Leeds owner Massimo Cellino is not happy with former striker Ross McCormack, who he says disrespected him
Forest Green chairman Dale Vince believes David Hockaday deserves his chance after being installed as the new head coach at Leeds.
Leeds United legend, England World Cup winner, former Sheffield Wednesday and Ireland manager has been speaking to Calendar exclusively
Leeds United staff and players reported back for the first day of pre-season training with new manager Dave Hockaday today.
And they were warned, that with the club kitchen closed, they would have to fend for themselves.
And that's exactly what happened, as Chris Dawkes reports.
#lufc players didn't have to bring their own lunch to training today although new head coach Dave Hockaday told me he has brought an apple
Today my first preseason day... I'm very happy , the dream come true.. ??? http://t.co/he3AkIEzjN
The winding-up petition issued to Leeds United by Sport Capital has been been dismissed by the High Court. The case was adjourned on June 10, 2014, but the Championship side were ordered to pay back £958,000 before June 23, 2014, which was completed last week.
The money was given as a loan but a winding up petition was issued after the date for repayment was missed. The club's bank account can now be unfrozen, so their staff can now be paid.
I have now officially left Leeds united football club, just want to thank all the people at the club who have helped and supported me
Leeds United defender Lee Peltier has confirmed his departure from the Championship club by mutual consent.
The 27-year-old footballer, who had a year left on his contract tweeted: "All the fans that have supported me over the two years, and all the boys at the club it's been a pleasure working with them - top lads, wish them all the best for the season."
Peltier signed by former Leeds boss Neil Warnock, had a spell on loan with Nottingham Forest after losing his first-team place under Warnock's successor Brian McDermott.
Massimo Cellino says signing a big name to manage the club would not guarantee big results.
Questions have been raised about the appointment of Dave Hockaday who's previous managerial experience is limited to four seasons at non-league Forest Green.
But the Italian, who took ownership of the club during last season, says it was more important to get the right man ahead of a high profile name:
Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has announced his intention to move the club's training facilities away from Thorp Arch.
In a press conference to unveil the club's new head coach, Dave Hockaday, Cellino spoke at length about his management and plans to develop new facilities.
The Italian explained to gathered reporters why he is not on good terms with the team's current facilities: