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Spill og tipsforum / Leeds v Hull tirsdag 9/11
« på: November 05, 2010, 23:36:00 »
Leeds 4-2 Hull
Becchio 2, Gradel 2

På tur til England / Leeds-Hull
« på: Oktober 18, 2010, 18:53:27 »
Er det flere som skal avgårde til kveldskampen mot the codheads?

Spill og tipsforum / Season long : Leeds United - Leyton Orient 24/11-09
« på: November 23, 2009, 11:26:25 »
Leeds 2-0 Leyton Orient
Beckford og Vokes

Spill og tipsforum / Season long: Millwall - Leeds 24/10
« på: Oktober 14, 2009, 22:35:31 »
Tillater meg å starte denne allerede nå, da jeg reiser utenriks en drøy ukes tid.

Millwall 1-1 Leeds

Ordet er fritt / Frank Fielding inn på lån
« på: September 29, 2009, 11:46:19 »
Frank Fielding, Blackburn's engelske U-21 keeper inn på 1mnd's låneavtale.

Ordet er fritt / Thorp arch-tilbakekjøp mm.
« på: August 18, 2009, 14:25:39 »

Ordet er fritt / Google deg rundt i Leeds
« på: Mars 20, 2009, 18:57:55 »
Spaser rundt i Leeds gater og rundt Elland Road. Klikk på den gule mannen og skli rundt i gatene.

Ordet er fritt / "Dirty Leeds"- The Times
« på: Mars 16, 2009, 08:20:30 »
God artikkel fra The Times, oppsiktsvekkende vinkling !

Ordet er fritt / Veterancup denne helga med ex.Leedsspillere, Litt OT
« på: Januar 30, 2009, 09:15:57 »
Ja denne helga er det klart for avreise til Årdal/Lærdal for det årlige VM for veteranlag.  ex.Leedsspillerene Alfie Håland og Andy Ritchie er med for henholdsvis Bryne og et engelsk gråsteinslag hvis navn ikke inngår i mitt vokabular.

Spill og tipsforum / Walsall-Leeds 31/01-09
« på: Januar 29, 2009, 22:35:23 »
Starter denne tråden grunnet tidspress..Veterancupen venter.

Walsall 1-3 Leeds
Beckford, Trundle og Delph

Ordet er fritt / Test!
« på: Januar 08, 2009, 22:59:13 »
Ta denne testen og se hvor mange football-league klubber du husker:

Ordet er fritt / Windass!!
« på: Oktober 30, 2008, 14:19:44 »
Brennhete rykter om at han vil signere på lån i løpet av ettermiddagen...

Ordet er fritt / Leeds lagt ut for salg!!
« på: Juli 07, 2007, 03:35:38 »
Er det ennå håp i det hengende snøre?

By Rod Minchin, PA

The future of Leeds United hung in the balance tonight after the administrators put the debt-ridden club up for sale.

KPMG said it had made the decision because of a legal challenge by HM Revenue and Customs over the £7.7million it is owed by the Yorkshire club and is challenging club chairman Ken Bates' re-sale.

The High Court has postponed a decision on HM Revenue and Customs application to challenge the Company Voluntary Agreement, which has been set by most of the creditors, until September - leaving the future of the club in doubt.

HM Revenue and Customs is unhappy at Bates' plan to pull the club out of administration by paying creditors just 8p in every £1.

Bates has already warned that defending the court action could cost the club, which has debts of £35 million, its future.

KPMG said it had set a deadline of 5pm next Monday for offers for the club.

A spokesman for the administrators said: "We are putting the club up for sale and offers must be in by 5pm on Monday and we are interested in talking to other parties.

"This is because of the uncertainty that surrounds the club due to the legal challenge by HM Revenue and Customs."

Those who have previously declared an interest in buying the club include Duncan Revie, son of former Leeds manager Don, and property entrepreneur Simon Morris.

Earlier this week, businessman Simon Franks said he was ready to buy Leeds United, through his Redbus investment vehicle.

It emerged today that Leeds may not start the season in August but league bosses are set to discuss the situation next week, despite the court case.

KPMG's barrister, Louis Doyle, told the High Court in Leeds: "The cessation of these proceedings will actually stop Leeds playing at the start of the season.

"It remains to be seen what approach the league may take to that."

The legal case has now been adjourned until September 3, while Leeds are due to play their first game of next season away to Tranmere on Saturday, August 11.

Ordet er fritt / Redbus
« på: Juli 04, 2007, 23:38:47 »
Redbus Chairman just been on Radio Leeds saying they are ready to go ahead with the purchase of the club...

Ja Takk!

Ordet er fritt / Revie jr. entrer banen.
« på: Mai 06, 2007, 07:09:33 »
The son of legendary Leeds United manager Don Revie is trying to form a consortium to take control at Elland Road.

Businessman Duncan Revie, 52, has already held preliminary talks with wealthy backers, including Dubai’s ruling Maktoum family, and wants to raise £40million to buy the club from Ken Bates and get Leeds back into the Premiership
The news that the family associated with Leeds’ golden age could be part of their rebirth will seem like light at the end of the tunnel for fans distraught at their demise.

