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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Spiller: Jack Clarke
« på: I dag kl. 21:57:13 »
Legger inn denne her fra vår (tidligere) mann:

Phil Hay
Jack Clarke to Spurs about to happen. He’s in London for a medical. #lufc

up front fee is in the region of £10m. Deal includes sell-on clause and Leeds will have first option to loan him back if Spurs decide to send him out at any stage. #lufc


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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Spiller: Jack Clarke
« på: I dag kl. 21:32:41 »
Lufcdata

Jack Clarke's career at Leeds:

25 matches
290 passes
107 final third passes
75.9% pass accuracy
56 duels won
33 ball recoveries
28 crosses
27/48 take-ons
18 shots
17 chances created
10 blocks
9 tackles won
6 shots on-target
4 crosses
2 goals
2 assists

#LUFC
Noe ufullstendig. Ikke alle kampene fra start. Kunne godt tenkt meg en stat som viste antall spilte minutter. Gjerne også med scoringer pr. minutt etc.

Har sett det tidligere, er litt i overkant av 800 minutter. Ca 9 fulle kamper.

1/3 av pasningene er i «final third». Det betyr enten at han er impact-spiller den sistehalvtimen....eller at han er god!  ;)

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Pat Novak

Andrea Radrizzani (owner of Eleven Sports and Leeds United) is apparently linked in potentially purchasing Widzew Lodz (currently in II Liga).

If that sale does happen, you could expect a Widzew to be back in the elite in no time.


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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Spiller: Jack Clarke
« på: I dag kl. 20:03:38 »
Lufcdata

Jack Clarke's career at Leeds:

25 matches
290 passes
107 final third passes
75.9% pass accuracy
56 duels won
33 ball recoveries
28 crosses
27/48 take-ons
18 shots
17 chances created
10 blocks
9 tackles won
6 shots on-target
4 crosses
2 goals
2 assists

#LUFC

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https://leeds.vitalfootball.co.uk/bielsa-reunion-could-be-the-move-to-finally-push-key-midfielder-out-the-door-opinion/

Phillips ut, og en inn. sett at Villa byr 14 mp for Phillips.

Bare å innse det. Vi greier ikke beholde talentene, og de gode spillerne

Phillips blir ikke solgt med mindre det er sanksjonert av Bielsa og en erstatter er klar. Tror ingenting på at han forsvinner for 14 mill nå heller. Legg på 10 mill til. Han har vel kontrakt ut 2021 eller 2023?

Nja ikke sikker på det. Hvor ofte har vi ikke hørt den om at nei den spilleren er ikke til salgs. Og så selges han alikevel. Raddikken har ikke økonomi til å drifte klubben, derfor er 14 mp veldig fristende
Dette er udokumenter vås fra din side nok en gang. Radrizzani har vist at han bygger klubb sten på sten. Se på akademi, infrastruktur og sportslig støtteapparat nå kontra for to år siden. Klubben er i trygge hender og driftes pr idag godt.

Radrizziani har selv sagt at det er lite penger i å kjøpe spillere, men du har helt rett i at infrastrukturen har vært gjennom en rivende utvikling.

Det som bekymrer er at bl.a. lønningene til Kiko blir finansiert av salget av Clarke. Dvs at feilene til Orta og co faktisk går ut over akademiet.

Men med Clarke (10 mill ++), Ekuban (2 mill) og Wilks (1,5 mill) ut døren så er det faktisk råd til å låne dyrt og kjøpe europeiske talenter billig.





Hvor har du dette fra?? Link?


Rent gjettverk, men fakta er at lønningene i Leeds har steget dramatisk siden Radz kom inn. Disse må finansieres av noe. De første to årene gikk Wood og Vieira ut. Disse pengene gikk, for det meste, til oppgradering av ER og TA.

Nå må også lønninger gå over salgsbudsjettet. Dermed kan man regne alle spillere med høye lønninger får dette dekket av spillersalg. I FFP legges både kjøp, salg samt lønninger til grunn for rapporteringen.
Har folk fått solstikk idag? Hvor ble så pengene for Bamford, Douglas, Roberts, Forshaw, Alioski, Saiz, osv tatt fra?


Hallooo! Klubbeiere kan bare investere en viss sum pr år. Regner med at dette må sees i sammenheng med innkjøp av spillere.

De daglige utgiftene må jo gå fra noe. LUFC går med underskudd. Det kan være at lønningene overgår inntektene, DERFOR MÅ VI SELGE!

1 utgift = eksempelvis lønninger

 ;)

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Tidlig ute? Vi skal spille tre kamper til først.

Tenkte dette er litt stort både på den ene og andre siden av jorda! Greit å samle stoff i riktig tråd!  ;D

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https://leeds.vitalfootball.co.uk/bielsa-reunion-could-be-the-move-to-finally-push-key-midfielder-out-the-door-opinion/

Phillips ut, og en inn. sett at Villa byr 14 mp for Phillips.

