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Ordet er fritt / Ut med Grella!
« på: August 28, 2010, 09:49:29 »
Nå er det vel på tide at vi starter en tråd med dette temaet. Denne stakkars amerikaneren har til gode å bevise noe som helst. Han er ikke lenger stallfyll for Leeds og bør derfor bli løst fra sin kontrakt.
Jeg kan nesten ikke huske sist jeg så en spiss med så dårlig touch og selvtillit.
Er utvilsomt den dårligste spilleren Grayson har i stallen og det er på høy tid at han forsvinner!
MOT

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Ordet er fritt / Hvem viser hva?
« på: Mai 11, 2010, 07:31:43 »
Jeg står foran nok en fotballsesong og med det valg av kanaldistributør. Er det noen av de to, Visat eller Canal digital, som skal vise Championship?

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Ordet er fritt / Nå ryker vi
« på: Mars 28, 2010, 11:17:51 »
Etter å ha sett kampen mot Millwall som var rett og slett begrdelig, samt tapet mot Norwich så er det ingen tvil lenger. Direkte opprykk kan vi se langt etter.
Spillerne har ikke trua lenger og derfor presterer de ikke.'
Lagene bak oss jager som ville ulver og vi henger ikke lenger med.
Derfor må vi bare belage oss på nok en play-off med all den forferdelsen det medfører. Jeg er redd vi ryker på en smell, også denne gang, og blir værende nok et år i denne drittligaen.

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Ordet er fritt / EX-spiller: Vinnie Jones
« på: Januar 31, 2010, 15:08:31 »
Harhausen Vinnie Jones er med på Big Brother i England. Etter å ha vunnet en konkurranse så er premien et opptak av Tottenham-Leeds. Se hvordan han reagerer når det blir blåst straffe i sluttminuttene. Kostelig:-)
http://www.channel4.com/bigbrother/video/d73b84facac726942ea4619f70edeae6/play.c4

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Ordet er fritt / En vanlig søndag i januar
« på: Januar 05, 2010, 09:52:05 »
Ville bare dele et innlegg jeg skrev i avisen der jeg jobber, for å få ut litt glede.

Det nye året har akkurat åpnet sine dører. Folk er døsige etter all julematen, men i Yorkshire sitter 11 mann klare for å reise kjerringa. Manchester United har vunnet FA-cupen 11 ganger, fem av dem under Ferguson, men det blir ingen Wembley-triumf i mai på laget fra Manchester. 43 plasser og to divisjoner bak storlaget fra Manchester kjemper Leeds United en innbitt kamp for å reise fordums storhet. Disse 11 menn har ikke spist mye julemat. De er sultne og det skal Alex Ferguson og hans menn snart få klar beskjed om.
19 minutter tar det. 19 minutter! Vi hadde en drøm om akkurat dette, men da Beckford lurer ballen mellom beina på både keeper og forsvarer så blir plutselig drømmen en realitet. Små og store Leedsfans jubler hemningsløst og snøstormen som raser utenfor klubblokalet til Mo IL får seg en farlig konkurrent. Vi kaster oss om halsen på hverandre og mange får seg en aldri så liten føling på at kanskje ikke all akevitten er forsvunnet fra blodårene. Fjesene til mange får en litt småblek farge etter ti minutter med hoiing og hyling og besvimelsen er nær.
Det spiller en sekundær rolle der og da. Kjempen fra Manchester er sjokkert og Ferguson tygger på tyggisen i et tempo som nok får de aller fleste tannleger til å gni seg i hendene. Spørsmålet alle stiller seg er om dette virkelig kan holde helt inn? 19 minutter er ikke lang tid og vi snakker tross alt om en ledelse på bare ett mål mot laget som ligger på andreplass i Premier League. En fotballkamp spilles jo i 90 minutter pluss tillegg og dermed setter nervene inn.
For dem som ikke forstår hva denne kampen betyr så vil jeg si følgende; Dette oppgjøret kalles for «War of the roses» og har vært en klassiker i lang tid. I England så har dette blitt sett på som kampen om det virkelige herredømmet i fotball og fansen har virkelig tatt dette til sitt hjerte.
Leeds har ikke vunnet dette oppgjøret på bortebane siden 1981. Den gang ble Brian Flynn matchvinner. Nå, 29 år seinere, heter helten Jermaine Beckford og det på en helt vanlig søndag i januar... For en søndag det skulle bli. For en ære, for et rush, for en glede og for en ære.
For selv om fansen til Manchester ville møtes til dyst på Oskar så valgte 60 Leedssupportere å glede seg med sine egne denne dagen. Ingen røde djevler skulle få ødelegge vår store dag og det greide de heller ikke. Da dommeren blåser i fløyta etter nesten 100 minutter så er vi verdige vinnere. Vi er kongene på haugen og svever på skyer. Nå spiller cupen ingen rolle lenger og vi ryker sikkert ut før finalen. Opprykk er det viktigste nå og det står for døren.
Til alle de røde som så kampen så vil jeg si gratulerer. Å tape med bare ett mål mot selveste Leeds er ikke å kimse med. Dere kommer sikkert sterkere tilbake. Marching On Together.

