Friday, September 17, 2010
The Championship - Leeds Utd
Over the years, Leeds have changed the on-field architecture about as often as they've changed managers.
Under Don Revie, from the 60's -
through to the early 70's, when they installed Continental D's (and from 3.00, extracted the urine) -
Revie went and Cloughie came and went - and the Continental D's went with him;
Leeds were relegated with Alan Clarke, came back with Howard Wilkinson, and won the first Division, all with Continental D's -
They continued with George Graham through the mid-90's, with only a slight alteration to the D;
Then came Dr Faustus dressed as David O'Leary, to whom the Devil offered a deal. You can live the dream -
But you'll need to install box goalnets...