Bare å innse det. Vi greier ikke beholde talentene, og de gode spillerne

Phillips blir ikke solgt med mindre det er sanksjonert av Bielsa og en erstatter er klar. Tror ingenting på at han forsvinner for 14 mill nå heller. Legg på 10 mill til. Han har vel kontrakt ut 2021 eller 2023?

Nja ikke sikker på det. Hvor ofte har vi ikke hørt den om at nei den spilleren er ikke til salgs. Og så selges han alikevel. Raddikken har ikke økonomi til å drifte klubben, derfor er 14 mp veldig fristende
Dette er udokumenter vås fra din side nok en gang. Radrizzani har vist at han bygger klubb sten på sten. Se på akademi, infrastruktur og sportslig støtteapparat nå kontra for to år siden. Klubben er i trygge hender og driftes pr idag godt.

Radrizziani har selv sagt at det er lite penger i å kjøpe spillere, men du har helt rett i at infrastrukturen har vært gjennom en rivende utvikling.

Det som bekymrer er at bl.a. lønningene til Kiko blir finansiert av salget av Clarke. Dvs at feilene til Orta og co faktisk går ut over akademiet.

Men med Clarke (10 mill ++), Ekuban (2 mill) og Wilks (1,5 mill) ut døren så er det faktisk råd til å låne dyrt og kjøpe europeiske talenter billig.



Hvor har du dette fra?? Link?


Rent gjettverk, men fakta er at lønningene i Leeds har steget dramatisk siden Radz kom inn. Disse må finansieres av noe. De første to årene gikk Wood og Vieira ut. Disse pengene gikk, for det meste, til oppgradering av ER og TA.

Nå må også lønninger gå over salgsbudsjettet. Dermed kan man regne alle spillere med høye lønninger får dette dekket av spillersalg. I FFP legges både kjøp, salg samt lønninger til grunn for rapporteringen.

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Leeds United fans to take over Bankwest Stadium next month for Wanderers v Leeds



Julian Keith

Thousands of Leeds United fans will travel to Western Sydney next month to watch their team play in the historic first football game at Bankwest Stadium on Saturday 20 July.

Around 7000 fans of the iconic English club are expected at the game against the Western Sydney Wanderers with around 1000 Leeds faithful making the trip from England.

Tickets are moving fast for the historic game so get in quick at Ticketek here

Leeds United captain Liam Cooper says the team can’t wait to get to Australia and see all the fans.

“On behalf of myself and all the players and staff at Leeds United, we want to let you all know how excited we are to be heading to Sydney to meet you all,” said Cooper.

“We appreciate the support you give us all the way from down under and we hope to see you all when we land in July. Take care, we’ll see you soon.”

Leeds’ visit to Australia coincides with the club’s 100th anniversary with celebrations set to begin while they’re Down Under. Sydney-siders will be some of the first to get their hands on the new Leeds anniversary merchandise.

Yesterday the first group of Leeds fans stepped in to Bankwest Stadium to visit the seats they will call home in the southern end of the Stadium on 20 July.

Leeds are well-known for their passionate and vocal support and they’ve promised to bring the noise next month.

Leeds United NSW supporters group chairman Brendan O’Neill believes the fans will make Bankwest Stadium a cauldron of sound.

“The volume Leeds fans bring to any game is off the Richter scale,” said O’Neill.

“Whatever happens, we will always sing loud and proud for our team.

“It’s a great chance for the Wanderers fans to come out and experience the loudest fans in the world.”

Leeds have a strong connection with Australia, and Sydney will be haven for their fans with a number of events planned.

On Friday 19 July, Leeds faithful will swarm to Cheers bar for the official fan party that will feature a host of prizes to be won and a Q&A with Leeds United special guests. Fans can register their interest here.

A pre-match gathering for Leeds fans will also be held at the Commercial Hotel in Parramatta on the day of the game.

Leeds will also begin their 100th anniversary celebrations while on tour.

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https://leeds.vitalfootball.co.uk/bielsa-reunion-could-be-the-move-to-finally-push-key-midfielder-out-the-door-opinion/

Phillips ut, og en inn. sett at Villa byr 14 mp for Phillips.

Bare å innse det. Vi greier ikke beholde talentene, og de gode spillerne

Phillips blir ikke solgt med mindre det er sanksjonert av Bielsa og en erstatter er klar. Tror ingenting på at han forsvinner for 14 mill nå heller. Legg på 10 mill til. Han har vel kontrakt ut 2021 eller 2023?

Nja ikke sikker på det. Hvor ofte har vi ikke hørt den om at nei den spilleren er ikke til salgs. Og så selges han alikevel. Raddikken har ikke økonomi til å drifte klubben, derfor er 14 mp veldig fristende
Dette er udokumenter vås fra din side nok en gang. Radrizzani har vist at han bygger klubb sten på sten. Se på akademi, infrastruktur og sportslig støtteapparat nå kontra for to år siden. Klubben er i trygge hender og driftes pr idag godt.

Radrizziani har selv sagt at det er lite penger i å kjøpe spillere, men du har helt rett i at infrastrukturen har vært gjennom en rivende utvikling.

