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The Leeds United hate list is probably the longest, most colourful collection of has-been t***s ever written, so it seems fitting that injury-plagued, self obsessed w****r Harry Kewell should finally reach the dizzy heights of the number one spot.

Harry was already amongst the most hated players in the clubs history thanks to his determination to bankrupt the club when he left several years ago. However, he simply couldn’t pass the special few, who made annoying Leeds United fans into an art-form and surpassed even their own expectations with the levels to which they sank. These special, unique and thankfully ex-Leeds players are the Alan Smith’s and Kevin Nicholls’ of the world who have made topping the list there number one priority.

But, Harry Kewell has now used the ultimate trump card. Just when you thought slagging Leeds off whilst you were the captain of the club and demanding out, or moving to our fiercest rivals was the ultimate betrayal of Leeds United, Harry Kewell not only tops it, but sets a new standard for Worldwide self-obsessed, overpaid, narcissistic t***s to aim at.

If you have been living under a rock, then you won’t know that Harry Kewell achieved this feat by signing for Galatasaray; the club whose fans mocked our own following the killings of Kevin Speight and Christopher Loftus, two Leeds United fans who had travelled to Turkey simply to watch their team play in Europe. Galatasaray have since become the embodiment of everything Leeds United hate, and would even be considered by many Leeds fans to be more hated than Manchester United (scum.)

Congratulations Harry. I hope it pleases you to know how much grief you’ve probably caused Kevin and Christophers families by dragging this whole thing up once more. You can plead ignorrance, and claim it was simply a professional decsion, but even professional footballers aren’t stupid enough to move to a club so passionately hated by your previous one and expect no backlash.

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Fabian Delph - Star of the future. Gary McAllister is determined to strip down the size of Leeds United’s squad to make room for the youngsters coming through the ranks.

 On joining Leeds a couple of months back, McAllister inherited a squad that by size would probably not be far off that of Barcelona or Chelsea (slight exaggeration, perhaps?), but the new gaffer has worked quickly to trim down the numbers, using the recent loan window to offload some of the players that I assume he didn’t need, or who thought required first team experience.

McAllister has already welcomed England Under-19 international, Fabian Delph and Tom Elliot into the first team training sessions since his arrival and is keen to bring more youngsters through as time goes on.

Gary insists that having so many players available for first team selection, hinders the chances of youngsters making it through and wants to move some players out so he can start to blood some of the next generation.

McAllister is a firm believer in grass roots football, and believes this will be Leeds United’s way back to the starry heights of the Premier League.

Leeds United are a club that have always prided themselves on the young players they bring through. The last generation saw stars such as Harry Kewell, Alan Smith and more recently Aaron Lennon coming through the Elland Road ranks, amongst many others and it is this legacy that Leeds will be looking to uphold as they try and build a team capable of restoring Leeds’ top flight status.

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