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På tur til England / Brexit
« på: Januar 31, 2020, 11:21:45 »
Må bare spørre siden jeg ikke har satt meg så mye inn i dette.
Vil det fortsatt være fri innreise til UK etter i dag? (31 januar)

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På tur til England / Fulham & Luton
« på: Januar 06, 2020, 20:50:00 »
Når blir desse kampene eventuelt flyttet for Sky?


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Ordet er fritt / Spiller: Adam Forshaw
« på: Januar 18, 2018, 18:52:31 »
Klar for 4,5 mill pund. 4 1/2 år kontrakt.

https://www.leedsunited.com/news/team-news/22901/whites-complete-adam-forshaw-signing




Midfielder joins Leeds.

Leeds United are delighted to announce the signing of Adam Forshaw from Sky Bet Championship rivals Middlesbrough.

The 26-year-old moves to Elland Road in a deal worth £4.5m and has signed a four and a half year deal, running until the summer of 2022.

United beat off competition from a number of teams in the division, to secure the signing of the experienced central midfielder.

Forshaw came through ranks at Everton and went onto make two first team appearances, his first in the UEFA Europa League against BATE Borisov in December 2009 and the second from the bench in the Toffees Premier League fixture against Wolverhampton Wanderers in April 2011.

He joined Brentford on loan in February 2012, playing under former Leeds United manager Uwe Rösler, before his stay at Griffin Park was made permanent the following May.

Two years later he was named the League One Player of the Year as Brentford won automatic promotion to the Championship, after finishing as runners up to Wolves.

His impressive performances at Griffin Park then led to a move to fellow Championship side Wigan Athletic the following August, where he once again played under Rösler.

After impressing during the opening months of his Latics career, in January 2015, he was signed by Middlesbrough and went on to help the Teesside outfit reach the Championship Play-Off Final.

Forshaw played 34 times for Boro during the 2015/16 campaign and helped them achieve automatic promotion to the Premier League.

He was rewarded with a new four year contract at the Riverside Stadium in August 2016 and in the top flight made 34 outings, but couldn’t prevent Boro from being relegated back to the Championship last season.

In total, Forshaw made a total of 103 appearances during his time at the Riverside, scoring two goals.

Forshaw will go straight into Thomas Christiansen’s squad for Saturday’s fixture with Millwall at Elland Road.

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Off-Topic / Casper Ruud
« på: Januar 15, 2018, 12:35:53 »
Kanskje greit å starte en tråd om vår kommende tennis-stjerne, Casper Ruud.
Idag videre til 2.runde i Australian Open etter en maratonkamp mot franske Halys.
Dette måtte 5 sett til der siste sett ble vunnet 11-9(!).

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Ordet er fritt / Leeds 2017
« på: Desember 31, 2017, 23:05:50 »
Synes dette var en fin oppsummering av 2017:

Leeds in year

1.Cellino gone
2.Radz came in
3.Monk came
4.Monk left
5.TC came
6.We got our home back
7.We got Saiz
8.We became hated again
9.We became Proud again
10.Elland became full again
11. Our football became enjoyable again
12.We came together again



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Ordet er fritt / MOM Millwall - Leeds
« på: September 16, 2017, 17:55:39 »
3: Wiedwald
2: Shaughnessy
1: Ayling


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Spill og tipsforum / Fantasy Eliteserien 2017
« på: Mars 10, 2017, 12:48:58 »
Stemning for å lage en Luscos liga?

https://fantasy.vg.no/


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Ordet er fritt / Kamp vs Preston @ Deepdale, 26.12.2016 kl 16:00
« på: Desember 23, 2016, 08:10:46 »
Preston borte blir en tøff nøtt.

http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/football/leeds-united/leeds-united-grayson-s-win-ratio-gives-pause-for-thought-1-8303167?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