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Off-Topic / Hva jobber vi med?
« på: September 26, 2009, 16:08:20 »
Bare en liten uformell undersøkelse her, Hva jobber vi med når vi ikke heier på Leeds?
Jeg jobber som journalist.

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Ordet er fritt / Casper
« på: Mai 11, 2009, 15:58:14 »
Her blir Caper angrepet av drittsekkene fra MIWWAW. Hører fra sikre kilder at det er bestillt "Vekking" til han klokka seks i morra tidlig.

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Ordet er fritt / Hvem ønsker vi i playoff(Sendes på tv)
« på: April 14, 2009, 17:49:33 »
Nå som direkte opprykk virker som en våt drøm så er det vel bare å stålsette seg for noen spennende kamper der opprykket skal avgjøres. Hvem ønsker vi skal stå på andre siden av banen er mitt spørsmål. Jeg vil ha Peterboroug som kommer til å slite for å beholde andreplassen. Dette tærer på laget som vil få skader anmass og selvtillit på bunn. Hva mener dere?

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Ordet er fritt / Kamprapport fra MW
« på: Mars 24, 2009, 08:25:58 »
Saturday 21st March 2009

Crewe Alexandra 2 Leeds United 3

I have been pressed in to service once again as the regular correspondent preferred the delights of Mickey, Donald and Pluto en France rather than the leafy Cheshire countryside for his weekends entertainment.

We departed at 8:33 a.m. with Blue skies above for the relatively short journey over the M62 and another visit to one of our favoured and most visited watering holes. The pick up in town included seven of our Scandinavian friends, the majority from close to the Artic Circle who endured a 500 kilometre train journey before boarding a Plane to Amsterdam and on to Leeds. Your commitment to the club does you great credit and I salute you one and all.

The tap room, lounge and sports room were all well populated as refreshments were taken with great gusto. The usual groups huddled together enjoying their own brand of wit, humour and All Night White. There was controversy in the Pool room as your correspondent lost to the Coach driver on the Black Ball and in a fit of pique threw down his cue and stormed out. I have to say if had that time again I’d do exactly the same…..

Our journey to the ground took an unusual route presumably because he was too busy playing Pool rather than reading Maps! The ground, like many others in this division is ill equipped for our away support which is always was sold out and accounted for two sides of the ground and near half the crowd.

With Crewe and Leeds in good form an entertaining game was in prospect and Liam Dickinson replaced the suspended Beckford in the only change to the starting line up. The third team on view was the officials which comprised of the smaller of the two Chuckle brothers, a rather effeminate young liner and I kid you not a woman with a pony tail. It reminded me off the classic “Garlic…Bread” reference of Mr Kay senior as the Leeds fans collectively were heard to utter “Linesman…Woman”…

After quarter an hour of very little Snodgrass was felled by Jones the Crewe Captain and left back, straightforward yellow card but following a mouthful to Trinny on the line Chuckle produced Red and the fun commenced. Before there was time to say “to me to you” Kilkenny had driven United ahead and Leeds were dominant. With the right side now vulnerable Snodgrass was having a field day supported by the rampaging Douglas who was reminiscent of Carlos Alberto in the 1970 World Cup Final with the exception of a talent and a different name.

Past the half hour mark a deflected cross from Snodgrass was headed home by Becchio for his customary single away goal and shortly followed by the pick of the three goals as the Scot raced clear of the Crewe defence and scored with a composed finished.

