#&%@!!! That was a shitty way to start the day, and Leeds are in danger of ending up in the playoff shootout now. It would be nice if the frickin' Blades would remember how to 1) ship goals, and 2) lose.
Millwall and Leeds fans hugging in the Football Factory in NY, while a solitary United fan disgustedly tells the Wednesday throng he's rooting for them. The Championship is the best.Yes! Millwall miss penalty with 2 minutes left, but manage to equalize in extra time. 2 points dropped by the Pigs.
Everybody loves Millwall.
Yeah, there are clearly financial issues, plus now with games being missed, I have to think that if they are able to play in League One at all next year they'll be starting with a points deduction.So embarrassing. It was always going to be a struggle post Premier League, but hopefully the club survives.
Congratulations. I'm just pleased the Canaries aren’t adding 2nd division champions to their honours board. Promotion will suffice. Well deserved from what I saw this year- a very consistent team, which is super hard in this league. Good luck next year and take 6 points from the Pigs.
That match was insanity.Those who can't watch that video (restricted from the USA) can watch:
It's normal highlights up until 5'08", at which point it becomes stark raving lunacy. You just wish VAR could review the Bamford flop that led to the El Ghazi red card and get that card retracted.
Marcelo Bielsa definitely making good on the thread title here.
Leeds was in the Prem in 2003/04 season. Leeds was in the Champions League semis in 2001.I started following the PL about 8 years ago, and AV and West Brom have both been in the PL at some point since then. Leeds and Derby haven't been - looking it up it's 2001 and 2008 respectively.
Dean Smith is quite a good coach. If he gets to splash a little cash on guys he wants, they could be okay. From January on they were the best or second best team in the division.Considering they finished in 5th, is there a reason to believe Villa will not be a one and done next season?