Leeds United: Grayson’s win ratio gives pause for thought

06:03Friday 23 December 2016

A FAMILIAR face will greet Leeds United at Preston on Boxing Day as the Whites come face to face with their most successful former manager of the last ten years. Garry Monk might be about to change that but Preston boss Simon Grayson is still responsible for United’s highest-placed finish since their 2006 Championship effort of fifth. The 2011 placing of seventh remains the best it’s been in the Championship since Kevin Blackwell took Leeds to fifth in 2006. Grayson’s win rate bettered Blackwell’s as in 169 games in charge of Leeds, Grayson oversaw 84 victories for a 49.7 per cent win rate. Having now taken in 205 fixtures for Preston, the 47-year-old has enjoyed a similar record with the Lilywhites who have 95 victories under his tenure for a 46.34 per cent win rate and something of a second coming this season after a miserable start. After losing his job at Leeds in February 2012, Grayson had just under a year in charge of Huddersfield Town until January 2013. The switch to the Lilywhites arrived one month later with North End staring at possible relegation from League One but United’s former manager kept the Lancashire side up and relegation fodder became play-off finalists the following season. After defeat to Rotherham United in the play-off final of May 2014, Grayson and Preston went one better the following year when beating Swindon Town with Grayson having been a permanent fixture back in the Championship since. North End then finished two places and three points above Leeds last term – in 11th – with a final-day draw with the Whites at Deepdale consigning Steve Evans’ team to finish in 13th. Leeds are a different breed seven months on under Monk. But Preston too are now threatening to better last year’s position with the club having stood by Grayson through this season’s rocky start. As at Leeds, the Ripon-born manager has proven his capabilities since. Matters looked pretty grim for North End after the first three league games of the season which all ended in defeat – a 1-0 loss at Reading and back-to-back defeats at home to Fulham and then Derby. At the time, Leeds and Preston were battling with each other near the bottom of the league. A 2-0 win at QPR stemmed the pain but a 1-0 loss at Ipswich Town and a 2-1 defeat at home to Barnsley left North End with three points out of a possible 18 and five league losses from six games. Yet Preston have lost only three league games since and four consecutive league wins at Deepdale – against Cardiff, Wigan, Aston Villa and Huddersfield Town – have proven integral to their recovery. Only leaders Newcastle United have won at Deepdale since September and, rather like at Leeds, North End’s poor start is now all but forgotten with the club 11th in the table and on a run of one defeat from seven games. Grayson is again proving himself a strong manager – as Leeds know all too well.


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Ordet er fritt / EX-SPILLER: Romario Vieira
« på: September 01, 2016, 12:37:56 »

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Ordet er fritt / TV-rettigheter
« på: Juli 25, 2016, 15:24:08 »
For kommende sesong er det ingen kanaler i Norge som har skaffet seg rettighetene for Championship ennå.

Jeg har spurt TV2 Sport og fikk dette til svar:

Henviser til kommentar fra vår kommunikasjonssjef:
"Championship er noe som en god del kunder etterspør, og det er også derfor vi har ønsket å ha det. Så er det selvfølgelig en diskusjon og forhandlinger rundt pris og etterspørsel"

Noe mer kan vi inntil videre ikke si, dessverre.


Så mange som mulig må sende en forsespørsel til TV2 om dette. Så kanskje vi får litt fortgang i sakene..?

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Ordet er fritt / Ex-Lånespiller: Kyle Bartley
« på: Juli 01, 2016, 18:30:53 »
Signert på lån i ett år.

http://www.leedsunited.com/news/article/1mtyao4rabv4g14d2iytgcv51w

DEFENDER BARTLEY ARRIVES ON LOAN
United sign Swansea City centre-back for the season...

PUBLISHED 01 JULY 2016 AT 05:00



Kyle Bartley
 206 307KYLE BARTLEY

We are delighted to announce the signing of Swansea City defender Kyle Bartley on a season-long loan.

Bartley, a former England Under-17s international, becomes our second new addition of the summer following the arrival of Swedish striker Marcus Antonsson earlier this week.

The 25-year-old centre-back, who won the FA Youth Cup during his time with Arsenal’s Academy, played alongside and worked under new United boss Garry Monk at the Liberty Stadium.

Bartley began his career in the youth system at Bolton Wanderers before making the switch to Arsenal and helping the Gunners to the Premier Academy League title in 2009 - the same year he made his senior debut in a Champions League tie away to Olympiacos.

Loan spells with Sheffield United and Scottish giants Rangers followed, before the Stockport-born defender joined Swansea in summer 2012.

He spent the first half of the 2013/14 campaign on loan in the Championship with Birmingham City and, after impressing upon his return to South Wales, was handed a new three-year deal with the Premier League side.

Bartley made eight appearances in all competitions for the Swans last season but will now link up with the United squad as they prepare to head to Ireland for their first pre-season friendly fixtures of the summer.

“It feels fantastic to be here,” Bartley told leedsunited.com. “I found out about a week ago that Leeds were interested and, straightaway, it was something that I was really looking forward to.