With every passing match the former Livingston man attracts a larger fan club and each swivel of the hips, drop of the shoulder is met with cries of “Snoddy, Snoddy Snoddy Oi Oi Oi”, if only we had Noddy Holder playing on the left wing!

The last relevant moment of the first half was the booking of Naylor for a lunge on the half way line which in the circumstances of the game left him unable to make a meaningful challenge for fear of being sent off. However, 3 – 0 up at half-time against ten man shouldn’t be a problem but of course this is Leeds United we are talking about.

With my usual pessimism I proclaimed I would be happy with a point but how close that came to pass. Crewe got on the front foot in the second half with the ineffectual Michalik replacing Marques and within five minutes had forced a couple of corners. It was no real surprise when Baudet headed home unmarked from a later corner as the giant Slovakian watched on.

At the other end Leeds had opportunities to put the game to bed but squandered them with a poor final pass or shot and it was no surprise when the ineffectual Dickinson was substituted with twenty minutes to go. Am I the only one to think he has a passing resemblance to Orange faced cockney Antiques Dealer David Dickinson? His replacement Mike ‘USA’ Grella was instantly more threatening and should have converted a close range effort 10 minutes from the end.

By this time Crewe had fashioned a debatable second as all three officials missed Kilkenny been scythed down on our Penalty Area prior to three ricochets falling in to the path of Pope who scored with divine intervention. Both teams had opportunities to add goals and with some relief the final whistle went with Leeds taking all three points but spoiling what should have been a rout.

Churchillian Ratings:

Angerkren: 6 Didn’t really have a save to make but didn’t dominate in the Air
Douglas: 6 Easy first half, struggled badly in second
Parker: 6.5 Steady away
Naylor: 7 One rash challenge but solid
Marques: 7 Nothing to do first half
Kilkenny: 6.5 Scruffy goal but used ball well.
Howson: 7 Good game all round
Delph: 6 Looks jaded
Snodgrass: 8 Scored, created and constant threat
Becchio:6 Nice goal but conceded too many free-kicks second half
Dickinson: 5 Poor first half, worse second and reminded me of John Pearson
Referee: 5 – Too small and after sending off preceded to give Crewe every decision possible. Given no assistance by Trinny and Susanah. A dreadful officiating team performance.

Departed Gresty Road at 17:18 and returned via the Westerly route to the Eternal City at 6:41 p.m. The majority of the journey home for those to the rear of the bus was somewhat surreal with one of the assembled parading up and down the Bus with a Sprite bottle affixed to his head and repeating “Locate, Exterminate” ad nauseam. I wonder who?

Only four away fixtures remaining so roll up, roll up for more misery, heartache, despondency with the odd moment of ecstasy thrown in.

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Ordet er fritt / SPILLER: Mike Grella
« på: Januar 21, 2009, 07:50:26 »
3 mål og hva blir veien videre. Her er stats:


2007: Named to NSCAA/adidas Division I All-America Second Team... All-ACC first team member ... selected to NSCAA/adidas All-South first team for second straight year ... semifinalist for Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, which honors the national player of the year ... Preseason College Soccer News Second Team All-America selection ... played in 19 games, 18 of them starts ... led Duke with 10 goals and added six assists for team-high 26 points ... led the ACC with six game-winning goals ... named Top Drawer Soccer national team of the week on 9/1 ... received a total of five national player of the week honors throughout the season from three media outlets ... logged sixth-most minutes on team with 1,424 ... ranked atop the conference in nearly every offensive category ... second in ACC in shots (80) ... first in shots per game (4.21) ... fourth in points (26) ... fourth in points per game (1.37) ... fifth in goals (10) ... third in goals per game (0.53) ... first in game-winners (six) ... led Duke in shots on goal (37).

2006: Named to NSCAA/adidas All-South first team ... a Top Draw Soccer first team of the season pick ... was one of only two Blue Devils to start in all 23 games ... led team with 13 goals and 32 points ... tied for fourth on team with six assists ... tied for team lead with five game-winning goals ... first on team with 59 shots ... .220 shot percentage was best on team for all Blue Devils with 10 or more shots ... put 30 shots on goal for a .508 shots-on-goal percentage, good for third on team for players with 20 or more shots ... scored game-winning goals against St. Francis on 8/27, American on 9/1, No. 17 South Florida on 9/3 and No.5 Wake Forest on 9/8 ... also scored the game-winner in overtime of the ACC tournament final versus Wake Forest on 11/5 ... Soccer America's national player of the week on 9/13 ... named Duke's offensive player and co-most valuable player of the year.

