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.
The striker was originally left out of the Scotland squad by Gordon Strachan for their friendly internationals with USA and Norway in the next week. But he has now received a late call-up because of an injury to Blackburn Rovers striker Jordan Rhodes.
The 27-year-old will meet up with the Scotland squad today ahead of the game with the USA at Hampden Park on Friday night. Last night he wrote on his Twitter page: "Heading up to be part of Scotland squad tomorrow... Looking forward to the 2 games."
The Leeds United’s Supporters Trust has submitted an official complaint to police over claims travelling fans were close to being crushed at a railway station.
Fans say they were “kettled” as British Transport Police marshalled hundreds of Whites supporters at a London Tube stop following the game against Millwall last month.
The trust, which says Leeds fans are subjected to unduly heavy-handed policing compared with followers of other clubs, is calling for BTP to learn lessons from the incident.
A British Transport Police spokesman said: “BTP has received a letter from the Leeds United Supporters Trust expressing some concerns about policing at London Bridge station on Saturday, September 28.
“BTP’s professional standards department is currently looking into these concerns.”
Leeds United could give a debut to new signing Dexter Blackstock in the West Yorkshire derby against Huddersfield at the John Smiths stadium.
Meanwhile, Town boss Mark Robins will have to do without top scorer James Vaughan, who's suspended following his sending off last week.
Leeds United could add to their squad further, after signing striker Dexter Blackstock on loan.
Former Hearts captain, Marius Zaliukas, has been training with the club for the past few weeks after his release by the Scottish club.
The 29 year old centre back had been on trial with Queens Park Rangers earlier in the season, but now looks set to sign for United.
Lithuanian international Zaliukas played a development match against Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night and could play a part against Huddersfield Town for the senior squad on Saturday, should he sign.
Leeds United boss, Brian McDermott says he feels on loan striker Dexter Blackstock will be a good fit for the team.
The 27 year-old has signed for the club as they look to bring extra firepower to their forward line.
Striker Dexter Blackstock has signed on loan for Leeds United.
The 27 year-old forward comes from Nottingham Forest, having only appeared three times this season.
He has signed with Leeds until January 25, 2014.
Leeds United have signed Nottingham Forest striker Dexter Blackstock on loan until the end of January.
The 27 year-old forward only played for Forest three times this season. He moved to the City Ground in 2009, scoring 34 times in 122 league appearances.
He could be in contention to make his debut on Saturday as Leeds travel to take on Huddersfield Town.
Former Leeds United boss, Neil Warnock, is among the contenders to fill the manager's role at Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace.
Sheffield born Warnock, 64, had a previous spell at Selhurst Park, leaving in 2010 when the club went into administration.
No stranger to a relegation dogfight, Warnock has been out of management since leaving Leeds United April.
Leeds United manager Brian McDermott could soon add striker Dexter Blackstock and defender Marius Zaliukas to his squad.
McDermott hinted he was keen on bringing Nottingham Forest forward Blackstock to Elland Road having been linked with a loan move for the 27-year-old.
"We're always trying to improve the squad," McDermott told the club's official website.
"I've known Dexter Blackstock since he was a young boy as he was brought up in Oxford and played for Southampton.
"I know him well, he's a good lad and is good in the dressing room. He also has a decent goals ratio.
"Whatever the result was at the weekend, I think it is still important to strengthen and improve the squad.
"If we feel that is the right thing to do then we have to do that if we have the opportunity."
Blackstock signed a new four-and-a-half year deal with Forest last season when he was a regular starter, scoring seven goals in 39 appearances, but has featured only twice this time round.
Former Hearts skipper Zaliukas played for Leeds' development squad on Tuesday and is understood to be discussing a possible deal with the club in the next 24 hours.
The Lithuania international, a free agent following his release from Hearts.
Leeds have suspended winger Ryan Hall after launching an inquiry into a "disciplinary issue" concerning the player.
The 25-year-old has spent the last month on loan at Sheffield United, for whom he has made five appearances, with his spell at Bramall Lane scheduled to expire on Tuesday.
Hall arrived at Leeds from Southend in October last year when Neil Warnock was in charge at Elland Road.
The former Crystal Palace trainee made only two starts and three substitute appearances for Leeds last season and has failed to appear for the first team during the current campaign.
While at Palace, where he featured only once for the first team, Hall had loan spells at Dagenham and Crawley before joining non-league Bromley. He signed for Southend in July 2010 and made over 100 appearances in total for the Shrimpers.