Brian McDermott is savouring a big win after a triumphant start to his reign as Leeds manager with a 2-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday.
The Bahrain-based Gulf Finance House has given formal notice that it is ready to sell Leeds United - and it has begun talks to do so.
Former Leeds United, Barnsley and England footballer Norman Hunter is to auction his collection of football memorabilia.
Leeds United face Wigan in the Championship at Elland Road tonight. Wigan sacked their manager Owen Coyle on Monday, and in his pre-match News Conference, Leeds boss Brian McDermott talked about the precarious life of a football manager, and admitted Wigan may be an unknown quantity this evening.
Former Leeds United striker David Healy has announced his retirement from professional football.
The 34-year-old, Northern Ireland's record goalscorer,has been without a club since leaving Bury at the end of last season and has decided it's time for a "new challenge".
Healy, who scored 36 goals in 95 international appearances, said: "I don't think too many people will be surprised. I have been without a club for five months.
"It's dawned on me that it's time for a new challenge. The career is over and it's time to move on."
Having come through the ranks at Manchester United, he moved to Deepdale in 2001 and went on to score 45 goals in 139 games.
A move to Leeds followed before spells at Fulham and Sunderland, where he was farmed out on loan to Doncaster and Ipswich.
– Sports lawyer Richard Cramer of Front Row Legal
"It's clearly good news, but it looks like the club has been undercapitalised. Fans think there's going to be a spending spree but I think Leeds need cash to keep the club going.
"There will be some money to spend in January and when the financial fair play rules start to bite Leeds will be in a strong position. Clubs dependant on rich owners will be looking to offload players so for naturally big clubs with good income streams like Leeds it'll be a buyer's market."
BREAKING NEWS: GFH Capital is nearing a deal with an English consortium for significant investment in the club. #lufc
A significant investment in Leeds United by a consortium of businessmen has moved a step closer . GFH Capital, who bought the club from Ken Bates last season, announced today that they had agreed a deal to sell a significant stake to the group.
It is hoped the deal will go through within the next few weeks to boost manager Brian McDermot's coffers in time for the January window. The deal had been brokered by the Elland Road chairman David Haigh who will remain at the club following the consortium's purchase.
According to reports, Leeds United Managing Director, David Haigh, has personally invested a seven figure fee into the club.
It is believed the money will help fund transfer activity during the January transfer window.
Payment from Haigh is reportedly made through Sport Capital, a firm set up last month and registered in Sussex.
Leeds United have confirmed that winger Ryan Hall has left the club by mutual consent.
After a loan spell at Sheffield United in September 2013, he was suspended by the Elland Road club for comments made on social media.
The 25-year-old made only nine appearances for the club since joining in 2012.
A failing school in Leeds is advertising for two "unqualified" maths teachers with a minimum of just four GCSEs.
The South Leeds Academy stipulates the right applicant must have a maths GCSE as one of the four, "in order to ensure the highest possible standards of student achievement".
It would mean a prospective applicant could have fewer GCSEs than they expect the children they are teaching to leave school with, under the Government's minimum education standards for pupils.
Teaching unions say parents at the school, which has 1,163 children on the roll, will be "absolutely shocked" and blame the coalition's policy of allowing academies and free schools to recruit unqualified teachers.
Leeds United and Leeds Rhinos have agreed a partnership which will see the clubs work closer than ever before.
The club's chief executives Paul Hunt and Gary Hetherington say they want to increase local participation in sport.
Former Leeds United favourite Lucas Radebe has confirmed that he's part of a consortium looking to buy a stake in his former club.
Radebe, who was part of the Leeds team that reached the European Champions League semi-finals in 2001, says it's always been a dream of his to get involved at the club at board level. Leeds are currently owned by investment bank GFH Capital.