2005: Named to the All-ACC Freshman team ... tied for fourth on the team with 15 points ... scored a goal in each of his first two games and finished with four goals to go along with seven assists ... played in 19 games with 15 starts ... named to Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week on 9/5 after compiling two goals and an assist in the opening two games of the season ... tallied an assist in three consecutive games from 9/11 – 9/20 ... posted two assists in a 6-0 victory over No. 11 N.C. State on 10/21 ... converted the winning penalty kick in a 5-4 shootout victory against No. 4 North Carolina in the ACC Championship game.

Prep: Was the 2004 NSCAA National High School Player of the Year ... named to the NSCAA Youth All-America and High School All-America teams, as well as the Parade Magazine All-America team in 2003 and 2004 ... was named as a 2004 EA Sports All-America and a 2004 Student Sports Soccer.com All-America ... has played with both the Under-18 and Under-20 National teams ... as a member of the Region I Olympic Development Program, was named to the adidas All-Star team at the USYSA Olympic Development Program Interregional event in Austin, Texas ... received the same accolades in 2003 at the ARCO National Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif. ... led his Albertson Red Storm team to the USYSA National Championships in both 2003 and 2004 ... also led the Red Storm Academy to the Super-Y League National Championships in 2004 ... was an all-star at the adidas Elite Soccer Program (ESP) in the summer of 2004.

Personal: Born Mike Grella on January 23, 1987 ... son of Mike and Grace Grella ... has a brother, Frank.

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Ordet er fritt / Nå må Macca få fyken
« på: Desember 09, 2008, 17:19:38 »
Macca og Leeds sliter for tiden. Bør han ta sin hatt og gå?

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Ordet er fritt / 6 millioner for Becks
« på: September 27, 2008, 13:07:34 »
Så er det kommet en prislapp for Jermaineman. 6 millioner er den satt til. Spørs om det kommer bud på dette??
http://www.leedsunited-mad.co.uk/news/loadnews.asp?cid=TMNW&id=409270

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Ordet er fritt / Charlton ser på Beckford
« på: August 31, 2008, 09:41:21 »
Det er siste dagen for transfer og jeg håper det ikke er noe i ryktene. Gleder meg til det er over.
http://www.people.co.uk/sport/football/tm_headline=hotline-beck-and-call%26method=full%26objectid=20718716%26siteid=93463-name_page.html

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Ordet er fritt / Jeg er narkoman. På Leeds
« på: Juli 26, 2008, 07:55:00 »
Nå er det på tide å melde seg på banen igjen. Etter en sommer som er typisk for "Silly Season" begynner suget å nærme seg. Jeg må snart ha dosen min.
Som en narkoman leter etter stoff tråler jeg nettsider for å finne substanser som kan stille min hunger. Ja, det er selvfølgelig LEEDS jeg snakker om. Er det virkelig slik at jeg har abstinenser? Svaret er et ubetinget JA. Derfor leser jeg med glede om Snodgrass, Becchio osv. osv. Jeg får ikke nok av det. Vil ha mer og leter videre.
Kroppen higer etter stoff og jeg må stille hungeren. Her om dagen møtte jeg en som jobber i departementet. Han er Leeds fan og vi diskuterte høylytt om lagets fortreffeligheter. Han kunne fortelle om en statsråd som også holder med de hvite. De skulle ha et møte og statsråden hadde fryktelig dårlig tid(det er en tidligere minister vi snakker om).
Det var viktige ting som skulle diskuteres, men ministeren sa at dette måtte gjøres unna på femten minutter. Møtets deltakere raste gjennom sakene og ministeren løp videre. Da min venn i departementet senere gikk forbi ministerens kontor var det hengt opp et Leedsflagg og ministeren hadde byttet ut skjorte og slips med Leedsdrakt. På besøk var en representant for TPN og det var intervju på gang. Dette var altså viktigere en alt og denne historien går det gjetord om i de store forsamlinger i departementet.
Dette viser at det ikke bare er jeg som er gal. Det er slik det skal være. Nemlig. Enkelte holder søndagen hellig og går i kjerka for å prate med sin herre. Jeg har det på samme måte, men for meg er det Leeds som er religion. Nå starter snart sesongen og laget skal nok et år slite på nivå tre i England. Men hva gjør vel det. En kjent person fikk en gang et spørsmål om fotball virkelig var like viktig som liv og død. Hans svarte nei. Det er mye viktigere. Jeg må si meg enig nå som abstinensen er på det sterkeste.
Men jeg vet at snart får jeg skuddet mitt. Om bare to uker er det seriestart og i år rykker vi opp og det ber jeg om i MIN aftenbønn; Fader vår, du som bor på Elland Road. La Leeds united holdes hellig La ditt rike komme og la Leeds vilje skje, på jorden som i himmelen. Gi oss i år vårt sårt fortjente opprykk. Forlat oss for at vi ikke liker Manchester United og forlat dem som har dette laget som favoritter. Led oss ikke inn i den fristelsen å tro at lange baller kan frelse oss og frels oss fra for mange baklengsmål. For riket tilhører Leeds og makten og æren i evighet. Amen!