Det som bekymrer er at bl.a. lønningene til Kiko blir finansiert av salget av Clarke. Dvs at feilene til Orta og co faktisk går ut over akademiet.

Men med Clarke (10 mill ++), Ekuban (2 mill) og Wilks (1,5 mill) ut døren så er det faktisk råd til å låne dyrt og kjøpe europeiske talenter billig.


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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Tema: Sponsorer
« på: Juni 25, 2019, 18:37:30 »
32Red sign two year extension

32Red sign two year extension
Leeds United are delighted to announce a new two year extension to our existing sponsorship deal with 32Red, which will see the brand sit proudly on the front of our playing shirts for a fourth and fifth consecutive season, including our centenary year.

32Red have recently been acquired by the Kindred Group who own several leading betting and gaming brands including Unibet, who will now feature on our training kit.

Unibet will also be used as our official match kit sponsor for our pre-season tour of Australia where the brand already has a strong established market presence.

This new agreement will also provide Kindred Group with exclusive betting and gaming rights at Leeds United.

Leeds United

Leeds United Executive Director Paul Bell said: “We are pleased to continue our journey with 32Red and this latest extension represents one of the largest commercial agreements in our history, which is testament to the outstanding value that we continue to deliver for our sponsors.

“As part of the new agreement we are also excited to announce that Unibet branding will be displayed on our training wear as well as on the pre-season playing kit that the team will be wearing in Australia for our two exciting friendly matches.

“We have exciting plans for the rest of our centenary season and we are thrilled that 32Red will be involved in what we hope will be a historic kit.”

Neil Banbury, General Manager - UK at Kindred Group, said: “We are delighted to extend our partnership with Leeds United and extremely proud to see the 32Red brand adorn the teams colours into the club’s centenary season.

“At Kindred Group we are committed to reinventing the sports sponsorship model, so it benefits the entire community and we look forward to working with Leeds through both our 32Red and Unibet brands to support the Leeds community and continue to build on our successful history together.”

32Red or Unibet branding will not feature on junior replica kits or junior training wear, with Utilita continuing to feature on the front of all kids replica shirts.


 :)

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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Leeds bilder
« på: Juni 25, 2019, 18:25:08 »
Aner ikke hvor vi putter disse hen, men jeg liker dette engasjementet:


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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Legende: John Lukic
« på: Juni 25, 2019, 18:22:18 »
Pokker, det er utrolig lenge siden 90-tallet!




John Lukic......

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Her er riktig tråd, RoarG!  ;)


Pre season starter i dag. Etter 2 treningskamper mot lokal motstand, drar Leeds til Australia for å møte bl.a. Scum. I følget lagets manager er hele troppen fit for fight, og blir dermed å finne i Australia.

https://footballleagueworld.co.uk/solskjaer-issues-message-as-man-utd-v-leeds-clash-beckons/
Her blir det fort mange tråder om samme tema. Preseason i og utenfor Australia.

Forslag til løsning promo?  ???

Den tråden som jeg hentet opp i går og som ligger på forsiden er Preseason 2018-19. Der la jeg inn en evaluering fra i fjor sommer - altså 2018.

Det er bare å styre unna den tråden når vi snakker om 2019!  :)
Joda, greit nok det. Men kamper mot 10/7/19 York City (A)
11/7/19 Guiseley AFC (A) etc? Skal de inn i Australiatråden?

Hva med å kalle denne tråden pre season 2019-20 og opprette egne kamptråder for Australiakampenene?


Ahaaaaa. Der var jeg treg gitt. Vi bare stryker headingen. Naturlig med kamptråden etterhvert.  :)


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Her er riktig tråd, RoarG!  ;)


Pre season starter i dag. Etter 2 treningskamper mot lokal motstand, drar Leeds til Australia for å møte bl.a. Scum. I følget lagets manager er hele troppen fit for fight, og blir dermed å finne i Australia.

https://footballleagueworld.co.uk/solskjaer-issues-message-as-man-utd-v-leeds-clash-beckons/
Her blir det fort mange tråder om samme tema. Preseason i og utenfor Australia.

Forslag til løsning promo?  ???

Den tråden som jeg hentet opp i går og som ligger på forsiden er Preseason 2018-19. Der la jeg inn en evaluering fra i fjor sommer - altså 2018.

Det er bare å styre unna den tråden når vi snakker om 2019!  :)

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Her er riktig tråd, RoarG!  ;)


Pre season starter i dag. Etter 2 treningskamper mot lokal motstand, drar Leeds til Australia for å møte bl.a. Scum. I følget lagets manager er hele troppen fit for fight, og blir dermed å finne i Australia.

https://footballleagueworld.co.uk/solskjaer-issues-message-as-man-utd-v-leeds-clash-beckons/


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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Den store \
« på: Juni 23, 2019, 14:53:33 »
Jeg synes det er negativt at Dylan omtales i denne tråden.....
Litt rart egentlig, attpåtil av en av landets største Dylan fans.  ;)


 ;D

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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Preseason 2018-19
« på: Juni 23, 2019, 12:16:10 »
Og sånn var det i fjor sommer, sommeren 2018:



The inside story of Marcelo Bielsa's pre-season season training regime at Leeds United last summer - Leeds Live

Prior to his arrival at Leeds United, Marcelo Bielsa’s pre-season training regimes were the stuff of legend.

