The contrast between Stark Leeds United and Brighton is evident as Graham Potter promises to launch…
Do it for young children in the Jack Charlton Stand.
Do it for those whose songs echo around Elland Road.
Win this game against Brighton to give us hope that this all-consuming Premier League journey we’ve been on can be extended into another season.
The last few months have been difficult. Goals conceded at an alarming rate, games lost in clusters, the name of Leeds United being sucked into the bottom three by a magnetic force.
Marcelo Bielsa was the man with the magnetic appeal, but now it’s Jesse Marsch’s boys who are fighting for the future of this city’s beloved club.
Through it all, our support has never wavered. We followed Jesse and the boys, we always did, we always will.
Of course, it will be nervous, it always is.
A stray pass here, a banter on the ball there, but every moment reflected in a searing run here, an incisive pass there.
If we’re nervous in the stands, think about how they feel on the pitch.
So let’s drop those anxieties and support them like never before on Sunday. Let them roar in all they do; defending a corner, advancing down the field.
The terraces’ love for Leeds United is, and always has been, unconditional.
Now more than ever, we need these 11 men to show that the love is mutual by winning this gigantic game.