Leeds United begin their campaign in a thrilling 4-3 loss to champions Liverpool.© AFP
United return to the Premier League after a 16-year hiatus The Oscar-winning actor is no more pleased with Russell Crowe. The 56-year-old star has followed the club since he was a boy who grew up in New Zealand. Crowe – whose love of rugby league prompted him to buy the Australian side South Sydney Rabbit – has also been able to play a variety of roles in narrating a documentary on the club.
The first season ended on a low note in 2018/19 Marcelo BielassaLost in play-offs.
However, an angel followed this previous campaign after finishing two more episodes in Hollywood and saw Bielsa guide them to the championship title and Premier League funding.
“I’ve loved Leeds all my life,” said Crowe, who won the 2001 Best Actor Oscar for Blockbuster Gladiator.
“I used to come home from playing games when I was a kid sitting with my brother to watch Match of the Day, and I was just addicted.
“After years of pain, the White Army was seen going back to the Premier League together where they should be given me nothing but happiness.
“Being able to help tell the incredible story of the last two seasons through Take Us Home has been a real honor.”
Leeds start their campaign in a thrilling 4-3 loss to champions Liverpool In which, like many of Crowe’s films, the audience kept the audience occupied till the end of their seats.
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