“The first two days were tests and after that it was hardcore,” Aston Villa's former Lille winger Anwar El Ghazi said during Bielsa’s previous managerial stint in France. “We trained at 10am and second training was 6.30pm”.

Bielsa had ordered the construction of 20-stripped down bungalows at Lille’s Domaine de Luchin training complex, with El Ghazi giving further insight into what the Leeds squad could expect.

"We eat here, we sleep here and we do everything here,” he continued.

"They're small bungalows, just a bedroom, air conditioning and electricity, that's all. If you want to take a shower you go to the changing room and we have a room with PlayStation and table tennis.

The Leeds squad are due back at Thorp Arch on Monday morning(Image: Joe Mewis)
"The coach said we had to be a family together and when you're eating together, sleeping next door to each other, you become a family. We are like brothers now."

YouTube videos of a typical Bielsa training session in France did the rounds last summer following Bielsa's arrvial at Leeds, showing players undergoing a series of intense drills before dropping to floor in a state of near-exhaustion.

And that was just the physical side.

Bielsa training Marseille


Manchester City's Benjamin Mendy played under Bielsa at Marseille and he had previously discuss the classroom demand Bielsa would set his squad.

"He made me devour videos like never before," the left-back told Onze Mondial.

"To begin with he put me in front of the videos and I'd fall asleep. But he was happy! I was shocked.

"After a while I stopped sleeping and told myself 'go on, I'll watch two minutes of this thing after all.'

Bielsa arrived with a reputation for tough pre-season sessions
"After that he talked to me, I talked to him and we'd go over moves together. He told me, 'see, that's why I let you sleep. You slept, you slept, you slept but the day you decided to watch you got interested on your own. If I'd pushed you to watch you wouldn't have been interested'... Marcelo is just too good.”

A clue about Bielsa’s forthcoming arrival last summer was included when the club announced their pre-season plans at the end of May, confirming that they forgoing a pre-season tour in favour of ’three weeks of intense training’.

While Thorp Arch was not yet ready to house the first-team squad overnight for the pre-season schedule, it was clear Bielsa was steadfastly standing by his methods.

Double and triple sessions - some lasting up to two-and-a-half hours - followed in the days and weeks after Bielsa’s arrival in the country, with players spending ten hours-plus at the training ground, staying at nearby hotels to minimise travel time.

Every players was weighed when they arrived in the morning, with a DEXA scanner outlining lean mass, fat mass and bone mass, with those not meeting Bielsa’s exacting standards not joining the core first-team squad for training until they were considered to be fit.

Sessions involved high-intensity sprints to prepare the team for the pressing game which has been a key feature of Bielsa’s teams over the years, with repetition being key.

"I think there’s no secret. He’ll tell you his methods himself, he’s quite happy, he’ll go lecture on them,” Leeds' head of medicene and performance Rob Price said last season.

"Reptition is the key to everything he does. He feels if you’v put the hurt of practice in and you’ve done the movements in training it becomes second nature in the game. Rafa [Bentiez] was exactly the same. Rafa did repetition of shape, movements, organisation."

Patrick Bamford was the club's big summer transfer and the much-travelled forward admitted that Bielsa's methods were new to him.

Patrick Bamford was Leeds' biggest summer signing(Image: Leeds United)
"I’ve never had this style of training before," he told the BBC. "There’s passing drills that I’ve never done before. I remember when i first came in I thought I was doing the passing drill right and he pulled me to the side and said no, you’ve got to slow down, pause, explosive, slow down, pause, explosive. So it took me a few weeks before I got inured to learn this.

"As I thought about it, sometimes I thought, ’these drills must have a point’ and then something in the game today, I realised it was a carbon copy of one of the drills we do. With a one-two receive pass and then run in behind. And I thought, he’s obviously a very clever man, because they came naturally to me today and by drilling it in to us every week, it will hopefully start to come naturally and we’ll start playing the way he wants."

Speaking two weeks into the pre-season last summer, Angus Kinnear offered some insight into what was going on at the training ground.

"I think all of the physical training appears to be in context, so everything, rather than just running for the sake of running, everything's with the ball, everything's in-game scenarios,” he said.

"There's huge attention to detail of the finer points. I think the players have received a lot more individual coaching than they have previously, which we're excited about because anybody who followed Leeds last season will see the players didn't play to 100 per cent of their potential.”

This individual coaching extended to 15-minute sessions where Bielsa and his staff would be show players clips from training sessions to drill home the work done out on the grass. As they season went on, opposition clips would also be sent via WhatsApp ahead of matches.

Kalvin Phillips also offered some insight into Bielsa's man mangement during those long summer days at Thorp Arch.

"To be fair you don't really see him much," the midfielder said following the first pre-season friendly at Forest Green.

