Leeds Are Going to the Premier League - Leeds United Season 2019-20 - Promotion in their Centenary Year!
Marcelo Bielsa achieved the dream for thousands of fans as Leeds United were promoted to the Premier League in their centenary year, after a 16-year exile. For Leeds fans, fantastic football displays on show to sell-out crowds’ home and away became the norm.
The emotional journey as a fan is captured by Heidi who as a home and away season ticket holder, relates the moments of this season in person. The Coronavirus lockdown threatened to put a dent in fans’ hopes when the season came to an abrupt halt in March.
When games resumed behind closed doors in June, Leeds United rose to the challenge, although it was a tense time with a three-horse race to victory. With two games left to play, Leeds were promoted and confirmed as Champions without playing, as results went their way.
Heidi Haigh's photos show fans who follow their team through thick and thin. This book is based on her popular blog shared around the world; Follow Me and Leeds United.
About the Author
Heidi has been following Leeds United for nearly 50 years since the Revie years and is a current season ticket holder in the Kop along with her two youngest daughters Danielle and Emily. All the family have been brought up to support the Whites.
Heidi's trademark beret made her well known amongst players and fans alike, and former players still stop her in the street to say hello. She has had many articles and pictures published, from the Yorkshire Evening Post to the Daily Express.
Following Leeds United has taken Heidi, a fanatic, all over the country and the world. As well as writing her books, her ambition is to get a group of fans to record all the old songs fans have sung over the years.
Heidi’s six other books are: Follow Me and Leeds United; Once a Leeds fan, always a Leeds fan; The Sleeping Giant Awakens, Leeds United 2016-17; Back to Reality, Leeds United 2017-18; Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United; and co-author of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Leeds United - Leeds United in the 1980s.
For more information and the books written by Heidi see her 'Meet Our Authors' page
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