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Bradford fans produce Leeds United fanzine for Christmas

City_gentBradford City fanzine The City Gent has created a special Leeds United edition just in time for Christmas. The Super L666ds tribute book features no less than 36 blank pages. Billed as "diligent and exacting" and "Everything you ever wanted to know about the not so massive club that was Super L666ds," the book is the follow-up to two similar publications produced 20 years ago.

Editor Mike Harrison was inspired to revive the idea given Leeds current precarious position in the Championship. He is already facing the wrath of angry Leeds supporters but said: "As the Welsh comedian Rob Brydon might say 'it's just a bit of fun.' Feel free to bring out a Bradford City version, and put me down for the first copy!"

Click here for details on ordering Super L666ds. And here's proof that Leeds have at least a bit of heritage!

[Rob Parker]

December 11, 2006 in Funny old game, League One, The Championship | Permalink

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