ROSARIO in Argentina has given the world a number of noteworthy people; rebel leader Che Guevara, avant garde jazz musician Gato Barbieri, World Cup-winning coach Cesar Luis Menotti, the one and only Lionel Messi and a certain Marcelo Alberto Bielsa … Continue reading Marcelo Bielsa: The strange fascination
LEEDS United were soundly beaten by Liverpool at Elland Road in their fourth Premier League game of the season. After four games, they have yet to click into gear and Premier watchers are wondering if Marcelo Bielsa’s team are suffering … Continue reading Leeds United and second season syndrome – too early to judge
LEEDS UNITED conceded another six goals against Manchester United, taking their season total to 30, the highest in the Premier League. Life is never dull in Leeds games, in fact, their game at Old Trafford was real end-to-end stuff, but … Continue reading The Leeds United way – delight or disaster?
THE immediate future of Leeds United is uncertain, largely because we don’t yet know if, and when, the 2019-20 football season will be played to conclusion. When the world stopped turning, Leeds were seven points clear of third-placed Fulham in … Continue reading It’s not just Leeds’ fans that need Premier League football
THE mounted Police were out in force. “I think they use horses to calm the fans down,” said one Fulham fan walking through Bishops Park as a large, Shire-esque creature plodded through the waterlogged pathway. “This is how they control … Continue reading So Leeds were in town
THE new season is underway and there are some very positive vibes coming out of Yorkshire as one-time “super” Leeds make a splendid start under their new manager, Marcelo Bielsa. After beating Derby County (and Frank Lampard) away by 4-1, … Continue reading Football Media Watch: Leeds marching on together with Bielsa