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Thread: Dallas Announces Retirement

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    Dallas Announces Retirement


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    Sad ending for Mr Versatile. Great guy and great contribution to Leeds United during his career.

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    Think we missed his drive and leadership more than we realised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelfastAndy View Post
    Sad ending for Mr Versatile. Great guy and great contribution to Leeds United during his career.
    Agreed - if he wants to coach then it would be great if we had a role for him. So sad how it ended for him.

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    Will be missed

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    Sad news - Great player for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelfastAndy View Post
    Hope Grealish burns in hell.

    Fantastic Leeds player forced to retire way too early.

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    Hate to see it but he will do great in the next phase of his life. He's a winner.

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    He's exactly the sort of player who wouldn't have put up with us playing like we seem to have done since the international break.

    We're definitely missing a "Dallas" type of player.

    I wish him all the very best for the future (hopefully connected in some way to football?) and sincerely thank him for all the graft and effort he put into his time at Leeds United. Top man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orgoner View Post
    He's exactly the sort of player who wouldn't have put up with us playing like we seem to have done since the international break.

    We're definitely missing a "Dallas" type of player.

    I wish him all the very best for the future (hopefully connected in some way to football?) and sincerely thank him for all the graft and effort he put into his time at Leeds United. Top man.
    What he said...and would really like him to have a continuing role at Leeds, although I could understand why that might be especially hard for him.

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