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Leeds United: Light at the End of the Tunnel

The story of Leeds United's 2011/2012 season as seen by one lifelong fan, now a season ticket holder, who set himself the challenge in 2011/2012 of seeing every game live. It is the story of another tumultuous season in the history of Leeds United and of what is involved in following a team around the country, home and away, covering some 11,500 miles, 50 games, and many, many burgers! It tells of how the season began with great hopes for promotion, how the club and it's fans dealt with the emotional news of Gary Speed's death, the loss of form in mid season, the sacking of Simon Grayson, and the perceived light at the end of the tunnel that is the appointment of Neil Warnock as the manager who it is hoped will return Leeds to the Premiership. Set all the time against the parallel world of what is going on in the life of the author and how the two worlds come together on match days.

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