Rob: a long road back?

Rob Hutchison was driving, he told Olivia, who texted Colin, who group e-mailed asking if anyone could put this up and I (John Mac) picked up the message. That’s teamwork.

Did we see any teamwork at Elland Road? I thought we were OK, Pete’s seven word text suggests we did and now we have some corroboration.

What a pity it’s too late

Hi Colin,

Dad’s driving as usual, here we go…

Cracking away day. As always, not enough.

Camp – 7 Decent 

Wilson – 6 Better 

Kone – 7 Athletic 

Hutch and Olivia

O’Shea – 7 Consistent 

Love – 6 Steady

Cattermole – 6 Aggressive 

Gooch – 7 Tireless

Honeyman – 6 Busy-bee 

McNair – 8 Excellent

McGeady – 7 Threatening

Fletcher – 7 Unlucky 

Ejaria – 6 Brief 

Macmanaman – 7 Manic

Lualua – 6 Briefer

Away support – 11 Legends, everyone 

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  1. Eric012 April 8, 2018 at 11:26 am #

    Away Support – £37 – ripped off.

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