Kalvin Phillips during the opening day win over Stoke City(Image: Nigel French/PA Wire)
"The only time you really see him is obviously on the training ground. Obviously the reputation that he has and what we've heard he has, that's the type of guy he is. He's very supportive and hard working and that's what he expects from you all the time. He expects one hundred per cent from us all.

"He's never negative. Obviously he tells you when you're doing something wrong but he's never negative, he always supports you, pushes you to do what's best for you and what he thinks you should be doing and I think that's great in a manager. Hopefully throughout the season he keeps on doing that.

"We've got a lot of Spanish lads so they translate pretty well but the stuff that we've been working on throughout the game I felt like it had paid off quite a bit and you could see glimpses of what we've been working on. With more work and more concentration we'll be able to showcase it throughout the games."

Given his World Cup exploits with Sweden, Pontus Jansson was a late-comer and he was quickly impressed with how much had changed over the summer.

Jansson arrived late after Sweden's run to the World Cup quarter-finals
"Everything was new, a lot of staff, new people around here and everyone was so more professional in a good way, of course" said the centre-back.

"Now everything has been good since day one, since I came back. I worked hard, exactly as the guys have done in the weeks before I came back and, yeah, you can see on the pitch the results, how we run, how we play and that the training we have done has made results for us."

"[It was] long days," he continued. "A lot of meetings. Long training, hard training. A lot of high-intensity in training, a lot of sprints.

"He wants us to train exactly how we want to play. I'm actually quite used to that from my time in Italy from the coach I had there. Him and Marcelo are quite similar so I'm used to it.

"But it's long days and you have to concentrate on every moment of the day."

And it was shortly before the start of the new season when Bielsa’s side were put through their paces in an entirely different manner.

Marcelo Bielsa puts in the hours in the classroom(Image: Beren Cross)
After a few weeks of exhausting physical exercises out on the grass, gruelling gym sessions and marathon tape-watching programmes, Bielsa’s next move was aimed solely at shaping his players’ mentality purely his own humble image.

Bielsa made it clear in his introductory press conference just how he sees his relationship with the fans.

"I'm really hopeful that the fans identify with and have that desire to support the home town in the same way which they support Bilbao," he said, drawing back on his La Liga experience.

"Working in football gives you a chance to see just how a city and group of fans can identify with each other. The fans - and I'm sure it's the case here - become part of the club. That’s what I’ve been told here and I'm excited to see if it does."

And that is why he instructed his players to spend a July afternoon picking up litter from the Thorp Arch training ground. After some rough calcualtions pointed out to the fact that the average fan would need to work three hours in their job to afford a match ticket, that’s how long Bielsa’s entire squad were put out to work for.

Jamie Shackleton, was began last summer as a recent academy graduate with aspirations of being part of the club’s pre-season friendlies, explained:

Jamie Shackleton first full senior pre-season was an eye-opener
“In the second week of pre-season, we spoke about the fans and how they’re the most important people to this club, how passionate they are and what it means to them to go and watch us play football,” said the teenager.

“Their lives involve a lot of hard work throughout the week to be able to afford a ticket for the weekend, so we had our own insight into a bit of hard graft away from football by going round the whole training ground clearing all the litter from the pitches, bushes, everything really.

“At that stage I hadn’t played in the first-team yet, so it was still my dream to play for the club and I’m a Leeds fan, so I knew exactly what it meant to come and watch anyway. The lads are all really grounded anyway, but a task like that definitely just reinforced what the club means to everybody.

"I think that was to get an understanding and the meaning behind it. I don’t think it was just picking up litter - he maybe wanted to bring us down back to earth. It was good and the whole place got a little tidy up as well.”

Kemar Roofe, a far more established professional admitted he had to get his head around the idea at first.

The Leeds squad will be well aware of what faces the this summer
"It’s a natural reaction to think ‘what’s going on here we’re here to play football, not to pick litter up,’ but everything he does, there’s a hidden message behind it and I think that’s what you have to look at more then what we’re actually doing,” he said later in the season.

The move had all the hallmarks of Bielsa. Showing empathy with the common man, building team spirit and showing the kind of discipline that he has utilised throughout his career. It is this kind of behaviour that saw him earn the nickname ‘El Loco’ and when the first reports of this session hit the media on the eve of the new season, it quickly slotted in at the top of the 24-hour news cycle.

With a freshly-enriched soul, the Leeds squad would continue with their gruelling training schedule ahead around their domestic slate of pre-season friendlies.

While these would bring about a mixed set of results, it was this summer of hard yards and complete focus that would culminate in their statement-making opening weekend victory over pre-season title favourites Stoke City when the campaign got under way on August 5.

As Leeds United's squad prepare to return to training on Monday morning, it's been no surprise to see plenty of players posting clips of them in the gym on social media over the last few days, as they know exactly what is coming.

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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Den store \
« på: Juni 23, 2019, 12:11:37 »
Jeg synes det er negativt at Dylan omtales i denne tråden.....

