Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Tuesday 11th September 2012

Today marks the 11 year anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center's in New York. The images of that day will probably never leave us & will never become any less disturbing. RIP to all the innocent people who lost their lives that day and the hero's that sacrificed their lives trying to save others. Never Forgotten.

As a fan of Wrestling too, I would like to add a get well soon message to Jerry 'The King' Lawler who had a heart attack at the taping of WWE Raw last night. Get well soon King!!!!

So, as we know, we didn't play last week due to International games being played over the course of the weekend/week. 

Lots of Leeds players have gone their separate ways to represent their countries in the past week and here is how they have done so far:

Tom Lees made his debut last night for the final 13 minutes of England U21's match against Norway after being called up to the squad by manager Stuart Pearce.

Aidy White was handed the captains armband last night and he lead The Republic Of Ireland U21's to victory against Italy against all odds. ROI ended the game with 9 men on the pitch but still managed to win the game 4-2.

Rodolph Austin scored in Jamaica's match against USA  to help them win the game 2-1.

Ross McCormack was un-used in Scotland's goalless draw against Serbia at the weekend. Scotland play again tonight against Macedonia.

Fingers crossed that everyone that has played/yet to play comes back to Leeds with no injuries and is ready to crack on with the rest of the season :o)

At the moment the squad is looking paper thin, we are without Paul Green and now David Norris so Warnock is looking to bring a couple of midfielders in on loan.

It has been rumoured that Jermaine Jenas is on his way from Tottenham who has struggled with injuries in the past and is looking to get back into first team football, though no official word as yet.

Early start for us lot this weekend as we get straight back into it and travel to Cardiff.

This is only my 2nd time to the Cardiff City Stadium and its not all that exciting. Flat pack stadium straight from the Ikea catalogue. The best part about this stadium is the toilets, they are MASSIVE.

Though I'm not excited about the stadium, or the fact that I'll be visiting the capital city of Wales, I am excited that we can get back to some club football after what feels like an AGE!!

MOT xx <3 xx

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