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Ordet er fritt / Det verste er over
« på: Juni 18, 2008, 18:15:30 »
Nå kan jeg endelig skrive igje. Jeg har nesten ikke vært inne på forumet i det siste for jeg har vært så sliten etter sesongens siste tap. men jeg er tilbake, wild and ready og sugen på en ny sesong. Jeg driter egentlig hvilken liga vi spiller i for i år rykker vi opp. Banna bein. We are Leeds and we are proud. MOT og god sommer. Vi har allerede planlagt neste tur som blir til hjemmekampene mot Yeovil og Swindon i februar:-)

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Ordet er fritt / MOT. VIS DIN STØTTE
« på: Mai 25, 2008, 09:39:36 »
MOT

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Ordet er fritt / Bates kommer til å selge klubben
« på: Mai 24, 2008, 18:29:31 »
Om vi vinner imorra eller ei. Bates kommer garantert til å selge klubben til sommeren. Det er bare et spørsmål om pris. Er vi i CCC så er det høy pris og omvendt hvis vi er i league one. Jeg vet det sitter pengesterke folk på gjerdet klare til å spytte milllioner av pund i klubben. Rykker vi opp så kan vi forvente oss en sinnsyk satsing neste sesong, av ny eier. En relativt gjeldfri klubb fra en så stor by.... Resten sier seg selv . MOT

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Ordet er fritt / Avgjørelsen er tatt: Ingen poeng tilbake
« på: Mai 01, 2008, 07:04:49 »
Åpner denne tråden da det er nå det hele avgjøres. Klokken 18.00 norsk tid skal avgjørelsen falle med hensyn til poeng eller ei. Oppdater denne tråden frem til da og legg inn dine kommentarer etter at avgjørelsen er tatt. Denne saken fortjener nå en egen tråd. Jeg krysser fingrene for at dette skal bli rettferdig og at vi tar den plassen på tabellen som tilhører oss. LYKKE TIL!!!

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Ordet er fritt / Les dette
« på: April 14, 2008, 23:26:18 »
Leeds Utd and the Football League begin Arbitration proceedings on Wednesday in a dispute over the 15 point sanction imposed on the club at the start of the season. The penalty was imposed after Leeds went into Administration but were unable to secure a '75% approved' CVA which is built into League rules to allow the club to rejoin the League and continue to play.
Administration

When a team enters Administration, it effectively loses it's League position or 'Golden Share' into the Football League.  The Administrators can continue to allow the team to compete but in exiting Administration, the Football League will automatically transfer the Golden Share back to the organisation controlling the club, providing they have CVA in place that has been approved by at least 75% of the Creditors. A further addendum to this rule is that Footballing debts (Players, clubs and officials) MUST be paid in full.  This is to protect other clubs and players.

The Football league rules state that a 75% approved CVA must be gained, UNLESS IN EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES - all clubs entering Administration tot his point had an approved CVA in place so no club has ever applied under the 'Exceptional Circumstances' rule in the past.

CVA

When Leeds Utd entered Administration last May, a deal was quickly struck between the Administrators and Ken Bates Consortium to sell the club back to him.  One of the leading creditors had in excess of 25% of the debt, so could effectively block any other bids for the club, and publicly declared that they would support only Bates - making any other process pointless.  In due course, the Creditors voted and Bates secured 75.1% approval for his bid, despite this only amounting to a return of 1p in the £ for non Footballing debts.There were claims of protests at the fact Bates had managed to effectively buy his own club back for a pittance, it was legal and above board, albeit questionable morally. Some Creditors tried to look into the entire process, especially around the 'Connected Creditors'. trying to prove the major creditors with over 25% of the debt that were backing Bates were financially linked and therefore should not have had the voting power that they did - but no link has ever been proved.

So Leeds had a 75% approved CVA in place and the return of the Golden Share should have been a formality at the next scheduled monthly meeting of the Football league.

Court Action
Up step 'Her Majesties Revenue and Customs' (HMRC) that were one of the creditors owed money by Leeds.  Until recently, HMRC were protected under UK law as a 'preferential Creditor', meaning they enjoyed the same privileges that the Football league rules dictate of the Footballing debts.  They would be paid first and other creditors would share anything that was left.  This was changed recently and HMRC are known to be unhappy that the Football League have the clause protecting Football related debts.HMRC raised an issue with two of the Creditors that voted in favour of the CVA.  One of which was Yorkshire Radio.  HMRC felt they should not have been allowed to vote but the Administrators (KPMG) (it was not Leeds Utd being taken to Court but the Administrators) were more than happy to defend the issue in court having previously taken advice from Counsel on the matter (Counsel are Court appointed Barristers that advise on legal issues in advance of an item going to Court so that you can understand how a Court is likely to view such matters.) The matter could have been dealt with relatively quickly and was expected to be scheduled before the next Football League meeting.HMRC then added the issue of the Footballing debts being given priority to the issue to be discussed.  In effect, the HMRC were taking KPMG to Court to dispute Football League rules! Leeds Utd (Bates and Co.) were not under scrutiny but these matters meant the club were not able to exit administration.

The additional 'issues' meant that the Court hearing was extended to five days, and the court schedule meant this could not be heard until September 2007, some four months after the start of the season. The Administrators were now forced to either find the running costs to keep the club going, or take alternative action (wind the club up or sell the club outright).

Penalty

Running costs could not be found (other interested parties did offer to meet running costs but this was conditional and those conditions were not practical) so KPMG decided the only way forward was to sell the club outright, securing the best possible price for the creditors.  A closed bidding process followed that Ken Bates and Co. won outright.  He had now bought the club but there was no '75% approved CVA' in place - he now had to apply for the clubs League share back under the yet untested 'Exceptional Circumstances' clause.What followed was a Football League Announcement that Leeds Utd would be allowed to re-enter the League as they had 'Exceptional Circumstances' but would be docked 15 points for the 2007-08 season.  Leeds appealed and the Football League agreed to put the matter before the other members (teams0 in the Football league - a vote followed which the Football League unsurprisingly won. Leeds requested an independent review which was repeatedly turned down by the Football league and have since appealed to the FA who distanced themselves from the whole process and in failing to get anyone to revue the case, then decided to issue a High Court Writ against the Football League. The League eventually responded on the final day they had to respond with an offer of Arbitration - which is all Leeds asked for in the first place.

Arbitration

Arbitration is a way to resolve disputes without the formality (and costs) associated with a Courtroom.  Rather than a judge presiding over matters, an Arbitration panels formed consisting of three men - one independent and one selected by each of the parties  in dispute.  Leeds Utd's hearing will be chaired by retired High Court judge Sir Philip Otton, with the other two members being former Premier League chief executive Peter Leaver and Peter Cadman, a lawyer who has chaired Premier League disciplinary commissions in the past.  The Hearing will take place behind closed doors and an undisclosed location and whilst less formal than Court, each side will be allowed to present any evidence and respond to any allegations in the normal manner.  Arbitration is sometimes used to find a compromise between disputing parties although this in not belied to be the case here as Leeds are stating that the Football League acted incorrectly in deducting points, not that the penalty was too harsh.

The full details of Leeds dispute is not known however it is expected the following will be raised;

--Leeds united have still not been informed what rule has been broken despite repeated requests.  Leeds complied with the rules in so much as the League agreed they had exceptional circumstances which was required.  The argument could be that if Leeds did not have a CVA and did not have exceptional circumstances, then they could be let back into the League with a penalty - but this was not the case.