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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« på: Juni 23, 2019, 00:06:47 »
Pålitelige The Sun Sports

Leeds demanding £30m for Kalvin Phillips - much to Aston Villa's frustration | @reluctantnicko

 ;)

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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Sommervinduet 2019
« på: Juni 22, 2019, 20:07:36 »
For hvert år i Championship krymper vi som klubb. Er vel bare oss supportere igjen som ikke har innsett hvor små vi er.
Slutt å spamme trådene med irrelevant nedsnakking av klubben! Dette er et forum for folk som støtter Leeds United!


Egentlig greit at ALLE får sagt sitt, synes jeg. Vi er langt fra den største klubben i Football League!

Fryktelig leit at vi fortsatt lider under Ridsdales stormannsgalskap og Bates’ grådighet!
Dette har absolutt ingenting med Bates eller Ridsdale å gjøre. Og definitivt ingenting med sommervinduet 2019-20 å gjøre. Det er rett og slett ikke greit med denne type kommentarer som verken er opplysende, relevant for tråden eller egnet til saklig debatt. Vi skal ha takhøyde men vi må sette bunnlinja et sted.

Om du vil moderere etter dette i kamptrådene så lykke til!  ;)

For meg er takhøyde viktig. Håper ikke vi moderatorer jager vekk verken opplyste eller frustrerte Leeds-fans basert på egenvurdering av kvaliteten på innleggene her!

Jarle forsvant vel herfra etter mye hets, om ikke han har gjenoppstått under et annet pseudonym. Er det i den retningen vi vil?  :o





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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Sommervinduet 2019
« på: Juni 22, 2019, 20:03:39 »
For hvert år i Championship krymper vi som klubb. Er vel bare oss supportere igjen som ikke har innsett hvor små vi er.
Slutt å spamme trådene med irrelevant nedsnakking av klubben! Dette er et forum for folk som støtter Leeds United!


Egentlig greit at ALLE får sagt sitt, synes jeg. Vi er langt fra den største klubben i Football League!

Fryktelig leit at vi fortsatt lider under Ridsdales stormannsgalskap og Bates’ grådighet!
Hvilken klubb er større? Og hva bygger du i så fall påstanden på?

Enkelt spørsmål:

Sunderland er et langt større lag enn oss og det er basert på publikumstall!

Økonomisk sett er Fulham, Cardiff og Huddersfield langt større enn oss, i tillegg noen klubber som fortsatt har en gedigen fallskjerm.

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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Sommervinduet 2019
« på: Juni 22, 2019, 16:08:34 »
For hvert år i Championship krymper vi som klubb. Er vel bare oss supportere igjen som ikke har innsett hvor små vi er.
Slutt å spamme trådene med irrelevant nedsnakking av klubben! Dette er et forum for folk som støtter Leeds United!


Egentlig greit at ALLE får sagt sitt, synes jeg. Vi er langt fra den største klubben i Football League!

Fryktelig leit at vi fortsatt lider under Ridsdales stormannsgalskap og Bates’ grådighet!


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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« på: Juni 22, 2019, 15:05:24 »
Leeds United HQ

Tottenham are set to seal a £15m deal for Leeds winger Jack Clarke. The agreement will see him rejoin Leeds on loan for the 2019/20 season. [@DExpress_Sport] #LUFC #THFC


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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Tema: Leeds Uniteds Managere
« på: Juni 22, 2019, 14:51:33 »
Where are the Leeds United managers sacked by Massimo Cellino now as Neil Redfearn lands new job - Leeds Live

For only the second time in five years Leeds United have just completed a whole season without changing their head coach.

Marcelo Bielsa's appointment last June was a significant upgrade in terms of the quality on the bench, as he became the third man to take charge of the club in a year, with Andrea Radrizzani hiring and firing Thomas Christiansen and Paul Heckingbottom during his first year at the club.

The Argentine will return for a second season, which will make him the first boss since Simon Grayson to start two consecutive opening matches for the club - which marks a significant departure from the days of Radrizzani's predecessor.

In 24 wild months the trigger happy Massimo Cellino sacked a total of six managers, as he lived up to his Italian nickname 'Il mangia-allenatori', or 'the manager eater' in English.

"Coaches are like watermelons, you only know [how good it is] when you open it," he said when hiring his first manager, Dave 'The Hock' Hockaday.

But where are all the managers who were handed their P45 by Cellino now?

Brian McDermott - sacked 30 May 2014

McDermott managed to get sacked twice
The former Reading boss managed to be sacked twice by Cellino, including a transfer deadline day dismissal in January 2014, which was before the Italian even owned the club. That bizarre turn of events set an apt precedent, with McDermott getting his marching order for real at the end of that season, when United finished in 15th place.

Later that year he returned to Arsenal, his former side as a player, working as a scout for just over a year, when he rejoined Reading as manager. He was sacked after six months and since then has been linked with a series of jobs but has not yet returned to management.

Dave Hockaday - sacked 28 August 2014

The Hock
And who did Cellino get in to replace McDermott? The bloke who had been sacked by then-non league side Forest Green Rovers the year before, of course.

Dave Hockaday's appointment remains one of the strangest things to ever happen to Leeds United in their storied history. Yes, it really happened. And wasn't part of some lucid nightmare we all collectively suffered.