‘What is happening to Leeds is a bloody disgrace,’ said Revie. ‘I cried when I watched the result against Ipswich last weekend.

‘I’ve tried to ignore my feelings for a long time as I know the aggravation needed to put things right. But when things get this bad, I can’t ignore it. My feelings run too deep.

‘I am interested in trying to get Leeds back where they belong, which is in the top six of the Premiership. I’ve held talks with some influential people and the feedback has been good. I will be holding more talks in the next few weeks.’

But Revie, who runs the highly successful company, Soccerex, which puts on big-hitting conferences in the football industry, faces competition from a number of other parties interested in buying the club and the prospects of a quick takeover will depend on creditors approving Bates’ extraordinary deal to buy back the club minutes after putting it into administration on Friday.

Gerald Krasner, the insolvency expert and former Leeds chairman who was part of the consortium originally bought out by Bates, said: "I don’t believe this is necessarily a done deal. It is subject to creditors’ approval at a meeting to be held in the next four to six weeks.

"I believe there were at least seven consortiums of various individuals, all of whom were waiting to speak to the administrator, rather than dealing directly with Mr Bates.

"If creditors vote against, the deal will not be done."

If the Company Voluntary Agreement required to bring the club out of administration is rejected by creditors, then the other parties, including the Revie consortium, could make their own proposals to administrators KPMG.

But the club’s biggest creditors, who are owed about £22m of the £35m debts, are the Forward Sports Fund, Astor Investment Holdings and the Krato Trust, offshore companies who backed Bates’ original takeover.

It seems unlikely they would approve proposals from anyone but Bates, since under his plans FSF would own the shares of the new company, Leeds United Football Club Limited, with Astor Investment Holdings in turn owning shares in FSF.

So hopes of a quick solution depend on the other creditors approving Bates’ plans. Chief among them is the taxman, who is owed £5m and who triggered administration by issuing a winding-up order with a deadline of June 25. They are still keen to discover the owners of FSF and Astor.

Assuming they and other creditors agree a deal, the CVA would then require approval from the Football League.

The League board will discuss the situation in the next fortnight.

Ordet er fritt / England U-17
« på: Januar 23, 2007, 03:17:51 »
Ser at Leeds har med 3 spillere i Englands U-17 tropp, egentlig 5! hvis man tar med Woods og Taiwo som Chelsea stjal. Liam Darville, Tom Elliott og Danny Rose er de 3 utvalgte.Det gror fremdeles.

Ben Amos(ManUtd),Moses Barnett(Arsenal),Liam Darville(Leeds),
Tom Elliott(Leeds),Jonathan Franks(M'boro),Henri Lansbury(Arsenal),
Joseph Mattock(Leicester),Victor Moses(C.Palace),Rhys Murphy(Arsenal),
Seth Nana Ofori-Twumasi(Chelsea),Nathan Porritt(M'Boro),Daniel Rose
(Leeds),Tommy Smith(Ipswich),Jordan Spence(WestHam),Jason Steele(M'boro),Tom Taiwo(Chelsea),Daniel Welbeck(ManUtd),Michael Woods

Ordet er fritt / Zoltan Balog
« på: Januar 11, 2007, 01:12:24 »
Zoltan Balog has confirmed a possibility of a move to Leeds, as he is still to agree a new contract with his current club Ferencvaros.

The 28-year-old defender is in discussions with the Hungarian club over a new deal and has until next week to reply to their latest offer.

Ferencvaros are in deep financial trouble and are therefore looking to cash in on their best players.

Reports in Hungary have linked Leeds with a move for Balog and the stopper is keen to know where his future lies.

"There were talks about me going to Leeds but so far I haven't gone," Balog told the club's official website.

"I'm preparing with Ferencvaros and I still don't know where I will play. I don't want to guess, I'm at home now and waiting for developments."


Ordet er fritt / Craig Beattie
« på: Desember 30, 2006, 20:44:15 »
Radio Clyde spekulerer i at den unge og meget lovende Celticspissen Craig Beattie kan være på vei, sannsynligvis på lån.

Ordet er fritt / Mifsud..
« på: Desember 16, 2006, 19:35:48 »
Ser at Michael Mifsud er linket...hmmmm...for lett kanskje?

Ordet er fritt / Ny keeper på prøvespill
« på: Desember 13, 2006, 01:16:38 »
Humret litt da jeg leste følgende:sitat:om spilleren finnes god nok for the championship.

Ordet er fritt / Ex-spiller: UGO EHIOGU
« på: November 23, 2006, 22:59:58 »
Inn på lån.

Ordet er fritt / Virus på Waccoe-stay clear!
« på: November 11, 2006, 19:14:57 »
javascript exploit trojan, en eller annen dævel har infisert waccoe, så hold dere unna.

Ordet er fritt / Nye midtstoppere inn på lån?
« på: Oktober 30, 2006, 03:46:20 »
Sam Sodje (Reading),27 årig midtstopper, var vel linket til Leeds i sommer, men havnet i Reading for £350000 fra Brentford. Matthew Bates (M'boro), engelsk U-21 midtstopper skal vistnok også være i Wise's søkelys. Kroken på døra for Butler!

Ordet er fritt / Cheer up
« på: September 28, 2006, 18:08:26 »

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