“I’m just happy to be here now and have everything signed.

“There were a few other teams interested but as soon as I spoke to the gaffer, I told my agent that this was the only club for me.

“With the history of the club and how big the club is, it was a no-brainer for me.

“I want to come here and play week-in, week-out in what we hope will be a really successful season for the club.”

United boss Garry Monk added: “I’m delighted to get Kyle in. Kyle has worked underneath me for the last two years and I know him very well - I know what he’s capable of.

“I think defence is an area where we need to add strength to the quality that we already have. Kyle has worked with me and he knows how I work, so that helps.

“I think he’s at a stage of his career where he wants to prove himself and try and fight for a place.

“He’s big, he’s strong and he’s a very good defender. He’s a good leader, he talks very well, he’s a good organiser and a good communicator.

“All of those things will help the squad.”

- See more at: http://www.leedsunited.com/news/article/1mtyao4rabv4g14d2iytgcv51w#sthash.zDrlDVvr.dpuf

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Ordet er fritt / Forumet
« på: Mai 31, 2016, 09:52:37 »
Er noe som er riv ruskende galt.

Det må være to forumer som ligger ute.
jeg har nå skrevet på forumet i flere dager, senest idag. Men når jeg går inn på forumet via leedsunited.no linken så kommer jeg inn på et annet forum med andre topics...

Adressen på det ene er:
http://forum.leedsunited.no/index.php#c1

det andre:
http://www.leedsunited.no/forum/

Hvilket er det riktige som skal brukes!!

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Off-Topic / Laptop
« på: Mars 13, 2016, 18:08:56 »
Noen som har tips til en brukbar laptop til 3-4 tusen?
Er til sønnen min (8 år) som skal bruke den til youtube, minecraft, netflix og lignende.
Bør kunne kjøre slike ting uten problem.

15" skjerm bør det være.

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Ordet er fritt / Leeds beste bortelag i championship i 2015
« på: Desember 30, 2015, 20:17:23 »
Leeds United ‏@LUFC 3 tfor 3 timer siden

Leeds United Retweetet The Football League
#lufc picked up the highest percentage of away points out of all @SkyBetChamp teams in 2015 #lufcawaydays 



På tide å få på plass formen på hjemmebane og da!

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Off-Topic / Norske lag i europacup
« på: September 17, 2015, 20:50:59 »
Veldig imponerende av Molde ikveld!
3-1 seier borte mot Fenerbache.

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På tur til England / Billetter
« på: Januar 30, 2015, 14:25:22 »
Er det vanskeleg å få seg gode billetter på kampdagen på ER?
Viss man tar en tur på sparket?

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Off-Topic / 1. Divisjon 2014
« på: April 03, 2014, 15:20:54 »
Til helgen starter årets 1. divisjon (tidligere Adeccoligaen).

Vanskelig å spå denne divisjonen, men Tromsø kommer nok til å rykke direkte opp til TL igjen.
Bak der blir det jevnt tror jeg og håper seff at Hødd skal gjøre en like bra sesong som ifjor.

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1-1 (McCormack)

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Ordet er fritt / Hvem vil forumet ha som ny eier?
« på: Februar 05, 2014, 13:47:25 »
Lodde stemningen  :)

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Ordet er fritt / Red Bull
« på: Juli 19, 2013, 08:46:44 »

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Off-Topic / Adeccoligaen 2013
« på: Mai 09, 2013, 20:33:29 »
Ingen har startet denne enda??
Jaggu på tide!

Oppsummering så langt: Hødd er best!  ;)

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2-0 (McCormack, Green))

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Birmingham - Leeds 1-2 (McCormack, Morison)

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3-1 (Morison, McCormack, Lees)

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Ordet er fritt / Billettpriser etc i England
« på: Oktober 18, 2012, 09:50:27 »
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-19842397

Vi har faktisk dyrere sesongbilletter enn f.eks. Manchester City.....

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Sheff Wed - Leeds 1-3 (Becchio, Diouf, Norris)

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4-0 (Becchio 2, Diouf, Austinator)

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Spill og tipsforum / Football Manager 2013
« på: September 26, 2012, 14:02:15 »
Da er vi igang igjen snart med ny versjon av Football Manager.

http://www.pressfire.no/nyheter/PC/5747/Slik-blir-Football-Manager-2013

Tipper det blir noen timer dette året også.

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