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    Realistic Aims for the Season After a Poor Start from Leeds - November 2021
    Given their poor start to the season, do Leeds need to change their aims for the current campaign, in order to make them a little more realistic?
  Can Phillips, Cooper, Roberts, and James pull the Home Nations to the 2022 World Cup? - October 2021
A summer of speculation suggested Middle East billionaires, Ugandan businessmen, American global giants, and even Don Revie's son Duncan might be able to save Leeds from Bates - Neil Warnock couldn't deliver the sort of success that the new owners demainded
  For England, Wales and Scotland, Leeds United have a star player vying for a place at the World Cup in Qatar
  Leeds United in the 21st Century
While there will have been plenty of disappointment in the Leeds United squad following their 5-1 defeat to Manchester United, there won't be anyone pressing the panic button in the Whites' dressing room
  This is the sixth book about Leeds United by Dave Tomlinson - How Leeds moved from Champions' League glory in 2001 through financial collapse, liquidation and disastrous changes of ownership and on to how we took the Premier League by storm
  Bamford Pushing for Euro Call-Up
One of England's standout players, one would be forgiven for thinking the Euros wasn't Kalvin Phillips' first major international tournament
  The news that countries will be able to choose a 26-player squad instead of the usual 23 at this summer's tournament gives a big boost for Bamford's chances of making the cut
Bielsa is going to have to strengthen the squad and, surprisingly, the Championship might be the place he begins his search
20 years ago, Leeds United were at the cusp of appearing in the club's first ever Champions' League final. For supporters fortunate enough to enjoy those heady European nights at Elland Road, along with the exciting continental away trips, the 2000/01 campaign is a cherished memory
  Is The Appointment Of Marcelo Bielsa The Best Thing To Happen To Leeds In Recent Years?
If Klopp takes a liking to Raphinha, is there anything Leeds can do to stop the inevitable from happening?
  Marcelo Bielsa may not have quite reached the highs of Chapman, Ferguson, Wenger or Guardiola yet, but he has revolutionised Leeds United in more ways than one
  Bielsa's Leeds: Redemption

It would have been unimaginable in the 1970s and 80s for Leeds to be considered anyone's second team. Roll on to 2020 and that nasty approach on the pitch, which saw them labelled with the tag of 'Dirty Leeds', is out of the window.

  How Leeds United finally found stability under the ownership of Andrea Radrizzani and returned to the Premier League under the inspiring leadership of Marcelo Bielsa, one of the most revered coaches in the world
The priority for Leeds has to be in ensuring that they now retain their Premier League place - where do they get the defensive reinforcements with Ben White looking a dead deal
Loyalty or even a lack of it is often at the heart of any episode that turns nasty and neither clubs nor players are innocent of wrongdoing. Indeed, both parties are equally as guilty when it comes to looking out for their own interest
Where will Bielsa need to strengthen to ensure Leeds' stay in the Premier League isn't a short one?
This is Dave Tomlinson's fourth book about Leeds United. Why are Leeds United so universally reviled by rival football fans the length and breadth of the country? The story of Revie, Reynolds and Dirty Leeds is truly unique.
This is Dave Tomlinson's third and most ambitious book to date, far more expansive than the ones he's tried before. It runs to almost 600 glorious pages and is a must read for anyone interested in Leeds United.
Dave is a lifelong follower of Leeds United and has developed an encyclopaedic knowledge about the club. He has now had three books published on the club and contributed to a fourth
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