YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby Blackwhite » Tue May 07, 2019 5:34 pm

Yeboah wrote:
Blackwhite wrote:Don't forget Fat Frank's sterling work for the charity shops back in the day when he was continually cheating on his wife, and she kept throwing all her wardrobe in the charity shop and making him replenish the lot. Multiple times IIRC.

Services to the charity shop and fashion industries. Oh, and his fine work for the British amateur video and beer bottle industries :salute:


Sad, mentality. Maybe just jealousy?

You hate him, but don’t know him.

He’s 1000 times more talented and successful than you could ever be.....even if you were dreaming.

Really bizarre.

Congratulations.




I think you've got even more of his cock in your mouth than the chick in the gangbang video managed :salute: here's to the absent gag reflex
You know, I'm sick of following my dreams, man. I'm just going to ask where they're going and hook up with 'em later.

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby Yeboah » Tue May 07, 2019 9:03 pm

Blackwhite wrote:
Yeboah wrote:
Blackwhite wrote:Don't forget Fat Frank's sterling work for the charity shops back in the day when he was continually cheating on his wife, and she kept throwing all her wardrobe in the charity shop and making him replenish the lot. Multiple times IIRC.

Services to the charity shop and fashion industries. Oh, and his fine work for the British amateur video and beer bottle industries :salute:


Sad, mentality. Maybe just jealousy?

You hate him, but don’t know him.

He’s 1000 times more talented and successful than you could ever be.....even if you were dreaming.

Really bizarre.

Congratulations.

I think you've got even more of his cock in your mouth than the chick in the gangbang video managed :salute: here's to the absent gag reflex


You’re a loser and a failure, that’s down to you.

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby Blackwhite » Tue May 07, 2019 9:11 pm

Sorry, I can't quite hear cos your mouth is full. Could you just pop it out for a sec?
You know, I'm sick of following my dreams, man. I'm just going to ask where they're going and hook up with 'em later.

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby thestraw » Wed May 08, 2019 8:07 am

Yeboah wrote:
Blackwhite wrote:Don't forget Fat Frank's sterling work for the charity shops back in the day when he was continually cheating on his wife, and she kept throwing all her wardrobe in the charity shop and making him replenish the lot. Multiple times IIRC.

Services to the charity shop and fashion industries. Oh, and his fine work for the British amateur video and beer bottle industries :salute:


Sad, mentality. Maybe just jealousy?

You hate him, but don’t know him.

He’s 1000 times more talented and successful than you could ever be.....even if you were dreaming.

Really bizarre.

Your vigorous support of both Jody Morris and Frank Lampard is really bizarre.

Are you sure its just your kids that are Chelsea fans?
#MOT #GAWA

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby eric olthwaite » Thu May 09, 2019 8:34 pm

Kinell. Nerdy as I am I looked at the route. Three miles and there’s no pavement half the way. This man.


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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby Oheddieeddie » Thu May 09, 2019 9:52 pm

Blackwhite wrote:Sorry, I can't quite hear cos your mouth is full. Could you just pop it out for a sec?


:lol:

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby Tommy » Fri May 10, 2019 7:20 am

Yeboah wrote:Sad, mentality. Maybe just jealousy?

You hate him, but don’t know him.

He’s 1000 times more talented and successful than you could ever be.....even if you were dreaming.

Silly retort that puts a dampener on some otherwise good points. Are you just jealous of Bielsa? What's the difference?

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby thestraw » Fri May 10, 2019 9:16 am

eric olthwaite wrote:Kinell. Nerdy as I am I looked at the route. Three miles and there’s no pavement half the way. This man.


:salute:
#MOT #GAWA

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby welshwhite » Thu May 16, 2019 7:20 am

Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa will "listen to proposals" for him to stay at the club after a "painful" play-off semi-final defeat by Derby.

The Argentine's side lost 4-2 in the second leg at Elland Road, a 4-3 defeat on aggregate.

Following the loss, Bielsa said: "If the club offers me the possibility to carry on I will listen to this proposal.

"It's a painful situation and we're all disappointed," he added.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48292197

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby Ballgirl » Thu May 16, 2019 7:25 am

welshwhite wrote:Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa will "listen to proposals" for him to stay at the club after a "painful" play-off semi-final defeat by Derby.

The Argentine's side lost 4-2 in the second leg at Elland Road, a 4-3 defeat on aggregate.

Following the loss, Bielsa said: "If the club offers me the possibility to carry on I will listen to this proposal.

"It's a painful situation and we're all disappointed," he added.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48292197


Sounds in the balance to me. I’d guess Bielsa asks for 2,3,4 new signings and reassurances that certain key players aren’t sold. I can easily see a situation where he doesn’t get this and heads off into the sunset.
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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby the flying pig » Fri May 17, 2019 9:04 am

a propos of nowt, i've realised that i vaguely knew angus kinnear, 20+ years ago - we were at the same university, though he a year or two above me. the thing that stood out about him was that he was an excellent football player, played for the university first xi & was widely thought of as being their best player ['free scoring' striker] - definitely the kind of guy who'd have been on pro clubs' longlists, if perhaps not quite shortlists/final cuts in terms of kids you'd have considered offering a pro contract to. i'd say he'd likely have been good enough to play somewhere in probably the top 10 tiers... but i suppose my impression of him was that he was probably a former public schoolboy with a father who worked in one of 'the professions', with there never really being any question of him chancing his arm to make it as a 'baller unless he was, y'know, looking like he was destined for the very top. i guess that working in sports administration was maybe the next best thing for him? not sure what else i remember about him... i don't *think* i can ever remember him drinking in the union bar or whatever, maybe didn't socialise much in student circles, but that might be wrong.