-Leeds DID have an approved CVA, and the final offer to buy the club outright was higher than the CVA offer. The League were aware the only reason the CVA could not progress in the timescale was because HMRC were disputing the Leagues own rules?

-Why did the League vote against the CVA when they were guaranteed a 100% return of their debt due to their own rules? How have the League voted in the past?-Why did the Football League cite one of the reasons for the point deduction which was actually relating to the action of KPMG, not Leeds Utd?

-Why were other League 1 clubs asked to vote when the outcome directly benefited themselves - Conflict of Interest?

-Leeds United feel strongly they have complied with the laws of the land, the question will arise whether the Football League have done the same.  Any club or association can introduce it’s own rules, but they must comply with the laws of the land.

The decision by the panel is due to be made public before the Millwall game on April 19th.

Whislt there is nothing legally binding to stop further action from either party following the decision by the panel, both sides have agreed to comply with the result, and further action is only likely if one party feel that the Arbitration has not followed the correct procedures.

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Ordet er fritt / Poeng tilbake: Avgjøres 1. mai?
« på: April 07, 2008, 19:55:43 »
Ikke for at jeg tror det betyr noe, men det hadde vært gøy å se hva dere tror. Jeg mener det er uvesentlig og at vi greier playoff uansett.

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Ordet er fritt / Videotråd: Historietime
« på: April 05, 2008, 09:55:05 »
Herregud så glimrende. Minner som sitter!
http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0qQBt2fERg&feature=related

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Ordet er fritt / 5-10 poeng tilbake
« på: Mars 12, 2008, 18:12:21 »
Vi som var på Bornm kampen fikk litt av et hakeslepp på lørdag. Vi hadde Bremner suiten og pratet med Hunter før kampen. Både han og Allan Clarke kunne fortelle at Bates er tilbudt 5 poeng tilbake, men han takket nei på fredag. Dette tror Hunter betyr at vi kommer til å få ti poeng tilbake. Dette er IKKE en spøk!!!

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Ordet er fritt / International fixture
« på: Mars 06, 2008, 06:35:49 »
Søndag er den store dagen for oss som er i Leeds. Her er programmet for kampen. VI GLEDER OSS! For en jobb gutta i England har gjort.


Teams: Maverick Whites v Viks Vikings
Date: Sunday 9th March
Venue: John Smeaton Sports Centre, Smeaton Approach, Barwick Road, Leeds, LS15 8TA
Kick off: 13.15pm
Referee: Rick Hartley
Linesmen: Mark Brighton plus one

Transfer Arrangements

12.00 - Coach transfer from the T to the venue for players.
12.30 - Coach transfer from the T to the venue for supporters. ( max 48 places - on a first come, first served basis image)
13.00 - National Anthems and Introduction to the Players
13.15 - Kick off (40 mins each way)
14.45 - End of match
15.15 - Transfer back to the T
16.00 - Awards Ceremony and Trophy Presentation
16.15 - Refreshments
16.30 - Post match celebrations

Match Arrangements

Home team kit - Mr Chaff to provide white shirts and players to provide their own white shorts and white socks.
Away team kit - LUFC away kit - yellow shirts, yellow shorts, yellow socks. Vik's players to supply their own.
Pitch: Astroturf
Nets: At venue.
Match balls: Oli to provide.
Facilities: Changing room and showers at venue.

Miscellaneous Arrangements

Transport: WA Executive Coach courtesy of Just love Leeds
Half Time Refreshments: Sonya, Kate and Gilly
Match Host: Woodini
Media Liaison: Woodini
Meet the Players: Lord f
On course bookmaker: Cardsking image

Match Teams

Maverick Whites

01. Little Alecan
02. Jabba
03. Oliver Hardy
04. Woodini
05. Spen
06. Silver Fox
07. Batley Paul
08. Where's My Trousers
09. Stenny
10. Amos
11. Besty
12. Sico
13. Legsy
14. Wally
15. Mr Chaff
16. Mr Boych
17. King Monkey
18. Lamps

Assitant Manager: Simon Cairns
Manager: Dave Churchill

Vik's Vikings

01. Tore Jakobsen
02. Paal Bergen
03. Tore Bratt
04. Tom Engoe
05. Terje Ditlefsen
06. Svein Erik Valla
07. Viktor Leeds Hogseth
08. Robert Jakobsen
09. Fred Jakobsen
10. Stig Yttervik
11. Jann H Hogseth
12. ?
13. Brynjar Bratland
14. Geir Nilsen
15. Jan Ove Styve
16. Geir Romingdal
17. Trond Janson
18. ?

