Date: 1st May 2019 at 5:00pm
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In case you missed it last night, the ruling from the game against Aston Villa was made yesterday with some rather interesting outcomes.

Patrick Bamford was charged, Anwar El Ghazi was cleared – perhaps both fairly – and Conor Hourihane, strangely, was cleared.

Of course, it might not be strange when you consider it was a decision against us as these players seem to get away with it more against our boys.

Frankly, Hourihane’s actions were awful and it sets a worrying precedent – as the Sergi Canos debacle did as well.

Leeds need to rise above it, though, and the best motivation to do that will come from seeing that a Premier League place is just three games away.

We can finally leave the Championship with wins and we must use this injustice to spur us on at this crucial time of the season.

Maybe, in that instance, things will end up proving a blessing in disguise.

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4 Replies to “Recent injustice could prove blessing in disguise for Leeds”

  • The other missing outcomes were the ‘we’ll give you a glass of water instead if an oscar for the hammy acting in the centre circle to Kodija.

    Also missing wad an oscar for set design for the Villa bench for producing the stretcher just ehen it wasn’rt needed.

    If Kodija had an injury, bump or bruise Billa would be yelling it from the rooftops.

  • Or maybe it’s migrated to his index finger (top of, only) and he was trying to show Marcelo that that is where it lives now.

  • And yeah. Good punch Hourihane !

    I have never bought into the F A conspiracy against Leeds. I’ve always thought it’s mainly individual refs that hate us.

    For the very first time, now I do.

    Let’s just give the early playoff semi to 4th and 5th because it’s a derby.

    Yeah, right….

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