The Hock would only last 70 days, sacked shortly after muttering something about being in the Champions League in a few years.

David Hockaday reveals his eye-catching transfer targets that Massimo Cellino ignored at Leeds United

He then rocked up at Swindon Supermarine, before taking a job with the Coventry City youth set-up, where he lasted less than six months. In October 2015 he was given the Kidderminster Harriers job, but was gone by January 2016.

Last spotted working as the Head of Male Football at South Gloucestershire and Stroud College.

Darko Milanic - sacked 25 October 2014

Remember him? Course you don't
Holds the record for the short tenure under Cellino in English football, which is quite the achievement.

The Slovenian lasted just over a month at Elland Road (32 days in all), managing just six games, drawing three and losing three.

He had 23 months left to run on his two-year deal at the time of his sacking and so took his time enjoying gardening leave before getting back into management. In March 2016 he returned to his former side Maribor, winning the title that season and reaching the group stages of last season's Champions League, which included a 7-0 loss at home to Liverpool.

Maribor have won this season's Slovenian PrvaLiga.

Neil Redfearn - left 20 May 2015

Redfearn had two caretaker stints before landing the top job
Academy boss Redfearn was a popular appointment at Elland Road when he was given the nod until the end of the 2014-15 season following two caretaker stints.

Leeds finished 15th again and Redfearn soon fell out with Cellino, but only after an extraordinary hour-long press conference from the Italian which proceeded a period in which no-one was really sure who was in charge of the team at Elland Road.

Redfearn left the club that summer, joining Rotherham as boss in October, but was sacked by February.

As the manager of Doncaster Rovers Belles, he won the Women's Super League 2 before being appointed as the boss of Liverpool Ladies. He would resign after three months, taking charge of just one game.

After working in the media, he was this week confirmed as Newcastle United under-23s head coach.

Uwe Rosler - sacked 19 October 2015

Rosler didn't last long
Another blink-and-you'll miss it stint, with the former Brentford boss only taking charge for 12 games, with Leeds sitting in 18th place.

See, told you it was worse then.

In July 2016 he landed the Fleetwood Town job, but was sacked in this January after losing seven games in a row. Former Leeds favourite John Sheridan replaced him in the dugout for the Cod Army for the rest of the season.

Was appointed manager of Swedish side Malmo last summer.

Steve Evans - sacked 31 May 2016

Evans almost managed a full season
Cellino made a round half-dozen sackings in May 2016, when he sent Steve Evans on his merry way after seven months in charge.

Evans has kept himself busy though, taking the Mansfield job in November 2016 before joining Peterborough United 14 months later.

He would last less than a year at London Road as he was fired in January 2019.

Evans was appointed as League One side Gillingham boss this month.

Leeds United nostalgia

Remember the good old days? Whether it's the Revie Era, Sgt Wilko's last champions or O'Leary's young guns, we've created a Facebook Group to share you memories of all things Leeds United.

 :)

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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« på: Juni 22, 2019, 14:49:24 »
Marseilles visstnok interessert i Alioski.

https://www.leeds-live.co.uk/sport/leeds-united/leeds-united-transfers-gjanni-alioski-16469374

Skal bli interessant å se hvilken pris det evt. er snakk om. Selv om jeg er en av dem som har vært skeptisk til Alioski som førstevalg på vingen, er han en glimrende squad-spiller. Han bør kanskje være verdt ca 5 mp?

Vi har en egen evne til å nedgradere egne spillere. Det finnes neppe noen som gir så mye som Alioski. En fantastisk mann å ha i troppen.

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EFL Bible

 @LUFC have played 4,508 games in their history...

 them naming an Academy player in their squad in 4,504 of them.

 The last time they failed to do so was in a Johnstone’s Paint Trophy fixture in 2009.

 Incredible.

@LUFCStats…


Andy Brook

And even that JPT match is something of a grey area. Richard Naylor played who was in Leeds' youth setup before joining Ipswich's academy.


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EFL Bible

 @LUFC have played 4,508 games in their history...

 them naming an Academy player in their squad in 4,504 of them.

 The last time they failed to do so was in a Johnstone’s Paint Trophy fixture in 2009.

 Incredible.

@LUFCStats…



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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Bortefansen - publikumstall
« på: Juni 22, 2019, 10:53:25 »
Revealed: Leeds United fans targeted with higher away ticket prices than all of their rivals - Leeds Live

Travelling to every away game could set Leeds United fans back over £600 in tickets alone, an exclusive LeedsLive investigation has revealed.

United famously have one of, if not the biggest away support in English football. Many fans actually prefer watching Leeds on the road than at home games.

It can be an expensive hobby, however, with increased travel costs and some clubs charging away fans huge amounts for tickets.

Following Thursday’s fixture announcement, many fans will no doubt be looking up which away games they fancy going to.

Thanks to an exclusive investigation by LeedsLive, we can now reveal how much each club charged travelling United fans for a standard, un-discounted, adult ticket last season, which fans can use as a guide for how much they may cost this time round.

