If you’re as excited as us about the new season, please watch this!

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Some of you will know we made a new video last week to get fans excited about the new Leeds United season and it’s already accumulated 1977 views! We don’t usually do posts like this but we would really appreciate it if you could give the video a watch and feedback would be greatly appreciated too. Thanks a lot! The video can be found at this link – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzmSErX06Bw

Leeds United’s away kit is finally released, what are your thoughts?

Leeds have today released a YELLOW away kit, yes yellow. I personally think it is the best we have had for years and would like to know your thoughts. away kit

Looking for new writers for the summer!

If you’re a Leeds fan and you know how to fit a sentence together, email us at editor.leedsallover@gmail.com. Obviously it would help if you’re keen on writing articles about Leeds, especially transfers. The summer is a busy time for Leeds blogs and we could really use some extra help. If you’re interested email me ASAP.

Leeds United transfer rumours latest

Uwe Rosler Brentford v Chelsea - FA Cup Fourth Round

As always with Leeds, there have been a lot of transfer rumours already with little end product. So far it has been very different to last summer, most of the players linked based in England, whereas it was Serie B or the rest of the world last year. Sadly there hasn’t been any wingers linked so far, but the summer is still young… Here’s who we have been linked to

VOTE: Where do you think Leeds need to strengthen most?

Uwe Rosler Brentford v Chelsea - FA Cup Fourth Round

This is just a simple poll so I can get an idea of what the majority want, I will then do an article accordingly. Cheers!

Cellino needs to have a severe lifestyle change or get out, now.


I’ve no real reason for writing this, it’s not going to effect anything at Leeds United. However I just want to get it off my chest really. Massimo Cellino, what are you doing? You may own the club, but it is not your club. You appointed Hockaday, maybe one of the worst appointments in football history, then you sacked him before the end of August. Okay, so you made a mistake, right? Probably won’t do that again will you? Probably get a better head coach in, proven? So you appoint Darko Milanič. Champions league experience blah blah blah, not good enough, again. You decide to give Neil Redfearn a chance, fair play Sir, good decision. You tell Redders to keep us in the league, he does that and some, how do you repay him? You slate him in the media. Neil Redfearn has done more for this club then you ever will and he deserves to be treated much better than what is currently the case.

The fact that you haven’t spoken to Redfearn since the end of the season is poor as it is, then you start speaking to other head coaches? So much respect. You sack managers when they aren’t good enough, you sack managers when they’re more popular than you. How can anyone possibly succeed here? You have created an environment where it is impossible to have success. What are you still doing here? You’re not going to make any money at this rate, we’ll be getting relegated and then you’ll lose any money you had a chance of making. I don’t mind Uwe Rösler or any head coach you plan on hiring next but what chance do they have if you sign the players? Surely you should then be sacked if they aren’t good enough? Edgar Cani?

If I had any faith that you could change your whole style then maybe I’d give you another chance, but we all know that isn’t going to happen. Your record in Cagliari shows that. I think you should sell up and give the club to someone who is willing to hire the right people to do the right jobs, put the academy as a high priority and let the football people do their jobs.

This is possibly the worst piece I’ve ever done, formatting and grammar wise but I just felt like I needed to write something. I’ve had enough of this, I want Leeds to be good again.

Rösler heavily linked with Leeds job

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Former Manchester City favourite Uwe Rösler is believed to be in talks with Massimo Cellino about becoming Leeds United’s new head-coach. With Neil Redfearn still none the wiser as to whether he will still be at the club next season in any sort of capacity, it appears Cellino is trying to completely ruin the relationship between the pair, and between himself and the fans. According to the YEP, another ex Brentford boss, Mark Warburton along with Gus Poyet and Nigel Adkins are also being touted as possible replacements for Redfearn.

Rösler has managed three teams in Norway – Lillestrøm, Viking and Molde – with relatively little success. His biggest achievement was reaching the Royal League final in 2006 with Lillestrøm. With Viking he finished third in the Norwegian Premier League. In 2011, Rösler returned to English football as he took over at League One side, Brentford. In his first season in charge he guided the Bee’s to a ninth place finish, their highest for six years. He bettered that in his second season and almost took them up automatically. All they had to do was beat Doncaster Rovers in their final encounter, they lost 1-0 and Doncaster themselves were promoted automatically. In the play-off’s they were defeated 2-1 by Yeovil Town.

His next move was to Wigan Athletic, who were relegated from the Premiership the previous season. He lasted less than a year in charge of the Latics, as he was sacked in November 2014. If Rösler was to take over, he would be the first German coach in the club’s history.

Could Rösler be successful at Elland Road? Leave your comments below and vote in the poll.

Ngoyi to make debut as Sharp and Cooper are recalled: Leeds v Norwich – the line-up!


Billy Sharp has been recalled to the squad for the game against Norwich City. The forward replaces Mirco Antenucci who drops to the bench. There’s also a place in the starting XI for French loanee Granddi Ngoyi who is to make his United debut tonight. He replaces Kalvin Phillips, the youngster scored his first goal for Leeds in the weekend defeat to Cardiff but it wasn’t enough for him to retain his place. The other change Neil Redfearn has made is in defence where captain Liam Cooper comes in for Giuseppe Bellusci.

The full line-up is below, Redfearn is continuing with the 4-2-3-1 where Charlie Taylor and Sam Byram are to continue in their roles as wide midfielders. Mowatt is set to play in the ‘hole’ with Ngoyi and Luke Murphy sitting deep.

Starting line-up: Marco Silvestri, Scott Wootton, Sol Bamba, Liam Cooper (C), Gaetano Berardi; Luke Murphy, Granddi Ngoyi, Alex Mowatt, Charlie Taylor, Sam Byram; Billy Sharp.

Subs: Stuart Taylor, Giuseppe Bellusci, Kalvin Phillips, Casper Sloth, Brian Montenegro, Steve Morison, Micro Antenucci.

Phillips makes debut as Antenucci starts – full Leeds line-up


Neil Redfearn has given a debut to 19-year-old, Kalvin Phillips in today’s game against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Micro Antenucci is given the nod up front, despite continuous rumours about his contract clause. Meanwhile Giuseppe Bellusci is dropped from the match-day squad, as is Steve Morison whilst Granddi Ngoyi is on the bench.

United’s line-up (4-2-3-1):

1) Marco Silvestri
15) Scott Wootton
3) Sol Bamba
32) Liam Cooper (C)
12) Gaetano Berardi
40) Kalvin Phillips
7) Luke Murphy
2) Sam Byram
27) Alex Mowatt
21) Charlie Taylor
34) Mirco Antenucci

United’s bench: Stuart Taylor (GK), Dario Del Fabro, Granddi Ngoyi, Casper Sloth, Souleymane Doukara, Edgar Cani, Billy Sharp.

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