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  1. Listen to Fantasy 606published at 07:12

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    The latest Fantasy 606 podcast has dropped before the gameweek two deadline.

    Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and Statman Dave discuss how their first teams of the season got on.

    You'll find out whether Clough and Taylor tinkered with their starting XI ahead of the first deadline and they ask whether you should switch onto Erling Haaland this week.

    Plus listener Robbo pops by to discuss the changes to the listeners' team and comedian Luke Kempner joins the pod to play a game of Sutton Death.

    Listen to Fantasy 606 on BBC Sounds

  2. 'Sinisterra looked fantastic'published at 17:03 11 August

    Jesse Marsch is excited about what he's seeing from a new signing.

    Take a look at the clip below and listen to the full interview on BBC West Yorkshire Sport Daily here

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  3. Premier League at 30 - your memorabiliapublished at 16:06 11 August

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    As you may well have seen, the Premier League is turning 30.

    So as it's a time for nostalgia we asked you to send in your best football memorabilia.

    Leeds fan Andy sent us: "Action Man in his Leeds jacket from circa 1975."

    Now that is a throwback.

    To send us more memorabilia, click here

  4. 'We can do great things' - Llorentepublished at 15:16 11 August

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    Leeds United striker Diego Llorente has said his side can "do great things" under boss Jesse Marsch.

    "He is a completely different coach to Marcelo Bielsa," Llorente told BBC Radio Leeds.

    "When Jesse came here he changed a lot of things. He gave us a positive mindset. I am very happy with Jesse and the way of training he has. 

    "I think we can do great things.

    "We are a good team with a lot of good people. We help each other on the pitch but also off the pitch. I am very happy with my team-mates.

    "This season I think we are a completely different team. We prepare for [this weekend's game with Southampton] really well because it’s going to be a tough game."

    Listen to the full interview on West Yorkshire Sport Daily here

  5. Leeds 'really trying to find right fit' with potential signingspublished at 14:02 11 August

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    Jesse Marsch said Leeds haven't ruled out making any more signings, but stressed that the profile of player must be right for the club.

    When asked if fans can expect any more transfers this summer, he said: "We're actively always thinking.

    "We've done a really good job of acting early and giving these players the best chance to integrate as quickly and as smoothly as possible. That now puts us in a position where we are starting our season and evaluating our performances, so we can look at exactly what we might need moving forward.

    "I think we are being very aggressive in evaluating what is out there and really trying to find the right fit, more than just adding a position or a number or a player, and really trying to make sure that every decision we make is the right decision.

    "I have said for a long time we have been evaluating for the right striker. Patrick being fit helps us in that area. Rodri can play there, Dan [James] at times, but we know we have some good youngsters in Sonny Perkins and Mateo [Joseph Fernandez]. Good young strikers.

    "A lot of it is looking for the profile without suffocating some of the young players getting chances in the next few years. At striker, that's not easy. I work strikers hard and it's demanding."

  6. Marsch on Meslier, attacking signings and playing in the heatpublished at 13:23 11 August

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    Leeds United head coach Jesse Marsch has been speaking to the media ahead of the trip to Southampton.

    • Marsch told us Adam Forshaw, Luis Sinisterra and captain Liam Cooper are all available this weekend. Junior Firpo and Luke Ayling need a couple more weeks.

    • The American says Leeds brought in goalkeeper Joel Robles to provides "healthy competition", adding: "Our belief in Illan Meslier is at the highest level. The goal is to have Kristoffer as number two - but he has to earn it."

    • When asked if he thinks his squad is light in any area Marsch talked about strikers or forwards and said Leeds are "evaluating for the right one".

    • He stressed any incoming attacker must have the right profile and not end up "suffocating younger players" like Joe Gelhardt.

    • And on Premier League players getting water breaks this weekend, Marsch says he has had success in terms of results playing in the heat in MLS. he says the conditions will mean this week it is about knowing when to press and how to use the substitutes.

    You can be across all of this week's news conferences here

  7. Which club has been more successful during the Premier League era?published at 10:10 11 August

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    Both Southampton and Leeds have had very similar paths since the Premier League's inception back in 1992. Both have had brief forays in Europe, both have faced relegation to the third tier. They've both gone through upwards of 20 managers. They've faced financial uncertainties and entered administration just two years apart. From re-joining the top flight, their similarities have continued with both Ralph Hasenhuttl and Jesse Marsch amongst the favourites for the first sacking.

    However, this is an easy one. Saints have spent a total of 23 seasons in the top flight versus Leeds' 14. It took Leeds 16 seasons to get back, whereas Saints spent a mere seven seasons and enjoyed back-to-back promotions in the process.

