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We should pay opposing team's backroom

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posted on 17/1/19

What a bite

posted on 17/1/19

We could start up a company that shows PL matches on a square box thing and then people could pay to watch the matches on the box thing, in order to spy on other teams.

posted on 17/1/19

comment by Craig Curran (U1734)
posted 1 minute ago
We could start up a company that shows PL matches on a square box thing and then people could pay to watch the matches on the box thing, in order to spy on other teams.
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😂😂😂
Good one!

posted on 17/1/19

I'm thinking of setting up a wire cutter business and taking in pliers in part exchange for any spies wanting to upgrade their fence cutting tools.

posted on 17/1/19

Quote of the year.........and still in January.

posted on 17/1/19

Tunnels is the future boys , Tunnels

posted on 17/1/19

Leeds sign up El Chapo to assist MB

posted on 17/1/19

El Locco & El Chapo match made in tunnels

posted on 17/1/19

If you don't put a high enough wall around your training ground then you will have people watching. We have had people standing on wheelie bins outside melwood for years until last season when our 1st team was leaked on a Friday each week on twitter.

I saw a picture online today of Crystal Palaces training ground and houses over look it. Anyone can watch from their windows.

It is not illegal and I do not think there is anything wrong with it at all.

posted on 17/1/19

You could start with flying helicopters over the training grounds... Ow wait...

posted on 17/1/19

To say we apparently don't have a rivalry you seem awfully rattled by this

posted on 17/1/19

Leeds do there talking on the pitch. We are top of pretty much every stat/record table as well as the important one (League)

Media just trying to unsettle a team that ticks every box and who should be getting a lot of plaudits.

* Attractive football
* Attacking football
* No big player ego's, any players not willing are moved on (Saiz)
* Academy players playing every week
* 9 of our starting 11 over the past few games have been British
* Brilliant home an away support


Yet all SSN and BBC wanna talk about is our approach of watching teams train which isn't breaking the law

posted on 17/1/19

comment by Shaun M - They wouldn't dare win it would... (U9955)
posted 3 minutes ago
Leeds do there talking on the pitch. We are top of pretty much every stat/record table as well as the important one (League)

Media just trying to unsettle a team that ticks every box and who should be getting a lot of plaudits.

* Attractive football
* Attacking football
* No big player ego's, any players not willing are moved on (Saiz)
* Academy players playing every week
* 9 of our starting 11 over the past few games have been British
* Brilliant home an away support


Yet all SSN and BBC wanna talk about is our approach of watching teams train which isn't breaking the law
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Stop complaining. United have had to deal with the ABUs for decades. Always trying to take us down.

You'll be rid of it next season when you are fighting to avoid relegation.

posted on 17/1/19

comment by Red the Fred (U5318)
posted 34 minutes ago
comment by Shaun M - They wouldn't dare win it would... (U9955)
posted 3 minutes ago
Leeds do there talking on the pitch. We are top of pretty much every stat/record table as well as the important one (League)

Media just trying to unsettle a team that ticks every box and who should be getting a lot of plaudits.

* Attractive football
* Attacking football
* No big player ego's, any players not willing are moved on (Saiz)
* Academy players playing every week
* 9 of our starting 11 over the past few games have been British
* Brilliant home an away support


Yet all SSN and BBC wanna talk about is our approach of watching teams train which isn't breaking the law
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Stop complaining. United have had to deal with the ABUs for decades. Always trying to take us down.

You'll be rid of it next season when you are fighting to avoid relegation.
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I think the issue stems from the same sources/groups putting forward this notion of Leeds being not a big club or underperforming (at best), then when things start to change we are suddenly national news with these areas trying to tear us down.

That being said, I don't think that these groups have succeeded wholly. Seen plenty of people siding with Leeds on this issue.

posted on 17/1/19

Outraged

posted on 17/1/19

Pathetic WUM article.

Must try harder.

posted on 17/1/19

Snowflake baby

posted on 17/1/19

Only watched three PL games this season and two have involved ManU, bit of tweaking and will be disappointed if we don't make CL next season,

comment by Greg- (U1192)

posted on 17/1/19

comment by AndDonRevieistheKing (U7852)
posted 35 minutes ago
Only watched three PL games this season and two have involved ManU, bit of tweaking and will be disappointed if we don't make CL next season,
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Like the good old days?
I'm actually looking forward to Leeds being back in the PL, even if you are a bunch of feckers.

posted on 17/1/19

comment by Greg- (U1192)
posted 9 minutes ago
comment by AndDonRevieistheKing (U7852)
posted 35 minutes ago
Only watched three PL games this season and two have involved ManU, bit of tweaking and will be disappointed if we don't make CL next season,
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Like the good old days?
I'm actually looking forward to Leeds being back in the PL, even if you are a bunch of feckers.
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What's the story behind Manchester United and Plymouth?

posted on 17/1/19

too late....already happening...from The Telegraphy this evening.....

...”One source connected to a leading Premier League club, however, told The Telegraph it was known inside football that representatives of at least two prominent clubs are ready to pay for informed team news. That might be to an employee of a rival club, an agent, a player or even a relative of a player.

Watching opposition training sessions wherever possible, and gathering intelligence through a network of contacts, was also said to be standard. According to the source, the general attitude is that it is for each club to maintain privacy over training sessions and ensure that they employ people who do not give out team news.....”

comment by Greg- (U1192)

posted on 17/1/19

comment by Lubo - Get Excited for Leeds United (U14008)
posted 32 minutes ago
comment by Greg- (U1192)
posted 9 minutes ago
comment by AndDonRevieistheKing (U7852)
posted 35 minutes ago
Only watched three PL games this season and two have involved ManU, bit of tweaking and will be disappointed if we don't make CL next season,
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Like the good old days?
I'm actually looking forward to Leeds being back in the PL, even if you are a bunch of feckers.
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What's the story behind Manchester United and Plymouth?
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Dads from Plymouth. He takes us to see matches around the country. I dont support them. I just enjoy watching football.

posted on 17/1/19

comment by Greg- (U1192)
posted 13 minutes ago
comment by Lubo - Get Excited for Leeds United (U14008)
posted 32 minutes ago
comment by Greg- (U1192)
posted 9 minutes ago
comment by AndDonRevieistheKing (U7852)
posted 35 minutes ago
Only watched three PL games this season and two have involved ManU, bit of tweaking and will be disappointed if we don't make CL next season,
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Like the good old days?
I'm actually looking forward to Leeds being back in the PL, even if you are a bunch of feckers.
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What's the story behind Manchester United and Plymouth?
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Dads from Plymouth. He takes us to see matches around the country. I dont support them. I just enjoy watching football.
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Got a lot of respect for Plymouth fans. There's dedication, and then there's dedication.

posted on 18/1/19

comment by T Bone Steak Roysters (U3947)
posted 7 hours ago
If you don't put a high enough wall around your training ground then you will have people watching. We have had people standing on wheelie bins outside melwood for years until last season when our 1st team was leaked on a Friday each week on twitter.

I saw a picture online today of Crystal Palaces training ground and houses over look it. Anyone can watch from their windows.

It is not illegal and I do not think there is anything wrong with it at all.
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Nice one T-Bone

posted on 18/1/19

I like the drama that this created.

I'd say the issue is more to with the lack of protection that's been taken that's surprising. If your training ground is easily viewable by the public, then the opposition would be stupid not to get someone to spy on you.

It's not like he used drones or actually went into their private space.

This is furore is probably down to the illusionary sense of fair play by the British sportsmen and media. I say illusionary as it, in practice, doesn't really exist.

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