eric olthwaite wrote:We’ve not heard from DL have we? Bit worried the Littlehampton Burberry massive might have cut him up.
I survived. Came home, ate curry, drank beer, watched two more episodes of Trust... then fell asleep on sofa.
Anyway, there was a minor amount of argy bargy in the back of the Barry Kitchener stand this afternoon, when a secret Leeds fan became known to a few of the local Cockney Wankalikes. Various insults were exchanged, a few faces reddened, some fingers jabbed the air menacingly - the air doesn't like that - stewards in oddly tight suits were called over, and threats made [then left unfulfilled]. Fortunately, none of it involved Agent Zigzag here, but some other spark just inside the VIP section who [it was said] had unwisely started singing along to songs emanating from the away end. Fellah stood up for himself, then left early in the second half when it had all blown over. All a bit odd, really.
As for the match, I thought we'd have been hard done by not to have equalised, then almost lost it straight afterwards. As some have said, we missed both Pablo and Roofe very badly. Roberts could have had a hat-trick. Harrison did well with his goal - I'd pretty much resigned myself to an undeserved defeat by that stage. Thought we didn't move the ball fast enough from the back today. Agree that Klich and Samu dovetailed well - Saiz was easily the best player on the park, which was great to see in a match he would have been expecting to have been a target for them. Ayling wasn't great defensively. Bielsa definitely lost his rag with Harris when the latter was time-wasting.
Overall, happy with the point, even though we were the only team trying to play football for the second successive match. How are we going to score against Preston?
Off to bed now. Thank you for worrying about me.