    While Leeds remained listless in their Championship funk, Saints were relishing successful spells under Mauricio Pochettino and Ronald Koeman, travelling to the San Siro and reaching a League Cup final.

    You also have to account for the amount of money spent. Leeds have easily breached the £200m mark while Saints have been nowhere near that, making superstars on a shoestring budget. Leeds are also considered to be in the top half of Premier League wealth, reaching far above Saints. And what do they have to show for it?

    Saints have played more, won more, gained more points and scored more goals. The decision is clear.

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    Ask any non-Leeds or Southampton fan this question and you'll get the same answer - Leeds.

    Under David O'Leary and Eddie Gray in 1998-2002, we did not finish outside the top five in the Premier League. We also made it to the semi-finals of the Uefa Cup and Champions League. Can Southampton say that they've ever competed in the Champions League? No.

    They spent most of the first ten years of the Premier League fighting relegation. We can't relate. We spent seven of those years in the top five, with our highest finish in third place - something that Southampton have never achieved, with their highest finish being sixth place.

    Our overall level of quality in our years spent in the Premier League is also far superior. They might have just finished above us last season but I have no doubt that we will finish far above them this season, thanks to our exciting new signings.

    Have your say and check out the rest of this weekend's debates here

  8. 'Meslier to be pushed in his fight to stay as main man'published at 17:17 10 August

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    "I sent them a small message," growled Illan Meslier with a baritone laugh as he told me of his interaction with the Fulham crowd behind his goal after saving the crucial penalty in the shoot-out during last season's League Cup tie victory at Craven Cottage. That crowd baiting he admitted provides "a little bit of a motivation for yourself. It's like a small war."

    The France Under-21 international will have to keep digging as deep as his Bond-villain voice to preserve his place as now, for the first time since the club's return to the Premier League, he has an experienced keeper to push him.

    Once Kiko Casilla was banned by the FA for using racist language in 2020 the then 19-year-old had no-one to rival him for the number one spot as he had the burden of keeping goal in a side heading for promotion in a campaign disrupted by the outbreak of coronavirus. Some 89 appearances later, 74 of which have been in the Premier League, he continues to impress and is the undisputed number one.

    Now he has to send out another type of message to the club's latest signing Joel Robles. At 32, with FA Cup, Copa del Rey and Europa League medals to his name, the Spaniard also has more than 120 top-flight appearances behind him across both the Premier League and La Liga. Meslier knows he needs pushing.

    Around 11 months ago United were without a league win after six attempts and Meslier told me how he needed strong competition. Without diminishing the efforts of his younger teammate Kristoffer Klaesson, he explained: "When you have nothing at your back it's difficult. But when you have people to help you train hard and keep pushing you it's better, you know, and maybe it's because of this I made some good saves."

    Robles' inconsistency over the years has probably cost him being recognised as a mainstay but as a back up this free transfer could be a shrewd piece of business to keep Meslier progressing for both club and country.

  9. Leeds trio sign new dealspublished at 11:32 10 August

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    Leeds have confirmed trio Jeremiah Mullen, Charlie Allen and Darryl Ombang have all signed new contracts with the club.

    Defender Mullen extends his stay at Elland Road until the summer of 2025, with midfielder Allen and goalkeeper Ombang both committing until the summer of 2024.

    All three players have represented Leeds at youth level and will now look to break into the first team.

  10. Southampton v Leeds: Head-to-head record published at 11:29 10 August

    Southampton v Leeds  - 28 Premier League games. Wins: Southampton 6, Leeds 14. Goals: Southampton 17, Leeds 36. Clean sheets: Southampton 8, Leeds 16
    • Southampton have won their first home league match in just three of the past 31 seasons. The last team they beat in their first home league game was Leeds in 2011.

    • Leeds won three of their past five away league games in 2021-22 (D1 L1), having won just two of their first 14 on the road last term.

    • Southampton have lost their previous five Premier League matches, and defeat against Leeds will equal their longest ever losing run in their league history from January/February 2021, when they lost six consecutively.

    • Patrick Bamford has scored in each of his last three Premier League appearances against Southampton.

  11. 'History-making' Ayling stands 'shoulder to shoulder' at Pridepublished at 17:01 9 August

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    Leeds supporter Stephen Wignall has been telling BBC Radio Leeds what it meant to have Whites defender Luke Ayling and former club stars Noel Whelan and Jermaine Beckford attending Leeds Pride.

    Ayling walked the entire parade through Leeds City centre.

    Stephen, chair of Marching Out Together, said: "I didn’t believe it would happen until I saw Luke there stood with us and Noel and Jermaine.

