Staying In Touch

 

Welcome back to the blog and we have a little bit of a problem with a number of our key players out injured for a few weeks which we could do without with some big games coming up. We have some tricky games coming up against teams struggling down the bottom but if we can win at least half of our next few games and try and keep top spot we will have done well. We have also lost Stam as he has joined Birmingham as their manager so we have brought in my right hand man Brede Hangeland from our old club Derby.

 

 

Brede Hangeland

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Bristol City – Away – League – 14th V 1st

We take the lead in the 12th minute when Onomah flicks the ball over the defence on the edge of the area to Olomola who calmly slots it past the keeper. Lewis Cook gets a second yellow just before half time for elbowing a player when jumping for the ball. Bristol pull level when a ball in to the area isn’t cleared and Jelovic is free to fire home.

 

Ipswich – Home – League – 1st V 15th

Ipswich make a great start and take the lead inside 30 seconds when an early ball in to Morris in the area from Willock and he taps it in at the near post after beating his defender. Ipswich get a second when Barker heads the ball goalwards and it goes an inch over the line before Walker-Peters could clear it. They get a third when Silvestri comes to punch a free kick away but misses the ball and leaves Chambers free to head in to an empty net.

 

Wycombe – Away – League – 19th V 3rd

We get the opener and it’s Onomah with his first goal for the club after Wood squares it to him and he drills it in to the bottom corner. We get a second a few minutes later when Onomah plays a short corner to Hendrick who fires it across the keeper and in to the far corner. We score a third and Onomah is involved again with a lovely curling effort in to the top corner from the edge of the area. We make it four before half time when Ponce pounces on a pass back to the keeper and curls it in to the corner.

 

Aston Villa – Home – League – 1st V 16th

A tight opening 45 minutes with only a handful of half chances created by both teams. A much better second half from us but we couldn’t get the ball across the line to get the three points. Our best chance didn’t come until late on when Gibson had a header cleared off the line and the follow up shot from Hendrick also gets cleared off the line.

 

MK Dons – Away – League – 23rd V 1st

We take the lead just past the midway point of the first half when Tymon puts a low ball across the six yard line and Ponce is there to poke it past the keeper. We get a second on the counter with Alexander-Arnold running down the right and beating two players before whipping the ball in for Ponce to head home. The Dons pull one back late on with a long ball towards the area and Thomas-Asante makes a late run to tap it past Silvestri.

 

Brighton – Home – League – 1st V 21st

Brighton take the lead when Gibson tries to head the ball back to Silvestri from 30 yards but Clough pounces on the ball and smashes it against the post before scoring at the second attempt. They go down to ten men when Stephens gets a second yellow for a foul from behind in the middle of the field. We get the equaliser early in the second half after Alexander-Arnold squares to Belhanda making a late run in to the area to calmly tuck it under the keeper. Brighton retake the lead when a free kick smashes against the wall and falls to Norwood to roll home. We pull level again when Tymon whips the ball in and Alexander-Arnold is at the back post to head in.

 

Cup Draw

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Results

results

Fixtures

fixtures

Table

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We are still top of the league but only just! Had we actually shown up at Ipswich and put in a decent performance then maybe we could be a point or two clear. We have some massive games coming up against the two teams below us back to back as well as Hull and QPR before our cup game against Norwich which isn’t the easiest but it is a winnable game. We are missing some of our players who will be back soon and some of the players who do play are not performing to the level we expect despite telling them they need to improve in training so they may be gone in the transfer window. The table is still so tight and should we have a bad couple of games we could be out of the play offs. Ponce has come in for the past few games and has done well and getting on the score sheet.

 

 

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Going On A Run?

 

Hello and welcome back to life at Leeds as we look to kick on and start picking up points again as our last few games have been far from perfect. We are still in a strong position and there is a long way to go yet but as I have said before the team looks far better than what it did when we took over last season. Let’s get back to some good form like we know we can and forget the past few games.

 

 

Sheffield Wednesday – Away – League – 2nd V 3rd

We get the opening goal late in the first half when McCormack sets up Cook to drill the ball in to the bottom corner. Lewis Cook gives away a penalty as he pushes a player over but is let off the hook as Pudil fires it straight at Silvestri. Cook is involved again as he turns provider as he whips the ball in to the back post for Gibson to head in. We win a penalty of our own and McCormack shows how it’s done by putting it in to the top corner. Barrow gets one back for Sheffield Wednesday as they counter and he uses his pace to beat everyone and slot it past the keeper.

 

Tranmere – Home – League – 2nd V 13th

A dominant performance from start to finish and we open the scoring after some lovely build up play with one touch passing before Tymon puts a low ball across the area for Abraham to slide in and poke home. We wrap up the win late on after Cook plays Olomola through to tuck it in to the bottom corner.

 

Preston – Away – League – 20th V 1st

A tight game but a one that we deserved to win as Preston stopped us from having any serious shots that threatened the scoreline and we didn’t get the winning goal until late in the second half when Olomola gets on the end of a whipped ball in from Tymon and fires it in in a crowd of players and the keeper getting a slight touch as it goes in.

 

Reading – Home – League – 1st V 15th

We get an amazing start when we score inside the first minute after Alexander-Arnold throws the ball short to Cook who squares it to Hendrick and smashes the ball in from 30 yards. We win a penalty when Alexander-Arnold is pushed over in the area and he steps up to take it and Joel dives to his right and pushes it away. We win another penalty when Wood is fouled at a corner, Abraham puts the ball on the spot and smashes it straight down the middle and in to the arms of the keeper. We do get a deserved second goal when Alexander-Arnold crosses to Abraham at the near post and flicks the ball in beating the keeper at his near post. Reading get a foot in the game when a cross falls to Williams in the area to slide it under the keeper. We bottle the lead and Reading get the equaliser when Okotie heads in from a corner.

 

Nottingham Forest – Away – League – 15th V 1st

A tough game against Forest but it was us that got the first goal of the game when Abraham puts his free kick beautifully in to the top corner from about 20 yards out. We get a second of the game and it’s Abraham again when he gets on the end of a cross from Tymon to head it through the keepers hands.

 

Brentford – Home – League – 1st V 17th

A good first half from us with Wood having the best chance of the half when he skies the ball from 6 yards out. We get the breakthrough goal 10 minutes in to the second half when Wright knocks a corner down to O’Kane to tuck home. Brentford get the equaliser in the dying seconds of the game when Jota plays Graham one v one with the keeper and he curls it past the keeper to get a share of the points.

 

Results

results

Fixtures

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Table

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We are sitting pretty at the top of the table after a good run of games which hopefully we can continue to do as we have some ‘easy’ games coming up which usually turn in to the games you lose. Tammy has looked a lot better and has been getting involved in the goals. We also lost Belhanda to injury for around 3 months which is why McCormack is getting more game time than what he normally would. Our performance against Tranmere was probably one of the most dominant games I have ever had with 30 shots compared to their one and over 60% possession. The league is still really close but we are slowly beginning to pull away from some of the teams in the top ten.

 

Loan Watch

Just a quick update stats wise of a couple of players I am keeping my eye on to see how they are developing with regular game time.

 

Keith Stacey

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Julio Perez

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As you can see they are both progressing really well and I will be looking to use them when they come back for pre season next season and we will see how they go from there.

 

Thanks for reading.

A Team Of Bottlers?

 

Welcome back to the blog as we look to build upon the good start to the season. We have deadline day coming up and I don’t think we need to bring anyone else in unless someone becomes available that would improve the team. We have looked good so far in our opening few games. We also have a cup game coming up against Newcastle in the EFL.

Transfer

Josh Tymon – Loan

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Barnsley – Home – League – 2nd V 3rd 

We break the deadlock after a tight opening 20 minutes. Belhanda plays wood through one v one and he curls it in to the bottom corner. Wood gets our second and his second of the game after Belhanda assists once again when he plays it over the top for Wood to volley home.

 

Wolves – Away – League – 18th V 2nd

Wolves get the only goal of the game when Cavaleiro puts a low ball across the area for Celina to tap in at the far post. A poor game from us despite us dominating from start to finish. We did have half chances to get back in the game from Wood and Onomah but we couldn’t find the back of the net. A typical game where you get ‘FM’d’.

 

Burnley – Home – League – 2nd V 4th 

We take advantage of our good start when we get the opening goal thanks to Olomola slotting the ball under the keeper. Burnley equalise when a ball over the top falls to Stuani to fire past the keeper. We take the lead late on when Abraham robs the ball after their defender plays the ball across the area and he tucks it in at the near post. Burnley equalise once again and take a share of the points when Roberts whips the ball in for Rankin-costello to head home.

 

Blackburn – Away – League – 20th V 3rd

A shocking performance from us but it wasn’t until the second half when we saw the first goal of the game. Blackburn take the lead when they counter and Vaughan smashes home from the edge of the area. Blackburn double their lead late on when a header from a corner rolls over the line by an inch before it could get cleared. The day goes from bad to worse when Alexander-Arnold gets a straight red for a tackle from behind near the centre circle.

 

Newcastle – Home – EFL Cup 3rd Round

Newcastle take an early lead when Deulofeu runs down the right and beating his defender before crossing to Armstrong at the near post to tap in. Wood gets our equaliser when a free kick causes a scramble in the area and Wood reacts quickest to poke it home. Newcastle retake the lead straight from kick off when Robertson puts an early ball in to the area and Armstrong loops the ball over the keeper. They get a third when a corner gets knocked down for Dijk to fire in to the corner. Armstrong gets a fourth and his hat trick when he tucks it under the keeper after being one v one. We get humiliated when they get a fifth in injury time when they throw the ball to Bianchetti at the near post to flick in past the keeper.

 

Derby – Home – League – 3rd V 15th

We get off to a good start against our old side when Gibson heads in at the back post from a corner. We double our lead when Belhanda squares the ball to Wood to fire past the keeper from just inside the area. Derby do pull one back shortly before half time with a header from a corner taking a deflection. We get a third and wrap up the points when a cross from Ayling is headed in to his own goal by Volta.

 

Results:

results

Fixtures:

fixtures

Table:

table

 

A pretty poor run of games from us but we are still in the play offs and are not far from the top spot. A humiliating game against Newcastle in the cup put our run in that to an end which I’m not that bothered about to be honest. We did try and bring in a couple more players in on deadline day but they chose other clubs and we move on. Tymon comes in to fight for the left back spot as I’ve not been that impressed by Walker-Peters so far this season and Baines is slowly declining. We have a tough game against Sheffield Wednesday up next and after that we play our beloved Tranmere who I am sure will smash us just to prove we shouldn’t of left them as FM likes to do. We did also loan a few of the fringe players out so they could play regularly and hopefully they can come back and fight to get in to the starting eleven.

 

 

Thanks for reading.

Early Promotion Contenders?

 

Alright lads,

We kick off the season in today’s update with a very different looking side to what we saw in the final game of last season. I am quietly confident we can have a good season as the squad is stronger and good enough to compete at the top. We have brought in some more players since the last update to help boost the squad and in positions in which we lacked. Let’s hope we can get off to a good start and kick on from there.

 

Transfers

Tom Ince – Free Transfer

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Bouna Sarr – 600k

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Joshua Onomah – Loan

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Hull – Away – League – 12th V 14th

A dull opening 40 minutes until Wood breaks the deadlock when he receives the ball from Sakor in the area and drills it in to the bottom corner. We double our lead when Olomola gets a goal on his debut. A ball in to the area gets headed down by Wood for Olomola to side foot past the keeper. Hull get one back after a shot from Hernandez cannons off the post and hits the back of our keeper and rolls in.

 

Oldham – Away – EFL Cup 1st Round

We dominated the game from the start but it wasn’t until extra time that we got the breakthrough goal. McCormack plays Abraham in who flicks it to Olomla to fire past the keeper. We win a penalty late in the first half of extra time, Baines steps up and puts it into the top corner. Oldham get a goal back when Dudley runs in at the near post and taps it past the keeper. Oldham get the equaliser when a header from a corner hits the bar and Lennon is there to head in. We win the game on penalties.

 

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QPR – Home – League – 9th V 1st

A poor start from us as QPR take the lead inside the first couple of minutes. The ball is played across the area to Vokes who tucks it in to the bottom corner. A game where we couldn’t get anything going and we had a golden chance to take a share of the points in the final dew minutes but Abraham smashes it over the bar.

 

Coventry – Home – League – 14th V 20th

We get the opening goal when Belhanda picks up the ball before beating two defenders on the edge of the area and curls it past the keeper. We get a second goal a few minutes later when Baines whips a ball in and Wood gets on the end of it to head past the keeper. Wright gets our third when he heads in at the near post from a free kick.

 

Sunderland – Away – League – 7th V 4th

A slow start out of the blocks meant Sunderland could open the scoring early when Fraser beats his man down the wing and crosses to Wilson in the area to smash past the keeper. Belhanda gets our equaliser in the 20th minute when he runs in to the box and slots it in to the bottom corner. We take the lead when a shot from Belhanda takes a deflection and falls to Alexander-Arnold who fires it in to the far corner. We get a third before half time after Olomola lays the ball off to O’Kane who tucks it past the keeper. We get a fourth just before half time when Wood plays the ball out wide to Alexander-Arnold who whips the ball in low for Olomola to tap in at the near post. We get a fifth late on when a free kick is played short to Hendrick who puts it along the 6 yard line to Gibson to slide in at the back post.

 

Blackburn – Home – EFL Cup 2nd Round

We get the only goal of the game when Ponce runs down the right and whips the ball in to a late running Wood who side foots it under the keeper. A solid performance from the boys saw out the game as we progress further in the cup.

 

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Results:

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Fixtures:

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Table:

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We have started the season well and currently sit second behind an unbeaten Sheffield Wednesday. It is early in the season but we are looking good and are continuing our tradition of dominating most of our games. We have brought in a couple of wingers as back up (Ince is better than a back up player I know) as we have been training on a 4231 over pre season and it has been successful. It was disappointing to lose to QPR who are an average side but they were the better team on the day and we move on and continue to improve. We have some tough games coming up in the next update as we play most of the teams around us. It’s good to see Tranmere have started the season well and hopefully they will survive after they have beat us twice!

 

Thanks for reading.

Season 4 – We Go Again

 

Welcome back as the boys return from holiday and we look to go again and have a better season compared to last season after we managed to survive in the Championship quite comfortably in the end. In this update it will be a quick run through of the pre season results and the players we have brought as we look to hit the ground running in the opening game against Hull.

 

A quick side note on Tranmere. I kept an eye on them after we had left them to see if they could get promoted or if they would drop off and bottle the league but they did manage to win the league so that’s three promotions in as many years and we will play them next season.

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Transfers

 

Lewis Cook – Season long loan

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Bailey Wright – 800k

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Patrik Schick – 750k

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Ionut Radu – 250k

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Trent Alexander-Arnold – Season long loan

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Tosin Adarabioyo – Season long loan

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Jeff Hendrick – Free transfer

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Shota Sasaki – Season long loan

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Mason Holgate – 350k

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Ross McCormack – Free transfer

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Kyle Walker-Peters – Season long loan

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Vajebah Sakor – 600k

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Martin Olsson – Free transfer

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Leighton Baines – Free transfer

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Tammy Abraham – Free Transfer

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Olufela Olomola – 600k

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We have brought in a number of players which was needed as the team last season wasn’t as good as I would of liked along with a few players being sold and the new additions have improved every position on the pitch. We may still lack depth in a couple of positions but I am very happy with the squad we have and feel we can have a good season and be much more competitive. Bringing in players like Hendrick, Baines and Abraham who I rate on frees can only be good business.

 

 

Pre Season

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We managed to go undefeated in our pre season which is an added bonus as we looked to get the players back to match fit and ready for the long season ahead. We have played some good football in pre season and the ten nil smashing of Evian looks promising despite them having dropped down the leagues in France. We also had positive performances against better sides like Olympiakos and Anderlecht as well as dominating a mixed Arsenal side of first team players and reserves. We have renewed the loan for Ponce and he looks a much better player already than he did last season.

 

 

Season Preview

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cup game

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We are one of the strong favourites to be in the play offs as the odds keep changing as we go from anywhere between 5th and 7th in the season odds for winning the league. There are a lot of winnable games this year as there seems to be more smaller teams in the league which should help us do well should we not mess up against the smaller sides. I can guarantee now that we will get battered by Tranmere as that is always the case if you leave a club. We do have a fairly hard start with us playing Hull, Sunderland and QPR in our first 6 games. A cup game away at Oldham should see us progress but I am not taking that as a certain win.

