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History of Leeds | James Rhodes
Leeds propaganda account. Passionate about Leeds, its history & its sports teams. “On this day in Leeds” out now. The Story of Leeds in tweets coming soon.
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes 18h
With 10 minutes to go, I bracing myself for another week of people tweeting meaningless stats about xG , big chances and fairness.
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes 18h
I wonder if Lucius Calidus Eroticus and Fannia Voluptas knew Biggus Dickus? One for you,
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes 18h
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes 19h
I can forgive her the jewel case but not inciting two other women to attempt to burn down Headingley Stadium in 1913!
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes 19h
In the evening's other debate, deservedly defeated my attempt at having the blue plaque of 'terrorist' Leonora Cohen removed!
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 15
Replying to @ArcticReviews
We haven't looked threatening from corners since Ian Baird used to flick them on at the near post.
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 15
I switched over to the football because I thought we'd never get Smith out (then we did) and then switched back to the cricket because I thought Leeds would never score! You're welcome.
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 15
Still some tickets available for this afternoon’s Blue Plaque Trial in which we take a tongue in cheek look at some of Leeds’s blue plaque recipients followed by a more serious discussion about who should be commemorated & how. 5pm ⁦
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 15
Still some tickets available for this afternoon’s Blue Plaque Trial in which we take a tongue in cheek look at some of Leeds’s blue plaque recipients followed by a more serious discussion about who should be commemorated & how. 5pm ⁦
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 15
Our biggest fans this week: PeteNorth303, llewelyn_morgan, guernseylibrary. Thank you! via
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Football Manager Hair on Politicians Sep 15
Jess Phillips with the hair of Lee Bowyer.
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 14
Replying to @Hudsonweather
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 14
Replying to @holland_tom
It’s a good job Alexander the Great wasn’t around to see Don Revie remove the peacock from the Leeds United crest because he believed it brought bad luck.
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 14
Replying to @allanholloway
Shades of Headingley 1948 with Smith & Labuschagne playing the parts of Bradman & Morris.
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 14
A great gesture to give this kick to JJB on an emotional night at Headingley last night.
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 3
Please come along to this free event on 15th Sept at which I've been given the unenviable task of 'prosecuting' one of the most illustrious figures in Leeds's history. M'learned friend will put the case for the defence. You will be judge and jury.
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 14
One of the business rivals of the heir of the current Duke of Wellington is Jean-Christophe Napoleon, heir of Napoleon Bonaparte.
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 14
Replying to @ClareMatic
Ha yes but I won’t be much of a guest speaker if I say nowt 😂
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 13
Replying to @ChrisNickson2
My whole life!
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History of Leeds | James Rhodes Sep 13
Today’s the day 🍰🧁🍩🍪🥧
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