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 Football Club have appointed a new Vice Chairman. Mr Salah Nooruddin will take up the post with immediate effect.
– Salah Nooruddin, Vice Chairman, Leeds United FC
I am delighted to accept the position as vice-chairman of Leeds United and look forward to working with the clubs staff so as to achieve the best possible results both on and off the field. "
Leeds United Academy products Tom Lees and Danny Rose are both included in the England squad for next month's Under-21 European Championships in Israel. Lees has developed into one of Leeds' top defenders, while Doncaster-born Rose spent last season at Sunderland on loan from Spurs.
England squad for Under-21 European Championship:
Goalkeepers - Butland (Stoke), Steele (Middlesbrough), Rudd (Norwich). Defenders - Caulker (Spurs), Clyne (Southampton), Dawson (West Brom), Lees (Leeds), Rose (Sunderland), Shaw (Southampton), Smith ( Spurs), Wisdom (Liverpool)
Midfielders - Chalobah (Watford), Henderson (Liverpool), Ince (Blackpool), Lansbury (Notts Forest), Lowe (Blackburn), McEachran (Chelsea), McManaman (Wigan Athletic), Shelvey (Liverpool), Townsend (QPR)
Forwards - Zaha (Crystal Palace, Marvin Sordell (Bolton), Connor Wickham (Sunderland).
Detectives investigating football violence between Leeds United and Sheffield United supporters are re-appealing to trace the final three men that remain unidentified following disorder in Spencer's public house on Mill Hill, Leeds.
The three remaining men are all believed to be Sheffield United supporters, who clashed with Leeds fans in Leeds on Saturday, 8 December, last year.
Violence flared in the city centre pub around 8pm with windows being smashed and several people being injured, including the landlord.
Following previous media appeals 11 men, including both Leeds United and Sheffield United supporters, were identified from CCTV pictures and have now been interviewed in relation to the violence.
Detective Inspector Mark Waine, from Holbeck CID, said: "I would ask people to look at the CCTV images and get in touch if they recognise the men.
"This was an unprovoked and violent incident that would have been extremely frightening for those working and relaxing inside the bar at the time.
"Football related violence, be it inside or outside a football stadium, is something we will not tolerate. Through our dedicated Football Intelligence Unit we work hard to prevent this type of crime and will always pursue, with the full weight of the law, anyone involved in this type of violence.
"Anyone recognising the men is asked to contact DC 209 Andrew Smurthwaite or DC 2907 Michael Wimbles at Holbeck CID on: 0113 2414732 or by calling Crimestoppers, anonymously and in confidence, on: 0800 555 111."
Leeds United manager Brian McDermott talks about his plans for the summer ahead of his side's final game of the season at Watford.
Former Leeds United boss David O'Leary has won a £3.4m compensation claim against Dubai-based club Al Ahli.
He had taken the claim for $5.2m to FIFA following his dismissal one year into a three-year contract.
The League Managers' Association said despite having sacked O'Leary, Al Ahli claimed the Irishman had abandoned his job.
– David O' Leary
"It has taken a long time to deal with this matter but I am pleased that all issues have now been finalised.
"I hope my case provides reassurance to all managers and coaches working all over the world that there is a formal system in place that provides employment protection."
– Richard Bevan, chief executive of the LMA
"We are clearly delighted with the outcome. In addition, the LMA is extremely grateful to the FA for their assistance in initiating the process with FIFA.
"The added significance and wider impact of this process is the proof that FIFA has mechanisms in place which regulate worldwide employment issues.
"It is extremely encouraging to know that the world governing body can provide a means of redress for managers and coaches at all levels seeking to establish their employment rights, wherever in the world they happen to work."
A Championship footballer has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after a three-car smash near Newark which left a man with serious injuries.
Birmingham City striker Marlon King, 33, who has previously played for both Leeds United and Hull City on loan, was released on police bail last night pending further inquiries into the crash in Winthorpe.
A 35-year-old man was airlifted to Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre from the scene of the crash on the A46/A17 interchange.
Porsche, a Volkswagen Polo and a Vauxhall Astra were involved in the incident at 2.50pm yesterday.
Brian McDermott has met players and staff at Leeds United.
– Brian McDermott
We have got a short term position to sort out and then we'll look at things over the summer
- Brain McDermott started his football career at Arsenal.
- He also played with Fulham, Norrkoping, Oxford, Huddersfield, Cardiff, Exeter, and Yeovil.
- After a short stint in China, he returned to the UK where he managed Woking and Slough before joining Reading in 2000
- Brian McDermott has spent 12 years at Reading before parting company with the club earlier this eason.
- He clinched promotion from the Championship last season when he guided Reading to the Premier League for the second time in the club's history.
The owners of Leeds United have announced the appointment of Brian McDermott as the club's new manager with immediate effect.
– David Haigh, deputy chief executive of GFH Capital
We are delighted to have appointed Brian as our manager. He is a man with a proven track record of success and shares our vision of the best way to return long terms and sustainable success to this great football club.
Obviously the immediate aim is a return as soon as possible to the Premiership. Brian's success in taking Reading to the Premiership last year was a key factor in our decision to hire him."