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Roofe sets Leeds United on way to win in final game of season

Leeds United’s disappointing season ended on a cheerier note as they comfortably beat QPR 2-0 in front of a big crowd at Elland Road.

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Kalvin Phillips Leeds United in front at Norwich. Picture Tony Johnson.

Leeds United boss admits he has to change mentality of team after latest defeat

Head coach Paul Heckingbottom was left frustrated by Leeds United’s latest defeat as they went down tamely at Norwich.

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Hernandez thanks Leeds United fans for support after signing new deal

Player of the year candidate Pablo Hernandez has signed a new two-year deal to stay with Leeds United.

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Tom Pearce celebrates scoring his first goal for Leeds United. Picture: Simon Hulme

Pearce’s first goal helps Leeds United to edge out Barnsley

Paul Heckingbottom got one over his former club as the head coach saw his Leeds United team beat Barnsley 2-1 at sunny Elland Road.

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Bailey Peacock-Farrell stands large to save a shot from Aston Villa's Lewis Grabban. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Leeds United’s poor away run continues at Aston Villa

Leeds United’s travelling fans suffered more misery as their side failed to score in going down to another defeat in front of the Sky Cameras at Aston Villa.

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Caleb Ekuban reacts after missing a chance for Leeds United at Preston. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Patched up Leeds United lose on travels again at Preston

Depleted Leeds United suffered another defeat on their travels as they came away from Preston North End with a 3-1 defeat.

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Pablo Hernandez shoots to score Leeds United's goal against Sunderland. Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Berardi sees red as Leeds United draw with Sunderland in Elland Road thriller

Leeds United were left still looking for a first home win over Sunderland since 2002 after being held at home by the Championship’s bottom team in an incident-packed game at Elland Road.

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Caleb Ekuban battles for the ball with Fulham's Ryan Fredericks. PIC: James Hardisty

Away day blues continue for Leeds United at Fulham

Leeds United’s search for a first away win of 2018 goes on after they were beaten 2-0 by promotion hopefuls Fulham at Craven Cottage.

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Caleb Ekuban celebrates his goal against Bolton with Leeds United team-mates. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Ekuban sets Leeds United on way to win in front of huge Elland Road crowd

Despite missing a host of chances Leeds United were back to winning ways with a 2-1 success against Bolton Wanderers in front of a season’s best crowd at Elland Road.

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Caleb Ekuban reacts to a missed opportunity in Leeds United's game against Sheffield Wednesday.

Improving mentality of players is key for Leeds United boss

The Latest international break will give Leeds United boss Paul Heckingbottom time to work with his players, but it is improving their mentality he reckons is the most important improvement to be made in the next fortnight.

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Disappointed Stuart Dallas looks on in the snow at full-time as Sheffield Wednesday celebrate their 2-1 win at Leeds United.  Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Late goal denies Leeds United in Yorkshire derby

An injury-time goal by Atdhe Nuhiu condemned Leeds United to yet another defeat as they went down 2-1 to Sheffield Wednesday at a snowy Elland Road.

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Pierre-Michel Lasogga watches after his charge down of Reading keeper Anssi Jaakkola's kick hits the post. Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Leeds United boss Heckingbottom ‘We worked our socks off’

Leeds United head coach Paul Heckingbottom was left to bemoan his side’s bad luck and bad defending as the woodwork twice denied the Whites in their 2-2 draw at Reading.

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Adam Forshaw 's reaction sums up Leeds United's night against Wolves. Picture: Tony Johnson

Heckingbottom admits Leeds United are not good enough

Leeds United boss Paul Heckingbottom admitted his Leeds United side were outclassed by long-time Sky Bet Championship leaders Wolves at Elland Road.

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Pablo Hernandez - Took a long time to get himself on the ball and Leeds were much better when he finally did. 7/10

Leeds United desperate to bounce back against leaders

After steady improvement in his first games in charge Paul Heckingbottom saw one giant step backwards in a 3-0 defeat at Middlesbrough and it does not get any easier with the Sky Bet Championship leaders next up for Leeds United.

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Caleb Ekuban chases the ball after coming on as substitute in Leeds United's defeat at Middlesbrough.

Leeds United well beaten at Middlesbrough

After the blip of a win over Brentford it was back to reality for Leeds United as they produced a poor display all over the pitch in a 3-0 defeat to Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium.

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Liam Cooper applauds fans after Leeds United's win over Brentford. Picture: Simon Hulme

Hope renewed as Leeds United head for six-pointer

Leeds United head to Middlesbrough on Friday night with hope renewed that they could yet play a part in the race for a top six place.

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Liam Cooper celebrates his goal for Leeds United against Brentford. Picture: Simon Hulme

Heckingbottom makes case for defence after his first Leeds United win

Paul Heckingbottom was able to reflect on his first victory as Leeds United head coach after the Whites battled to a deserved 1-0 success at home to play-off rivals Brentford at Elland Road.

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Pierre-Michel Lasogga heads the ball past Derby keeper Scott Carson to score Leeds United's opening goal.  Picture: Tony Johnson.

Leeds United boss: Players can hold their heads up high

Head coach Paul Heckingbottom told his Leeds United players that they could hold their heads up high after they battled to earn a point from a 2-2 draw at Derby County.

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Ezgjan Alioski celebrates scoring Leeds United's second goal at Derby.  Picture: Tony Johnson.

Injury-time goal denies Heckingbottom first win as Leeds United boss

Injury-time goals in both halves left Paul Heckingbottom still looking for his first win as Leeds United boss as his side drew 2-2 with Derby County at Pride Park.

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Leeds United squad not big enough says former boss Christiansen

Thomas Christiansen has spoken for the first time on his sacking as Leeds United head coach, citing too high expectations and the inability to adequately replace Samuel Saiz after he was handed a long suspension as major reasons for his departure.

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