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    Quote Originally Posted by Aku Papua View Post
    one of the best memory ever... And cheerin leeds in semis CL was a great memory too... Alan smith, kewell, dacourt, batty, ian harte, matteo, woodgate, nigel martyn, lee bowyer... Damn those were the good days...

    I have a good feeling we r going up this season... Bielsa is doing wonder
    I am clearly alot older than you mate and the best squad Leeds ever had was in the 70's with Johnny Giles, Billy Bremner, Alan Clarke, Eddie Gray, Joe Jordan, Terry Yorath, Norman Hunter, Terry Cooper, Jack Charlton, Dave Harvey and The Boss Don Revie. I played subbuteo for many years with my cousin on our green pitch on my aunties carpet in the living room The All Whites v The Reds. Great memories
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    I played subbuteo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richie72 View Post
    I am clearly alot older than you mate and the best squad Leeds ever had was in the 70's with Johnny Giles, Billy Bremner, Alan Clarke, Eddie Gray, Joe Jordan, Terry Yorath, Norman Hunter, Terry Cooper, Jack Charlton, Dave Harvey and The Boss Don Revie. I played subbuteo for many years with my cousin on our green pitch on my aunties carpet in the living room The All Whites v The Reds. Great memories
    dang... Wasnt even born yet..

    Subbuteo, classic!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aku Papua View Post
    one of the best memory ever... And cheerin leeds in semis CL was a great memory too... Alan smith, kewell, dacourt, batty, ian harte, matteo, woodgate, nigel martyn, lee bowyer... Damn those were the good days...

    I have a good feeling we r going up this season... Bielsa is doing wonder
    Don't forget Viduka. The Aussie played some blinding stuff during his time with Leeds.

    Bielsa is a genius. You better pray that the board don't somehow offend him, or he will resign before you can say 'David O'Leary.'

    O'Leary's Leeds was a fantastic team. Such a shame that two of the best players in the team, Bowyer and Woodgate, were racist skums.

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    I though we were talking about Top Eleven

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richie72 View Post
    I am clearly alot older than you mate and the best squad Leeds ever had was in the 70's with Johnny Giles, Billy Bremner, Alan Clarke, Eddie Gray, Joe Jordan, Terry Yorath, Norman Hunter, Terry Cooper, Jack Charlton, Dave Harvey and The Boss Don Revie. I played subbuteo for many years with my cousin on our green pitch on my aunties carpet in the living room The All Whites v The Reds. Great memories
    We all love Dirty Leeds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richie72 View Post
    ah no mate i totally misread the meaning after seeing your reply. apologies. my cousin is a big fan of LUFC which made them my 2nd fav team and that dates back to 1975 and i even remember the squad in those days. they were untouchable
    1979 was my first Leeds game my dads from Beeston
    Im flying over 4 to 5 times a season from Norway these days
    ll be at Elland road Wednesday for Ipswich game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunzo View Post
    1979 was my first Leeds game my dads from Beeston
    Im flying over 4 to 5 times a season from Norway these days
    ll be at Elland road tomorrow for the Ipswich game.
    Leeds United its on the second division of England, right?

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    You know very well what division they are in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunzo View Post
    season 1989/90.... promoted
    season 1991/92 ... Won the 1st Division .....

    Hilarious...eh?
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