I read Peter Ridsdale's autobiography the other week and have to say I was quite stunned at how he has been painted as the bad boy of the Leeds Utd downfall (provided what he had to say is true of course!). I started reading it to have a bit of a gloat at a team I dislike (and I have to say a man I had reservations about because of the press perception of him) and ended up feeling gutted for the bloke. I note with equal interest that the people he seems to lay the blame at the door of have been rather slow to come out of the woodwork and deny any of it. It also interests me that the two clubs he has been involved at since his departure from Leeds recently contested one of this seasons FA cup semi finals and one (his current team) is in the final. Doesn't exactly reek of the poor leadership he was accused of at Leeds does it? He squarely lays the blame at the feet of the Leeds board, David O'leary (who's involvement in some transfer dealings look to be more than a little suspect!) and the chairman who took over from him and made some monumentally bad calls. Anyone else read it? Thoughts?