Moxcowhite • Daniel Chapman

Sam Byram doing what would be a pretty impressive hand-spring if he was breakdancing
Daniel Farke has produced a season we could have believed in, but somehow, he hasn't been able to turn that into faith.
A black and white photograph of Peter Lorimer with the ball at his feet, ready to cross or, more likely, shoot
No dossier
In 1973, writes Moxco,Super Leeds were at their lowest. It was time for Revie to let them play.
An awful photograph of the awful Michael Brown playing for what was, at the time, an awful Leeds United
Stroll off
Moxco on everything that was wrong about Leeds in one godawful hoof.
Georginio Rutter, in Leeds United's pink kit at QPR, holding his head in his hands
Whether against Southampton or in the play-offs, Daniel Farke now has to take his players to places where they've never been and won before, and this time, they have to win.
Ilia Gruev sits on the grass at the end of Leeds United's 0-0 draw with Sunderland
Take us with you
The mood of the fans at Elland Road remains one aspect of Leeds United Football Club that Daniel Farke has not mastered.
Dan James looks stunned and Georginio Rutter looks down the camera, as Rodon appears from miles away to celebrate Leeds' third goal against Hull
James' place
Against Poland Dan James knew that missing meant losing. Last night put him in the right place to score and know, for certain, it meant winning.
Two photos of Johnny Giles: on the left him smiling for the camera, on the right him showing off doing some kick-ups
Boyhood dreams
Celtic were coming to town for the first leg of the European Cup semi-final, and for players like Billy Bremner, Eddie Gray and David Harvey, that was like a dream gone wrong.
Daniel Farke explaining things to Ethan Ampadu at the end of Leeds' game at Watford
Daniel Farke said there was no other option than the team he named at Watford, but after an hour he had no option but finding another.
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