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Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Immutable Law of the Ex Promises Success for Leeds at Reading

As a West Ham fan, I know all about the Immutable Law of the Ex: Joe Cole scored for both Chelsea and Liverpool against us; Glenn Johnson has done the same; Defoe had the decency to miss a penalty or two but has also netted; Lampard rams the Fat Frank jibes down our throats on a regular basis; 'Arry has only lost one game as a manager against us if my memory serves me correctly; and even Rio has knocked one (or is it two?) past our keeper. Dear God, if we could find a buyer for Maiga, even he would score!

And, of course, the ILOTE doesn't just kick us in the bollocks. Who can forget Dennis Law's goal for Man City that confirmed the Scum's relegation to the old Second Division? And, of course, Cantona  bagged a beauty in that infamous 4-0 tonking at Elland Road at the hands of the Scum. What about Jordan and McQueen? They must surely have scored against their former employers too!

But the beauty of the Law is it cuts both ways and after his goalless start to the season, the odds are surely in favour of Cockney Rhyming Slang favourite Noel Hunt opening his account against Reading. In fact, with Father Brian returning to the club that disgracefully sacked him, the neutrals, for once, will actually be cheering Leeds on to victory.

The omens are in favour of Leeds and, should victory be secured, promotion will become a very real possibility.

25 comments:

  1. I will respond to you. after months / years of reading your blogs, you may of actually written something worth reading. Come across to the good side and stop following losers. We all know you want to!!! MOT (and you)

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  2. Am i reading ('scuse the pun) the right blog? The first, and probably last time, I've read an ounce of common sense instead of the mindless provocative bollocks. I'm going to Reading tomorrow - with a justified sense of optimism.

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  3. You on happy pills!

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  4. Yawn yawn yawn.....did I miss something other than the tag-line, a pathetic attempt to manipulate with minds of the poor souls who take this blog seriously which in reality boils down to the author, Jack and other anonymous same-author contributions - and the very occasional stunted Leeds Utd supporter.

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  5. they all scored against you a) because most players do
    b)its been ten years since they left west ham so it was bound to happen



    boring

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  6. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  7. changed your tune on this one cockney boy, not going for a 2 0 home win like you did on saturday. dont you want egg on your face again.

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  8. That just says to the world west ham can't keep hold of any player who is any good you've made yourself look a twat once again!!!! Racist scumbag

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  9. oh dear. we can see through this gamesmanship from you hf!!!!

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  10. Get up off of your knees Troll, it's embarrassing!

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  11. yes im sure Andrew Caroll will bag a brace against Newcastle and Liverpool once his injured hair has fully recovered. How is the West Ham strike rate at the moment? I will tell you, its 6 on target so far this season in the league. Any comments on that little nugget of information?

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  12. Good God !!
    I'm begining to like you!

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  13. Looking at the attendances tonight in the championship averaging approx 13.33K.This is less than half of the average home attendance for Leeds.
    and only 8,400 Millwall morons in attendance to see them win.....
    no cameras on Sat at Elland Rd so maybe boost the average....Jack

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  14. Who wrote this? Hammersfan Jekyll or Jack Hyde?

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  15. One of your better posts :)

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  16. Usually the best team on the day wins?
    or you a superstitious revie-ite?

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  17. A nice article for once. I hope Hunt and Brian have the last laugh tonight. Then for balance, expect Becchio to knock one past us later in the season playing for whichever championship club he ends up at. Ce la vie.

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  18. He's now jumping on the Leeds bandwagon to try and restore some credibity after every Leeds prediction he made this year went horribly tits up

    Clever readers will have noticed however that he has not clearly predicted Leeds will win. This allows him to'claim' he said they would if they do and also to save his face if they don't.
    He's a bit of a weasel eh folks !

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  19. Neville , go boil you're head ya twat ,,; law of the ex ??? Like you said the law of the ex would result in beckford and bolton winning 2-0 ... you talk bollox nev

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    1. Your bang on Mate! Spam dangler dictates himself all the time whilst trying to be clever! Anyhow, Come on Leeds!!!!!

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  20. "should victory be secured, promotion will become a very real possibility"

    It wasn't and it won't.

    HM x

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    1. not this mincer again!!!/?

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    2. hahaha genesis fan!

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  21. I thought you'd moved up Hammersfan's arse permanently Headmaster?
    Nice to see you poking your head out now and again...

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