Leeds fans have had a bizarre existence the last decade or so. Fans of a certain age will remember taunts of being glory hunters or ‘dirty Leeds’ jibes. The last few years they have been used to pity or humiliation; once giants in English football, now consigned to the lower leagues, bringing 6,000 plus fans 

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If it was any other season, Chelsea’s home win against Sunderland would have barely made the news. The Black Cats are flirting with relegation for quite some time now, while the Blues continue to flourish their trophy cabinet that got a new lease of life since Roman Abramovich revolutionized modern football. But this time is 

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