Coach: Bjørnar Jakobsen
Manager: Tore Andre Flo

Final Call

I have made a CD with the National Anthems and all we now need is some sound equipment and a microphone so that Woodini can strut his stuff. All that is needed is an 80's type ghetto blaster (is that how you spell itimage) that plays CD's. Can anyone help? This is the last item that we need and would be a shame if we cannot get hold one. If not a ghetto blaster then some powerful battery powered speakers and I will put it on to ipod. If I can work out how. Surely some of you techno wizards can help?

Anyway, all just about done so a thanks to everyone for all your involvement and help. I am sure that there are many who think that we have gone over the top, but hey ho, live once and enjoy life. If you are going to do something then at least do it right and I am sure that the Vikings will be able to go back to Norway with some great memories of the occasion and know that the Mavericks did it properly.

Let the games begin.

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På tur til England / En uke igjen
« på: Mars 01, 2008, 10:25:27 »
Så er det bare en uke igjen til at vi er i Leeds. Herrejemeni som jeg gleder meg. Bare for å minne folk på at vi spiller kamp mot gamlegutta til Leeds søndag 10 mars klokken 13.00 lokal tid. Det blir satt opp buss for de som er i Leeds og har lyst til å se kampen. Ring meg på lørdag på 004747344482. MOT

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Ordet er fritt / Sjekk denne linken!!!!
« på: Februar 13, 2008, 23:46:44 »
Som dere vet skal vi spille kamp mot Maverick Whites om tre uker. Her kan dere finne oppdateringer og lagoppstillinger. Fint hvis de som er i nærheten kan møte opp for å heie det norske laget til seier. MOT, Leeds United North...


http://maverickwhites.yuku.com/topic/1129


http://maverickwhites.yuku.com/topic/1114?page=6
Dette er hvor stort det hele er blitt. Der det står "need" er det per dags dato ordnet

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Ordet er fritt / Trenger spillere til kamp mot Leeds
« på: Februar 08, 2008, 10:07:16 »
Legger ut denne forespørselen her da det gjelder Leeds.
Vi(Leeds United North) skal spille kamp mot Maverick Whites den 9.mars i Leeds. Vi er et gjeng med gutter i vår beste alder (35-40 år). Vi skal spille kampen på stro bane i 2x 45 minutter. Vi er bare totalt 14 mann og har innsett at vi nok kommer til å bli slitne. Derfor vil jeg gjerne knytte til meg et par wannabees som er der nede da. Dette blir stort opplegg med pokal, kamp program, buss til banen og nasjonalsanger før kampen. Jeg har også kontakt med noen av gamlegutta i Leeds og hvem vet hvilke spillere som står på andre siden av banen. Jeg vet ihvertfall at Lorimer og hans klan kommer, selv om gamligen selv ikke kan spille grunnet en skade. Post her inne og jeg tar kontakt. Dette blir årets happening og en unik mulighet for de rette.......

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Ordet er fritt / Dette er ikke kjørt.
« på: Februar 07, 2008, 16:19:48 »
Når jeg ser på tabellen er vi bare seks poeng bak andreplass og automatisk opprykk. Ankergren og Rui på plass til helgen. NÅ KOMMER MEDVINDEN. JEG KJENNER DET. Nå kommer vi til å vinne resten av kampene. Merk av denne positive tråden og merk dere datoen da jeg sa det. VI RYKKER GARANTERT OPP!!!

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Ordet er fritt / Rui tilbake
« på: Februar 06, 2008, 19:15:09 »
Det meldes at Rui er tilbake i England idag eller i morgen. Han er garantert plass tl helgens kamp, hvis reisen ikke har satt han ut. GGGGGGOOOOOODDDDD news

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Ordet er fritt / Registrer deg!!!
« på: Februar 01, 2008, 22:23:43 »

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Ordet er fritt / Tren Wise selv
« på: Februar 01, 2008, 18:18:43 »
Denne er et must nå som Wise er ute. Sjekk.
http://www.mousebreaker.com/games/wiseagotchi/play.php

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