    The fans will round on Bamford and force him out, because his cheating skills don’t reach the Leeds standard.

    I want Villa to go up, but I’d also like to see Lampard manage a club when he’s restricted to 2 premier league loans.
    Having a manager who's a flat track pony who unfairly has a better and bigger squad than other teams doesn't guarantee trophies.

    Ask Shaikh Yerbooty at Manchester Dhabi, he's been trying to buy the Champions League for years.

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