|Leeds look to boost strikeforce, but are we really after Jerome? Mon 20th Aug 2018|
There are a few stories today concerning Leeds and various strikers, but the link with Derby County’s Cameron Jerome seems a bit unlikely to me.
|Bye, Bye, Bellusci Tue 18th Jul 2017|
There was dancing in the streets from Guisley to Garforth when the news broke that Giuseppe Bellusci is finally going to leave Leeds United for good.
| And still the signings keep coming Wed 28th Jun 2017|
First it was Mateusz Klich, then Madger Gomes, and tonight Leeds are reported to be on the verge of completing a deal to sign Ezgjan Alioski.
|Is this the end for Bellusci? Thu 28th Apr 2016|
Giuseppe Bellusci was left out of the Leeds squad after for the game with Hull City after a fallout with Steve Evans, so have we seen the last of him in a Leeds shirt?
|Evans comes to Bellusci’s defence Wed 06th Apr 2016|
A large portion of the Elland Road crowd is running out of patience with Giuseppe Bellusci, but unfortunately Steve Evans has suggested he will still be in the starting line-up at Burnley on Saturday.
|Time to ban Twitter? Fri 28th Aug 2015|
Alex Mowatt became the latest Leeds star to fall foul of Twitter with a misguided tweet paying tribute to the reviled Harry Kewell. Maybe it's time Uwe Rosler banned players from using social-media like Simon Grayson did?
|Could Bellusci be on his way? Tue 25th Aug 2015|
According to Italian media outlet Tutto Mercato, Giuseppe Bellusci is attracting interest from Italian Serie A sides Atalanta and Bologna.
|Luke Murphy you're one in a million Wed 15th Jul 2015|
Luke Murphy has assured himself a place in a Leeds United folklore by agreeing a new four-year deal which involves taking a pay-cut.
|Bellusci cleared of racism thanks to his “Consistent evidence” Wed 18th Feb 2015|
The FA have cleared Giuseppe Bellusci of racially abusing Cameron Jerome in the game against Norwich City at Carrow Road in October.
|Salisbury hands three-points Brentford's way Sat 07th Feb 2015|
Referee Graham Salisbury was the talking-point of this fixture, Leeds four-match unbeaten run came to an end following the officials' failure to spot a handball in the run up to the only goal of the game scored by Alex Pritchard. Salisbury also ignored three decent penalty appeals from the whites' who admittedly were below par and should have taken the game more to a Brentford side who looked anything but a play-off placed team.
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