Cost of standard adult ticket in 18/19 (most expensive category)

Club // Cost

Aston Villa // £30.00 (no longer in the division)
Birmingham City // £25.00
Blackburn Rovers // £27.00
Bolton Wanderers // £35.00
Brentford // £27.50
Bristol City // £32.00
Derby County // £29.00
Hull City // £27.00
Ipswich Town // £35.00
Middlesbrough // £30.00
Millwall // £29.00
Norwich City // £35.00 (no longer in the division)
Nottingham Forest // £28.00
Preston North End // £24.00
Queens Park Rangers // £34.00
Reading // £20.00
Rotherham United // £25.00
Sheffield United // £33.00 (no longer in the division)
Sheffield Wednesday // £39.00
Stoke City // £25.00
Swansea City // £30.00
West Bromwich Albion // £20.00
Wigan Athletic // £30.00
The average Championship away ticket cost £27 in 2018/19, based on a standard adult ticket without any membership discounts and at the top category available (e.g. not the standing tickets at Brentford).

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Fans of some clubs were consistently charged more than those of others, however. Reading had the lowest average at £24.54, followed by Millwall at £25, while Aston Villa had the highest at £29.59 followed by Leeds at £29.11.

That may be a discrepancy of less than a fiver, but it adds up over the course of the season. Villa fans who bought a ticket for every away game will have spent £680.50 on tickets.

Leeds fans will have spent £669.50, Sheffield United fans £665.18 and West Brom fans £655.50. Reading fans, meanwhile, will have spent £564.50.

Leeds United fans cheer their side after the match. Championship Play-off First Leg - Derby County v Leeds United - Thursday 9th May 2019 - Pride Park(Image: Alex Dodd/CameraSport)
Millwall fans will have spent £575.00, Ipswich fans £580.50 and Swansea fans £593.50. Coincidentally, if the EFL set a cap of £30 per ticket then the cost of 23 away matches would work out at £690.

There were also large discrepancies between how much different clubs charged visiting fans. Leeds United were the worst offenders charging fans of visiting clubs an average of £38.13 a ticket.

That’s almost £5 more then the club with the next highest average, Sheffield Wednesday, at £33.17. Birmingham City, meanwhile, charged fans the least with an average of £19.57 per ticket.

West Brom had the next cheapest tickets at £20 followed by Wigan at £22.87 and Rotherham at £23.18.

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Average amount charged by club to visiting fans

Club // Amount

Leeds United // £38.13
Sheffield Wednesday // £33.17
Queens Park Rangers // £32.83
Bristol City // £30.13
Middlesbrough // £30.00
Aston Villa // £30.00
Swansea City // £29.65
Sheffield United // £29.26
Norwich City // £28.26
Bolton Wanderers // £28.26
Derby County // £27.36
Millwall // £27.18
Brentford // £26.02
Ipswich Town // £25.91
Nottingham Forest // £25.82
Stoke City // £25.00
Blackburn Rovers // £24.23
Preston North End // £24.00
Reading // £23.52
Hull City // £23.22
Rotherham United // £23.18
Wigan Athletic // £22.87
West Bromwich Albion // £20.00
Birmingham City // £19.57

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Average away ticket price paid by fans

Club // Average ticket price for away fans

Aston Villa // £29.59
Leeds United // £29.11
Sheffield United // £28.92
West Bromwich Albion // £28.50
Sheffield Wednesday // £28.37
Nottingham Forest // £28.33
Middlesbrough // £27.67
Derby County // £27.67
Blackburn Rovers // £27.33
Stoke City // £27.07
Hull City // £26.85
Birmingham City // £26.83
Norwich City // £26.80
Queens Park Rangers // £26.72
Preston North End // £26.67
Rotherham United // £26.52
Bristol City // £26.37
Bolton Wanderers // £26.22
Brentford // £26.13
Wigan Athletic // £25.96
Swansea City // £25.80
Ipswich Town // £25.24
Millwall // £25.00
Reading // £24.54
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Total cost of away tickets

Club // Cost

Aston Villa // £680.50
Leeds United // £669.50
Sheffield United // £665.18 *
West Bromwich Albion // £655.50
Sheffield Wednesday // £652.50
Nottingham Forest // £651.50
Derby County // £636.50
Middlesbrough // £636.50
Blackburn Rovers // £628.50
Stoke City // £622.50
Hull City // £617.50
Birmingham City // £617.00
Norwich City // £616.50
Queens Park Rangers // £614.50
Preston North End // £613.50
Rotherham United // £610.02 *
Bristol City // £606.50
Bolton Wanderers // £603.00
Brentford // £601.00
Wigan Athletic // £597.00
Swansea City // £593.50
Ipswich Town // £580.50
Millwall // £575.00
Reading // £564.50
* Figures not available for all games so the average was used for those matches (one for Rotherham and four for Sheffield United)

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Ordet er fritt / Sv: Breaking news i engelsk fotball
« på: Juni 22, 2019, 10:10:21 »
Graeme Bailey

Shocking from England Under 21s to be out after two games...some achievement from Aidy Boothroyd to produce such a poor team with so much talent at his disposal...and to not pick Phil Foden, the mind boggles...


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