Rants and Opinions

Ross McCormack - Back on Message?

Hero or Zero? Ross McCormack has polarised opinions in the early part of the season. Have his four goals at Charlton proved he can be the leader of the team?

Where The Hell Did That Come From

If this is Brian McDermott under pressure then heap it on. The Leeds boss revamped his side on Sunday to bring an end to recent pessimism. Couple that with the emergence of Andros Townsend as England's newest superstar and it's been a strange week!

Reality Check Gives No Cause for Concern

Defeat at home, a half full stadium and no incoming transfers. 12 months ago it would have been doom and gloom, but now Leeds fans' shouldn't feel too downhearted. Things are looking up.

Will He Stay or Will He Go - Fans and Board Clash

Another Transfer Window and another big name at Elland Road could be moving out of the door. Do Leeds need to move on Ross McCormack to improve the squad, or to improve their balance sheet?

Clarkyboy's Comments - Transfer Priorities

Leeds manager Brian McDermott has been chasing his fourth signing of the summer for a long time. With the season now underway, Stephen Clark gives his assesment of where the money, if there is any, should be spent.

Leeds United - Falling In Love Again?

Things have been bleak at Leeds United for too long, but a summer which has seen the removal of some of the most hated figures in the clubs history may well be the spark that reignites the supporters passion for the club.

We're Leeds United, We're Passing The Ball

A 1-0 win over Burnley was a great result but it was the performance that was the most encouraging thing on the night. Hoofball seems to be a thing of the past and that is thanks to just one man - Brian McDermott

The First Step on the Road Back - Welcome to Brian

After stumbling through a season of interminable misery, have Leeds United taken the first steps back to normality with the appointment of Brian McDermott?

Can Leeds United Stave Off Relegation?

Leeds United have been sucked into the relegation battle in the Championship. Through It All Togehter looks back at where it all went so wrong this season and asks can Leeds United stave off relegation?

Were They Fit To Wear The Shirt? Another Set of Ds

Take your mind of the stresses of worrying who will be the next Leeds United manager and focus on the important things. Which of this collection of D's deserves to join our Hall of Shame of the worst players to wear the shirt in the last 25 years.


Indecision - The GFH Way

Neil Warnock can't believe his luck. Ready to clear his desk after a season of failure, he survives as Leeds United boss because of the indecisive way GFH Capital are running the club. What on earth are GFH's plans for Leeds United?

White Fan Plan - What the new Leeds boss needs.

There has been a blueprint for success throughout the history of Leeds United. A core of young players blended with experience and sprinkled with grit and determination. Which candidate to replace Neil Warnock is best placed to succeed.

Were They Fit To Wear The Shirt? Da Costa to Derry

The first collection of D's to have worn the colours of Leeds United in the 20+ years Stephen Clark has been watching the club are looked at this week. It's a slightly better collection than the usual dross with some particularly fine midfielders.

Neil Warnock - A job well done

Neil Warnock has been quick to tell the media in recent weeks what a fantastic job he has done at Leeds United. With just ten games left of his reign, is that true or has he left the real hard work to be done by his successor.

What on earth has happened to the TANK

Rodolph Austin's form has changed dramatically to the point where it feels like Leeds have 10 men on the pitch. Through It All Together analyse what has happened to the Jamaican international.

Were They Fit To Wear The Shirt - The C's 2nd XI

The next bunch of C's to represent Leeds United are documented here and we need your votes for who was the worst. From a youth team goalkeeper to a the archetypal journeyman, laced with the odd bit of class we look at the League One years and beyond.

What if we won promotion?

If we clawed our way back into the Premier League what would happen with us next season? Could we stay up? Would Warnock stay on? Would we have money to invest? Would it be worth our while, or should we stay in the second tier another year?

Were They Fit To Wear The Shirt - First XI C's

Who will be the fifth player to join the Hall of Shame alongside Andrews, Brolin, Bravo and Bessone. Stephen Clark takes a look at a bunch of C's who represented the Whites prior to relegation to League One

We're Not Famous Anymore! But we can dream

Aspirations can be the inspiration to lift Leeds United from the doldrums of the Championship to the pinnacle of the English game. We might be deluded to think that we can be an elite club again, but is better to dream than accept mediocrity.

Clarkyboy's Comments - You Say TOMATWO I say TOMA2

Leeds United are the gift that just keeps giving. For someone who needs to write a weekly column on the events at Elland Road, Stephen Clark is never short of material and Sunday's revelations of another potential takeover saga leaves plenty to go at

Fit To Wear The Shirt - Ups and Downs With the B's

The years between 1996 and 2007 were full of ups and downs, but the players who played in that era with surnames beginning with B were a generally unspectacular bunch. So who shone brightly and who were the real duds.

Clarkyboy's Comments - Sleeping Giant or Comatose?

Another disappointing day at Elland Road. Paltry crowd, putrid football and past it players. Do Leeds United have the desire to set sail for the upper echelons of the game or is Elland Road doomed to drift aimlessly like the Marie Celeste forever?

Becchio or Morison?

Following today's news that Luciano Becchio and Steve Morison have swapped clubs, Through It All Together wants to know who you would prefer to see up front for Leeds United?

Sgt Wilko's B Company -

Whilst attention is focused on the closure of the transfer window, take away the stresses and strains by taking a trip down memory lane and looking at the next 10 players who have to be judged if they were fit to wear the shirt.

Can We Play You Every Week

What turns Leeds United from a side playing terrible football on a regular basis, to one capable of beating a top four Premier League side. Is it the fact that the manager and his squad of journeymen don't have the stomach to fight regularly?

Were They Fit To Wear The Shirt

There have been over 300 hundred players to wear the colours of Leeds United since 1989. Through It All Together take an A-Z look at the good, the bad and the downright horrendous in the search for the worst player to wear the white shirt.

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