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Do First Impressions Matter?

In 2017-18, Issue 01 2017-18, Leeds United, Subscribers by Fiona Kyle

The live press conference was a new way to introduce a new manager. But what impact did that have on our early impressions? And has pre-season changed that?

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Hard Habit To Break

In 2017-18, Issue 01 2017-18, Leeds United, Subscribers by Andy P

For a while it looked like Garry Monk was the man who would break Leeds United’s Championship habit. What happened?

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Living The Dream

In 2017-18, Issue 01 2017-18, Leeds United, Subscribers by Jon Howe

Dreams are different now to what they were when Ridsdale was in charge, and buying Elland Road back is part of a dream coming true.

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Central Intelligence

In 2017-18, Issue 01 2017-18, Leeds United, Subscribers by Calum Archibald

The middle of midfield was a problem for Garry Monk, but at the new-look Leeds United, the new head coach has brand new options.

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Forgiven or Forgotten?

In 2017-18, Issue 01 2017-18, Leeds United, Subscribers by David Guile

While Bellusci was booed away from Guiseley, they’re putting up posters of Doukara at Elland Road. Who can predict a Leeds fan’s forgiveness?

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Aspirational Culture

In 2017-18, Issue 01 2017-18, Leeds United, Subscribers by Moscowhite • Daniel Chapman

Leeds United are now owned by a man with his focus firmly on the future. But our past has taught us to be sure we can see the full picture — from the BVI to Monaco, from Spain to Qatar.

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Whose Pre-Season is it Anyway?

In 2017-18, Issue 01 2017-18, Leeds United, Subscribers by Steven York

A professional, businesslike, well-run football club enters pre-season. Who wins? Not Leeds United much.

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Still Going Round

In 2017-18, Issue 01 2017-18, Leeds United, Subscribers by Riley Brettell

It’s hard enough to know what’s going on with Leeds United sometimes, but harder still when you’re on the other side of the world.

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Changes Are No Good

In 2017-18, Issue 01 2017-18, Leeds United, Subscribers by David Finnemore

It’s been a summer of big changes at Leeds United, which is great. But what if they don’t work?

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Arrivederci Marco

In 2017-18, Issue 01 2017-18, Leeds United, Subscribers by Fiona Kyle

When Marco Silvestri left the club in July, he left a mixed legacy of wonder saves and horror blunders, a family that made the city their home and a red mark on his back. It’s time to reflect on his three years at Leeds.