With the footballing world still being on hold across the globe, it’s pretty safe to say that the first weekend without the Premier League and Championship was a rather gloomy and boring one.
With no new football to watch, write about or play, many supporters, journalists and football players alike had to find other ways of entertaining themselves and somehow getting their dose of sport.
For Leeds United journalist, Graham Smyth, that actually meant watching his club play some FIFA in an attempt to write history with the Whites on the popular video game.
Other than watching Leeds United fail to make history by conceding at Cardiff City* and missing out on six clean sheet victories in a row, how have you filled the first Whites fixture-less day?
— Graham Smyth (@GrahamSmyth) March 15, 2020
But their effort to tally six clean sheets in a row was halted by a surging Cardiff who foiled their plans by rattling the inside of their net in the first half of the clash.
Still, the game ended with a 3-1 Leeds United victory over the opposition, courtesy of a Patrick Bamford brace and a sublime Jack Harrison free-kick to seal the deal and bring it home.
It might have been a weekend without proper football but it seems clubs still managed to find ways to entertain the masses and it certainly worked.
Leeds fans, how did you spend your first weekend without the Whites playing? Let us know down in the comment section below!
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