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Leeds fans banter Plymouth supporter the entire game for wearing chinos

Chris Byfield

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Leeds fans banter Plymouth supporter the entire game for wearing chinos

Leeds fans mocked a Plymouth supporter for an entire game for wearing chinos.

In the first league meeting between the sides since April 2007, Leeds edged past Plymouth 2-1 to continue their bid for automatic promotion.

Leeds, whose goals came courtesy of Dan James and Joel Piroe, are third in the Championship, but six points behind the top two Leicester and Ipswich.

In the stands, however, the Leeds faithful had one eye on the game, and another on a Plymouth supporter in the away end, who was sporting a pair of chinos.

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As per TashaALTV via X the Plymouth fan was the subject of chants for the entire game on account of his attire.

At first, Leeds fans simply sang, “Chino, Chino, Chino” at the Plymouth supporter.

The chants then developed to, “Take your chinos and f**k off home”, before evolving to: “You should have gone chino shopping.”

Leeds fans then sang, in reference to the 321 miles between the two teams, “It’s a long way to Plymouth in Chinos”, before offering a rendition of “She said no Chinos. She said no.”

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Upon Leeds scoring their second goal, the jubilant home end sang: “No chinos no party” and “Chinos barmy army”.

The moral of the story is that one should not wear chinos to a football match, or anywhere, for that matter.

On the pitch, Leeds boss Daniel Farke was delighted to have claimed a crucial three points. He told BBC Radio Leeds: "When you are so dominant like we were in the first half, 2-0 up, we would've wished to score six or seven goals to win the game confidently. But there is also a good and brave opponent who plays with freedom.

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"Our defending in many ways was excellent. We allowed them one chance. They were clinical, effective, and able to score that goal.

"We made our lives more complicated than it should've been after this performance, after creating so many chances.

"It's three points. I can go home, and am happy."

Featured Image Credit: TashaALTV via X

Topics: Football, Leeds United, EFL Championship

Chris Byfield
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