 

 

So there we have it, a look at our new signings along with the results of pre season. We have a much stronger side than last season. We are still in talks with a couple of players to boost the depth of some positions after we missed out on a couple of our main targets which we may go in for again should they become available again. We will continue to play our 4312 formation as we have worked on it over the summer and the boys are more comfortable with it which helped with the performances in pre season. hat are your thoughts on the signings? Good? Bad?

 

 

Thanks for reading.

Relegation?

 

Welcome back to the final run of games before the seasons ends and there is a strong possibility that we could be relegated. We have looked good but we haven’t picked up the points that we have needed to be safe of relegation. We have some games coming up that we should hopefully be able to pick up points from. I have faith in the boys to keep us up and we can go again next season after a summer of making the squad our own. We did manage to bring in a player on the free transfer deadline day which I am very pleased with as he is far to good for us.

 

Younes Belhanda:

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Derby – Home – League – 21st V 12th

A bore draw against our old side. A game we dominated from start to finish but we just couldn’t get the breakthrough and come away with the 3 points. We had the best chance of the game to win it when Skuse missed an open goal mid way in the second half.

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Huddersfield – Away – League – 5th V 21st

Huddersfield take the lead in the first minute after a free kick in to the area gets knocked down and Williams volleys in in to the back of the net. We go down to 10 men when Skuse gets sent off for a two footed tackle from behind. Ayling gets a second yellow for shirt pulling meaning we ended the game with 9 men.

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Nottingham Forest – Away – League – 11th V 21st

A tight game with Forest breaking the deadlock in the second half when put a ball is put  in to the area and Assombolonga runs in at the near post and taps it in. He gets a second when they break and hes one v one with the keeper and slides it under him. We have a man sent off again when Paredes gets a second yellow for a silly tackle in their half.

forest table

 

Cardiff – Home – League – 21st V 14th

We get the opening goal when Wood squares to Antonsson in the area to tap in past the keeper. We get a second of the game late on when Ayling swings the ball in to the area and Belhanda is there to side foot it in.

cardiff table

 

Coventry – Away – League – 20th V 21st

We take the lead inside 10 minutes when Belhanda runs down the right beating two defenders before he crosses in to the area for Wood to volley in. We double our lead when Phillips plays a one two with Wood before running in to the area and slotting in to the bottom corner. Belhanda makes it three with a curling effort from the edge of the area. Wood gets his second of the game when he robs the ball from their defender in the area and fires it past the keeper at his near post. We get a fifth when Roofe gets on the end of an Ayling cross to head past the Pantilimon.

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Blackburn – Home – League – 18th V 7th

We open the scoring when a cross from Wood falls to Antonsson who is open in the area to tap in at the near post. We get a second early in the second half when a deep ball in from a Belhanda corner gets headed back across the 6 yard box for Stephens to nod in. Ayling gets our third after he stayed up for a corner and the ball gets put back in to the area and hes there to power it home.

blackburn table

 

Swansea – Away – League – 2nd V 18th

Swansea get the opening goal in a pretty even game when Tabanou beats his man and crosses to Dack who runs in front of his defender and diverts the ball in to the back of the net. We get the equaliser when we play a corner short to Brattan who is on the edge of the 6 yard box to curl it through a group of players and in to the top corner.

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Ipswich – Home – League – 19th V 12th

We get the breakthrough when Phillips fires a rocket in to the top corner from 30 yards. Anotonsson makes it two when he rounds the keeper and rolls it home. We get a third when Ponce receives the ball from Wood in the area and fires in to the bottom corner. Ipswich pull one back after a long throw beats our keeper and leaves Marrone open to tap in.

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Wigan – Away – League – 24th V 18th

Wigan take advantage of our poor performance when they get the only goal of the game when a free kick is deflected and falls to Byrne to tuck past the keeper at his near post. We had no reply to Wigan who defended brilliantly and looked better than where the league says they were.

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Hull – home – League – 18th V 4th

We concede a penalty late in the first half when Kemen pushes a player at a corner. Hernandez steps up and fires in the only goal of the game in to the bottom corner with our keeper getting a hand to it on the way in. We go down to 10 men when Phillips gets a second yellow for a late tackle in the centre circle. We had a chance to equalise late on but Wood skies the best chance of the game for us.

