Skip to main content Skip to site footer
Club News

Inside your Matchday Programme: Leeds United

A sneak peek inside BEES issue 11

3 November 2017

“While Leeds have not had the rub of the green in recent weeks they still sit just outside the Play-Off positions in seventh place; we will have to be at our best to extend our unbeaten run to nine games.”

From the Dugout: Dean Smith on Leeds United test.

 

“There has been belief all season but, with the results finally turning in our favour, you can sense the confidence flowing through the team and supporters”.

From the Boardroom: Mark Devlin on the fortnight that’s been in TW8.   

 

“Unless Christiansen goes for a completely changed attack, Leeds will go for a 4-2-3-1, which has been the way they have lined up right from the start of the season.”

Hot off the Press: Phil Hay of The Yorkshire Evening Post provides the lowdown on Leeds.  

 

“It would be a great honour to represent Denmark at a World Cup – a career highlight and something I would always be able to look back on.”

The Road to Russia: BEES caught up with Henrik Dalsgaard ahead of the upcoming international break.

 

“Stuart was the man of the moment, grabbing two goals in a 4-1 Brentford win that was as much of a trashing as one could ever hope to see.”

Park Life: Nick Bruzon recalls some Stuart Dallas heroics.

 

“Chris Kamara followed in his father’s footsteps by joining the Royal Navy, training at Torpoint in Cornwall. It was whilst playing for a naval team that he was spotted by Portsmouth Manager Ian St John who signed him as an apprentice after paying the £200 buy-out fee.”

Foot in Both Camps: Chris Kamara takes the spotlight in this week’s FIBC.

 

“He told me that I had ten minutes after the break to liven up or I’d be off, so I decided that I’d go out and show him. We ended up turning the game around and I scored two goals!”

First, Best, Worst: From a dressing down from Dean Smith to walking out at Wembley, we talk to striker Gary Alexander about his first, best and worst moments at Griffin Park.

 

“We don’t ask children to read a book before they have the phonics base to help them; problem solving is practically impossible without a knowledge base and experience to draw from.”

The Last Word: Ben Burgess weighs in on the FA’s rule changes to junior football.  

 

For all the above plus the usual favourites, pick up a copy of BEES around Griffin Park for just £3.50. 


Advertisement block