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It’s Lasogga for Leeds as German signs on season-long loan

Leeds make signing number 16 of the summer, as German striker Pierre-Michel Lasogga joins from Hamburg.

Leeds make Grot 13th signing of the summer

Leeds United have continued their prolific summer business with the signing of young striker Jay-Roy Grot from NEC Nijmegen.

Christiansen believes Leeds ‘deserve’ Premier League spot

Leeds United head coach Thomas Christiansen believes the club “deserve” to be in the Premier League. 

Monk shocks Leeds by resigning as Head Coach

Leeds United head coach Garry Monk has resigned from his position at the club, just days after Andrea Radrizzani completed his takeover at Elland Road.

Campbell can end Leeds’ frustrations in 2018

Crystal Palace striker Fraizer Campbell could be the man to fire Leeds to promotion next season, and here’s why.

Monk blasts Taylor’s advisors as defender nears Leeds exit

Leeds United boss Garry Monk has hit out at Charlie Taylor’s advisors after the young defender refused to play against Wigan on Sunday.

Monk says Leeds must change mentality in the play-off race

Easter Monday’s disappointing 1-0 defeat to Wolves at Elland Road saw the Yorkshire club slip out of the top-six for the first time since November 26th, and they now have a real battle on their hands if they want a shot at promotion.

Leeds: Cellino’s football ban shortened to 12 months

Leeds United chairman Massimo Cellino has seen his 18-month ban from football reduced to 12 months after a successful appeal.

Title winner Wilkinson roots for Monk to deliver for Leeds

(Photo: Action Images) By Adam Clarke HOWARD WILKINSON this year celebrates the 25th anniversary of Leeds winning the old First Division title. Now, he hopes current Elland Road boss Garry Monk can make the milestone extra special by guiding the club to promotion to the Premier League in May. Wilkinson stunned football when his Leeds […]

Where Are They Now? Oxford United’s Division Two champions 1984-85

By Neil Fissler ROBERT MAXWELL is not remembered fondly for most things, but for a short time he was the toast of Oxford United. The club had been elected to the Football League in 1962 and enjoyed some moderate success, with  two promotions in their first six seasons. But they were on the verge of […]


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