 

 

Results:

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Table:

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End Of Season

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We survived and quite comfortably after we picked up a little bit of form towards the end which proves that we are a good team and after a few tweaks we are scoring more freely now and look a solid team and hopefully we can build on our squad over the summer with some fringe players already leaving we should hopefully be able to challenge for a top 6 spot. I am quietly confident we will have a good season next season and as I say with the right additions we will have strong side to compete for the top 6. It took us a while to turn the season around but we did manage to win 4 of our last 10 and get draws along with them which isn’t that bad considering we was losing every week when we first took over. I can’t see us being sacked despite not finishing as high as we would of liked so we will look to build without the fear of being sacked as the Leeds manager which we all know managers at Leeds don’t last long! Part of me regrets leaving Tranmere but that is in the past and we have to keep on looking forward and improving to be where we want which is the Premier League. Thanks for reading and let’s hope we have a better season with us in charge for all of next season!

A Massive Cup Draw

 

Welcome back to the blog as we look to turn our fortunes around at Leeds as they are struggling near the bottom of the league and wins are becoming few and far between. We are slowly looking better and better and like a Championship team but we are still lacking that clinical finishing in most games for us to pick up more points.

 

 

Crystal Palace – Home – FA Cup 5th Round

We make a strong start to the game and we get the opening goal in the 15th minute. The ball deflects to Maddison in the area and he cooly puts it in to the top corner. We double our lead a few minutes later after Wilson plays a ball over the top to Wood who takes a touch and curls it with the outside of his boot past the keeper. Crystal Palace pull one back early in the second half when they counter and cross to Zaha who is open and slots it past the keeper. We bottle the lead when they equalise with a cross in to the area to tap in. We regain our lead just after the hour mark when Phillips slips Wood in to side foot it in. Antonsson wraps up the win with a brace late on with the first coming after he beats two defenders and curling it round the keeper. He gets his second seconds later with Phillips getting the assist again when he squares to Antonsson to fire it home.

 

Cup Draw

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Fulham – Away – League – 10th V 20th

Fulham get the 3 points in what was a very scrappy game with neither team creating serious chances. We concede a penalty when Paredes tackles from behind in the area and Fossati steps up and smashes it in to the bottom corner.

 

Wolves – Home – 20th V 18th

We took advantage of our good first half performance when we win a corner which gets floated in to the area and Gibson jumps highest and powers it in to the bottom corner. Wolves get the equaliser minutes later with a side footed finish from inside the 6 yard box. We go down to 10 men when Kemen gets a second yellow for a silly tackle in the middle of the pitch. Wolves get the winner with 5 minutes to go with a powerful headed finish from a cross.

 

Sunderland – Away – League – 2nd V 21st

We concede early when Sunderland when a cross in to the area beats everyone and falls to their striker to tap in. They make it 2 when a ball gets knocked down to Wilson and he fries past the keeper on the edge of the area. They make it 3 when our keeper doesn’t react quick enough and Ndong slides it under him. We pull one back when Phillips squares to O’Kane on the edge of the area and smashes it past the keeper.

 

Millwall – Home – League – 21st V 22nd

We get the opening goal after we win a penalty which Wilson steps up and converts straight down the middle. Millwall had a chance to pull level just before half time but our keeper made a great save. We get a second when Stacey squares to Machach in the area to tuck in to the bottom corner. He gets a brace when he beats his defender and curls it in to the corner.

 

Man United – Away – FA Cup 6th Round

A very even first half and we did look the better team going in at half time. We held them out from scoring until late in the second half when Januzaj crosses to Martial who is free at the near post to flick it in. They get a second when Martial controls the ball in the area and beats two defenders with skill and curls it in to the corner hitting the post as it goes in. They make it three when Smalling rises highest at the back post and heads in a free kick whipped in by Mata.

 

 

Results

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Fixtures

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Table

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Youth Intake

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Dan Ball

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We are still struggling to pick up the wins but we are playing well and deserve better than what some of the results suggest. The game against Manchester United looks very one sided but in reality we was the better team until late on when they brought on the big players and battered us. We had youth intake day which was awful to be honest with only one player that has any decent potential. If the worse does happen and we get relegated and we keep our job I will stay and aim to return at the first chance. We are running out of time to get back to winning ways and we do only have a slight cushion to the relegation zone.

 

 

Thanks for reading.