    "The minute they were there I was just overcome with emotion. To be the first club to have an active player marching with us is history-making and it was everything I wanted and more. It was brilliant.

    "They were fantastic with the crowd. They stopped for any photo that was wanted, they were signing autographs, they got mobbed at first. Once everyone had their pictures they had chance to march and talk with us and just what great guys and a credit to Leeds United. I cannot put into words how incredible they were.

    "To have Luke standing with us shoulder to shoulder shows that Leeds United is inclusive for everyone and to give his time and really show that active support was brilliant.

    "It wasn’t just the players, there were people in the club who have worked tirelessly with us and I can’t thank them enough in terms of giving their time, commitment and energy because it means so much to people. There were so many people who were emotional just seeing it happen and watching it play out."

    Hear more from Stephen from 17'00 on BBC Sounds

  12. 'Future looks bright for Leeds' new midfield'published at 13:10 9 August

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    The midfield of any team is arguably the most important. Supporting both defence and attack, controlling the tempo and playmaking, it was the area of the team that suffered most last season for Leeds United.

    In fact, prior to this summer, 2018 was the last time Leeds bought a senior central midfielder. When the Whites beat Wolves on Saturday in this season's curtain-raiser at Elland Road, three new midfielders had started the game. The effect was transformational.

    Great midfields consist of players who fulfil different roles. The most recent example was the United team that blitzed the Championship three years ago. Future England player of the year Kalvin Phillips was the enforcer, who's pin-point cross-field passes were a constant transitional threat. Mateusz Klich's endless box-to-box running glued attack and defence, and Pablo Hernandez's playmaking opened teams up.

    Leeds new-look midfield showed similar signs of specific individual strengths combining in the engine room of Jesse Marsch's midfield. Marc Roca's cross-field passes, Tyler Adams incessant badgering and Brenden Aaronson's vision and hustle, all impressed.

    To emerge stronger after losing Kalvin Phillips was going to be very difficult, but whisper it - it looks like they are. If this first glimpse is anything to go by, the future is very bright for Leeds United.

  13. 'I'm really excited to be back in the Premier League'published at 09:50 9 August

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    Joel Robles has said he is "excited" upon his return to the Premier League with Leeds and will work to help the club's younger keepers develop.

    The goalkeeper has experience in England's top division having previously played for Everton and Wigan.

    "I’m really excited to be back in the Premier League four years later,” Robles - who spent the last four years in Spain with Real Betis - told the club website, external

    "This is a fantastic club, I’d like to thank Leeds United for this great opportunity to come back, this is a special football club and I’m excited to come here.

    "We have three goalkeepers here now and we’ll work together to help the team, this is the objective for everyone.

    "At 32 I have a lot of experience behind me, the two goalkeepers are 21 and 22 and I will try to help them."

  14. Leeds sign goalkeeper Roblespublished at 09:09 9 August

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  15. 'We were more attack minded'published at 13:03 8 August

    Your views

    We asked you for your post-match thoughts after Leeds opened the season with a 2-1 win over Wolves.

    Here are some of your thoughts:

    Kev: A good win against good opponents. This new team needs to blend and there will be set-backs!

    Graham: Starting the season with a win was the most important thing. The first real game with a new team proved to be challenging at times and pleasing at others. The defence is still shaky and better teams will take full advantage of that. But there were some good performances and there's hope for the future with a mid-table finish.

    Yusaf: There were nervy moments defensively and we were unlucky with the goal. We were more attack minded and positive going forward. It was nice to see the hunger for goals and our strikers fit and trying. It was a much improved, good start to the season with the win!

    Nigel: I was at the game and I saw a lot of promise, we're by no means the finished article but I think we have the makings of a good side.

    Graham: Attacking wise we were superb, with some great movement. Our defence was shambolic at times, with neither centre-half convincing. But onwards and upwards.

    Marc: I was at the game and Aaronson and Kristensen were absolutely great.

  16. Get your weekend Premier League fixpublished at 12:02 8 August

    Match of the Day

    Watch all the highlights from Saturday's six matches in the Premier League, plus the best moments from Crystal Palace v Arsenal on Friday here.

    For all of the highlights from Sunday including West Ham v Manchester City watch Match of the Day 2 here.

  17. Leeds winger Costa joins Saudi sidepublished at 07:35 8 August

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    Leeds United have sent winger Helder Costa on loan to Saudi Arabian side Al-Ittihad until the end of the season.

    The 28-year-old Angola international played 71 times for United, scoring eight goals.

    He spent last season on loan with Valencia in La Liga.

    Al-Ittihad are managed by Costa's former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo.