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  • Tom Tom Jan 23, 2013 23:08 Flag

    Out of the frying pan and into the fire.

    Window Open or closed ?
    GHF intimated in November there would be at least £3 Mill to buy new players in January window
    Agents pestering Warnock for their players to come to Leeds. Warnock says I hear you knocking but you cant come in. Go deal with Harvey.
    Eight days to go and Harvey’s seems to have lost Warnock’s list.
    Sounds familiar ..Maybe our banker owners are waiting for more favourable exchange rates before releasing funds to Harvey.
    As my Irish mate would say "fooked again"

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    • we have been told leeds cant afford to keep tate if we get a striker in ,whats going on?

    • Well it seems Warnock will leave it to the last minute on the signings! lets hope we get at least 2 before the window shuts? eight days to go folks, heres hoping. MOT

    • becchio has put in transfer request it says everything about leeds again not being able to hold on to good players

    • I never understood the 52 Million if that's correct, they could of paid 35 and spent 10 gained promotion and got their returns with the 60 million tv contract! Bates must be laughing all the way to Monaco's bank!

    • Football is one of the UK's best exports; it is a golden goose, Allow people like Bates and mates to get away with dark dealings that alienate fans - the lifeblood of the goose - then the goose will die and all the golden eggs that Sky and other media are relying on to make a killing will eventually be worth nothing.
      If only for their self interest, the authorities that control football should take a serious look at what has been, and seems to be continuing, to be going on at Leeds. Whether there will ever be a serious investigation one can only guess. Becuse of the way football governance is set up (as private companies that are unanswerable to public scrutiny) there are too many pigs with their snouts in the trough to ever want to make football open, honest, transparent, and decent as it fans see it.
      Bates is destroying Leeds, as he woved he would, but he is also destroying football. Leeds is an exemplar of the game. It is a city with one club. The alternative to football in Leeds is rugby and that's where LUFC's supporters will go after Bates has destoyed the club. From that point it won't take too long for other UK cities to switch from football to rugby - a game that the vast US market can relate to - and pretty soon football (soccer) will return to being a game played for excercise amongst lads on the village green or in the local park.