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby eric olthwaite » Fri May 17, 2019 2:54 pm

Meant to ask: did anyone read Phil Hay’s thing on MB in FourFourTwo, and is it online anywhere?

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby Quiffy » Fri May 17, 2019 3:11 pm

talking of phil hay, if he lives in york, then yesterday, just as i was walking home from work and my mind drifted onto leeds united and what happened at elland road the previous night, phil hay appeared and ran past me. if he doesn't live in york then it was just some phil hay double.

and regards bielsa, i see the trust have written an open letter to him to try and encourage him to stick around next year...
letter and all it made me think is 'what the fuck is the backlash going to be like if people fall out of love with him?' this is britain after all, build 'em up then knock them down. it sort of worries me the extent of this love in.
increasing doubt, decreasing hope, even my imaginary friend went and changed his mind.

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby Clacton white » Fri May 17, 2019 3:23 pm

the flying pig wrote:a propos of nowt, i've realised that i vaguely knew angus kinnear, 20+ years ago - we were at the same university, though he a year or two above me. the thing that stood out about him was that he was an excellent football player, played for the university first xi & was widely thought of as being their best player ['free scoring' striker] - definitely the kind of guy who'd have been on pro clubs' longlists, if perhaps not quite shortlists/final cuts in terms of kids you'd have considered offering a pro contract to. i'd say he'd likely have been good enough to play somewhere in probably the top 10 tiers... but i suppose my impression of him was that he was probably a former public schoolboy with a father who worked in one of 'the professions', with there never really being any question of him chancing his arm to make it as a 'baller unless he was, y'know, looking like he was destined for the very top. i guess that working in sports administration was maybe the next best thing for him? not sure what else i remember about him... i don't *think* i can ever remember him drinking in the union bar or whatever, maybe didn't socialise much in student circles, but that might be wrong.

How old is he ........sound like he could be better than Bamford :D

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby Clacton white » Fri May 17, 2019 3:31 pm

Ballgirl wrote:
welshwhite wrote:Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa will "listen to proposals" for him to stay at the club after a "painful" play-off semi-final defeat by Derby.

The Argentine's side lost 4-2 in the second leg at Elland Road, a 4-3 defeat on aggregate.

Following the loss, Bielsa said: "If the club offers me the possibility to carry on I will listen to this proposal.

"It's a painful situation and we're all disappointed," he added.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48292197


Sounds in the balance to me. I’d guess Bielsa asks for 2,3,4 new signings and reassurances that certain key players aren’t sold. I can easily see a situation where he doesn’t get this and heads off into the sunset.

I would think 3 or 4 very good signings is a reasonable request , the squad as it stands now isn't good enough but a few tweaks here and there could make the difference ( striker first and foremost ) . Other sides won't be taken by surprise tactics wise next time around so you need better players to implement the plan . Bielsa staying should be a major plus and attract decent players as they may realise how much he can improve them . A couple of the youngsters hopefully could make the leaps and bounds Phillips has this season but that can't be guaranteed . The key to the future is in Radz hands , ultimately his actions decide Premier League or Championship . The manager is in place , just needs the backing .

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby Yeboah » Fri May 17, 2019 3:39 pm

Clacton white wrote:
Ballgirl wrote:
welshwhite wrote:Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa will "listen to proposals" for him to stay at the club after a "painful" play-off semi-final defeat by Derby.

The Argentine's side lost 4-2 in the second leg at Elland Road, a 4-3 defeat on aggregate.

Following the loss, Bielsa said: "If the club offers me the possibility to carry on I will listen to this proposal.

"It's a painful situation and we're all disappointed," he added.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48292197


Sounds in the balance to me. I’d guess Bielsa asks for 2,3,4 new signings and reassurances that certain key players aren’t sold. I can easily see a situation where he doesn’t get this and heads off into the sunset.

I would think 3 or 4 very good signings is a reasonable request , the squad as it stands now isn't good enough but a few tweaks here and there could make the difference ( striker first and foremost ) . Other sides won't be taken by surprise tactics wise next time around so you need better players to implement the plan . Bielsa staying should be a major plus and attract decent players as they may realise how much he can improve them . A couple of the youngsters hopefully could make the leaps and bounds Phillips has this season but that can't be guaranteed . The key to the future is in Radz hands , ultimately his actions decide Premier League or Championship . The manager is in place , just needs the backing .


Phil Hay stating today that the club runs at at £20m loss per year, which includes £6m to coaching staff.

How much backing do you want...?

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby tuo » Fri May 17, 2019 5:12 pm

eric olthwaite wrote:Meant to ask: did anyone read Phil Hay’s thing on MB in FourFourTwo, and is it online anywhere?



Yes,I read it ...even bought the fucker -nothing we didn't already know about him in it
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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby eric olthwaite » Fri May 17, 2019 6:50 pm

There’s a lot of daft buggers getting a bit excited about the fact he bought a car today.

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby Quiffy » Fri May 17, 2019 7:02 pm

eric olthwaite wrote:There’s a lot of daft buggers getting a bit excited about the fact he bought a car today.

as twitter pointed out, he bought a car for a staff raffle at christmas. the question is would he buy a white golf? correct colour.
increasing doubt, decreasing hope, even my imaginary friend went and changed his mind.

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Re: YES that Mad Bastard Bielsa's brand of football IS good enough for Leeds United

Postby eric olthwaite » Fri May 17, 2019 7:10 pm

Quiffy wrote:
eric olthwaite wrote:There’s a lot of daft buggers getting a bit excited about the fact he bought a car today.

as twitter pointed out, he bought a car for a staff raffle at christmas. the question is would he buy a white golf? correct colour.


Someone else said the club get all their cars through a sponsorship supply deal. I said on the twatter it was a present for the barista in Costa. Nowt would surprise me.


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