Andy Gray in his second spell for Leeds, his days as a wispy winger long behind him
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In the blood
A notepad and some pencils, which have been used to draw a picture of Robin Koch surrounded by lovehearts and a nice big 'tash on the front of his jumper
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Greener grass
Papa Bouba Diop celebrating for Senegal at the 2002 World Cup. It's nicer to pretend he was the player we signed from that team and not El-Hadji Diouf
Learning can be fun
Willy Gnonto celebrating, with the sun radiating from behind his head, against a blue backdrop
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Happy he's happy
Artwork by Eamonn Dalton
Le Grand Kev
Laurens de Bock trying to make a tackle in one of his few games for Leeds, he probably got it wrong
Don't bother
An image of big Willy Gnonto and his little ears
Tiny ears
Kiko Casilla, warming up for Leeds while hiding his face behind a snood, as he should
Look out!
A drawing of Jesse Marsch and his new signings, in a Mighty Ducks style
I will not call you dad
A Tyro triptych, as he celebrates scoring in front of the Kop
Magnum Man
A collage of three Rodrigos, either looking confused, sad, or running presumably slowly
You're not Pablo
Andrea Radrizzani, looking like an NFT — AKA, an image of Andrea Radrizzani
Non-Fungible Oddballs
Matt Le Tissier with his eyes cut out so he can see more clearly than you
Paid actors
Klaesson-Can
Lemon squeezy
A composite of Jesse Marsch wondering when our luck will turn and Leicester scoring their goal
Ain't no fortunate ones
A collage of Jonny Howson from boy to man, still beating Scum
I hear the voice of my darlin'
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Patrick Gunn

Andy Gray in his second spell for Leeds, his days as a wispy winger long behind him
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In the blood
Andy Gray was the third of the family to represent Leeds, and like his dad and uncle, writes Patrick Gunn, once was not enough.
A notepad and some pencils, which have been used to draw a picture of Robin Koch surrounded by lovehearts and a nice big 'tash on the front of his jumper
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Greener grass
A new ground, European football, profitable transfers — Freiburg are doing the Leeds model better than Leeds, writes Patrick Gunn. Just don’t tell Robin Koch.
Papa Bouba Diop celebrating for Senegal at the 2002 World Cup. It's nicer to pretend he was the player we signed from that team and not El-Hadji Diouf
Learning can be fun
When the school TV was wheeled in, Patrick Gunn didn’t know anything about Papa Bouba Diop.
Willy Gnonto celebrating, with the sun radiating from behind his head, against a blue backdrop
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Happy he's happy
After Bellusci and Bianchi, Leeds finally have an Italian hero whose cult credentials look legit, writes Patrick Gunn.
Laurens de Bock trying to make a tackle in one of his few games for Leeds, he probably got it wrong
Don't bother
After Tony Capaldi and Laurens De Bock, maybe you wouldn’t sign any more left-backs either. Patrick Gunn tries to polish some potatoes.
An image of big Willy Gnonto and his little ears
Tiny ears
Can Leeds really expect Wilfried Gnonto to make an impact in the first team this season? Our resident Swiss resident has the lowdown.
Kiko Casilla, warming up for Leeds while hiding his face behind a snood, as he should
Look out!
Don't laugh: it's time for a cup run. Just make sure someone shows Jesse Marsch a video of Leeds vs Hull before Barnsley come to Elland Road.
A drawing of Jesse Marsch and his new signings, in a Mighty Ducks style
I will not call you dad
Last season, when Leeds sacked Bielsa, we saw how important Premier League survival is to Leeds. Patrick Gunn wonders what the decision means for Jesse Marsch.
A collage of three Rodrigos, either looking confused, sad, or running presumably slowly
You're not Pablo
How will we get the best from our record signing? Patrick Gunn wonders if Jesse Marsch has the answers about Rodrigo.
Andrea Radrizzani, looking like an NFT — AKA, an image of Andrea Radrizzani
Non-Fungible Oddballs
Circling the Premier League plughole? Endless injuries? Just sacked one of the most popular coaches in the club's history? Now's the time to launch some NFTs!
Matt Le Tissier with his eyes cut out so he can see more clearly than you
Paid actors
When reality doesn’t matter, why should I willingly accept things I don’t agree with, like Leeds United in League One? Didn't happen. Prove me wrong.
Klaesson-Can
Lemon squeezy
It looked like the pressure of the Under-23s had eroded the confidence of a good goalkeeper. But the pressure of our relegation fight was the making of him, writes Patrick Gunn.
A composite of Jesse Marsch wondering when our luck will turn and Leicester scoring their goal
Ain't no fortunate ones
Jesse Marsch has talked a lot about controlling what Leeds can control, but the game at Leicester showed that might not be enough.
A collage of Jonny Howson from boy to man, still beating Scum
I hear the voice of my darlin'
If the world worked right, says Patrick Gunn, Jonny Howson would be a Leeds United legend.