Last season we were rubbish and finished 15th but the fight was something they could get behind and enjoy.

” Lifelong Leeds United fan Josh Warrington would consider using Marcelo Bielsa’s famous blue bucket as his stool for his next fight. Warrington is due to defend his IBF featherweight title against Kid Galahad at the First Direct Arena in Leeds on June 15. getty 2 IBF featherweight champion Josh Warrington Bielsa is often seen on the touchline perching on an upside down blue bucket.

Warrington was asked if he would consider using one as his stool for his next fight in an interview with The Sun. Marcelo Bielsa’s bucket already third in the all-time list behind 1) Oor Wullie’s and 2) Charlie.

Expect some sponsorship on it before the next home game. — Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) August 6, 2018 /**/ /**/ “That would be nice,” he said. “But I’m not sure whether my dad would lift it in and out of the corner quick enough. “Bielsa is amazing, though, a proper box of tricks. The players speak so highly of him, he makes us all believe.” 2 Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa The 29-year-old won the title at Elland Road in May 2018 with a split decision win over Lee Selby.

He has since gone on to defeat former champion Carl Frampton in Manchester in December 2018. Warrington, who was fighting for the third time at Leeds United’s home, described the feeling of walking out and trying to win a world title at Elland Road.

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That day there was a Royal wedding, an FA Cup final, the weather was amazing, Lucas Radebe, my boyhood hero, walked me out, Kaiser Chiefs played me out live?.?.?.?” ” ” It was another busy and frantic day in the Gallagher Premiership on Saturday, with the stars of the Guinness Six Nations returning to club action. There as a London derby at West Ham’s London stadium as champions Saracens took on Harlequins.

4 There was a nail-biting finale during Worcester’s trip to Bristol Gloucester looked to maintain their push for a play-off place as they welcomed Wasps to Kingsholm. And Bristol welcomed Worcester in what was a relegation battle with a nail-biting finish. Scroll down to see a comprehensive review of all the action.

SARACENS 27-20 HARLEQUINS 4 Skleton was unplayable at West Ham’s London Stadium Will Skelton took centre stage at the London Stadium by rescuing Saracens with two unstoppable short-range tries in a 27-20 Gallagher Premiership victory over Harlequins. The champions fought back from a 17-6 interval deficit through touchdowns by Schalk Burger and Skelton to breathe life into a capital derby that had served up a dismal first half in front of a 42,717 crowd.

Quins were able to capitalise on the repeated mistakes made by Saracens to seize control when half-backs Marcus Smith and Danny Care crossed. But the match was turned on its head from the moment the second half began and the fightback was done the hard way after Billy Vunipola and David Strettle had tries disallowed. On both occasions JP Doyle’s decision-making was disputed by Saracens, who claimed that the referee should have allowed the scores to stand.

The second ended with Care and Liam Williams being sent to the sin-bin for a lengthy scuffle. But the home pack had woken up and it was another muscular short-range drive by Skelton, the outstanding Australia lock who was also named man of the match, which ultimately subdued Harlequins.

GLOUCESTER 27-14 WASPS 4 Jake Polledri goes over for Gloucester Gloucester maintained their push for a Gallagher Premiership play-off place after beating Wasps 27-14 at Kingsholm. First-half tries by captain Willi Heinz and flanker Ruan Ackermann put Wasps on the back foot, while centre Billy Twelvetrees kicked two conversions and a penalty.

Wasps have won just two of their last 14 games in all competitions, and their play-off hopes effectively evaporated despite a promising start that saw them lead through wing Marcus Watson’s try and two Rob Miller penalties. Miller booted a third penalty 17 minutes from time, and Wasps’ England back Elliot Daly sent a long-range kick well wide as Gloucester had to dig deep. But a late Twelvetrees penalty and Jake Polledri touchdown that Twelvetrees converted ensured victory.

BRISTOL 25-27 WORCESTER 4 Worcester celebrated their narrow victory Worcester completed the double with a nail-biting 27-25 win over Bristol to boost their hopes of avoiding relegation from the Gallagher Premiership. Warriors won 52-7 at Sixways back in October but they had to work much harder for this success and by overcoming a number of setbacks and two yellow cards to pick up a crucial win.

Ted Hill, Josh Adams and Ben Te’o scored their tries with Duncan Weir converting all three and adding two penalties. Luke Morahan and Callum Sheedy scored tries for Bristol. There was also a penalty try award with Sheedy kicking two penalties and a conversion. “

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