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Thread: Come on Leeds! Get behind the Lads

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    Come on Leeds! Get behind the Lads

    Last edited by Pacaman; 11-05-2024 at 12:15 PM.

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    Exactly

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    Looking like a Leeds v Saints final now,should be a cracker. Hope Leeds win as I don't want to be playing you next season, prefer you in the rigged and fiddling money twohats Premier league ..fingers crossed you get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo View Post
    Looking like a Leeds v Saints final now,should be a cracker. Hope Leeds win as I don't want to be playing you next season, prefer you in the rigged and fiddling money twohats Premier league ..fingers crossed you get there.
    Not so sure about the Leeds v Soton line-up. We need to turn up on Thursday, and we might, but we also need to offer a HELL of a lot more by way of attacking threat and applied skill than we have shown in the last 4 - 5 games, including today.

    As for the other semi, whilst Soton have home advantage, Baggies were the better side today, and unlucky not to have come away with a win. They might feel that their time is right on Friday.

    BTW, I for one would still like Kompany, Trafford and Taylor if your lot want to reduce the wage bill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTF11 View Post
    Not so sure about the Leeds v Soton line-up. We need to turn up on Thursday, and we might, but we also need to offer a HELL of a lot more by way of attacking threat and applied skill than we have shown in the last 4 - 5 games, including today.

    As for the other semi, whilst Soton have home advantage, Baggies were the better side today, and unlucky not to have come away with a win. They might feel that their time is right on Friday.

    BTW, I for one would still like Kompany, Trafford and Taylor if your lot want to reduce the wage bill?
    I bet Kompany could still do a job on the pitch…

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo View Post
    Looking like a Leeds v Saints final now,should be a cracker. Hope Leeds win as I don't want to be playing you next season, prefer you in the rigged and fiddling money twohats Premier league ..fingers crossed you get there.
    Quote Originally Posted by Orgoner View Post
    I bet Kompany could still do a job on the pitch…
    At least as well as some of those we field in the 1st team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo View Post
    Looking like a Leeds v Saints final now,should be a cracker. Hope Leeds win as I don't want to be playing you next season, prefer you in the rigged and fiddling money twohats Premier league ..fingers crossed you get there.
    Quote Originally Posted by Pacaman View Post
    I suspect that if we had seen anything like that very impressive segway of play, striking, defending, just outright foitball that was enjoyable to watch, exhorting fans to get behind the lads" would be far less important, they would all be there already.

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    I would rather be in our position than theirs.

    However, I said the same thing going into the second leg against Derby!

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    Exactly - in our hands now - can the players handle the expectation and can Farke get the selection right.

    Would swap out Rutter for Piroe (he held the line v Norwich to create space when he came on) or Jospeh, Bryan for Roberts and Anthony or James for Summerville.

    Team talk should be simple - you are good enough now go out and prove it and leave nothing left in the tank.

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    Thought Anthony did well when he came on. Would be a great sub at 60 minutes. Fresh legs and something to prove.

    Maybe the same thought process for James. They struggled with Gnonto but he does tend to get rather hot headed and he does tire out a bit.

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