Pat Bamford looking slightly spooked and concerned, as if he's about to take a penalty, superimposed with the view of Elland Road from the penalty area in the background
Which Leeds players are definitely missing in a penalty shootout, and who might at least hit the target?
Leeds captain, friend of The Square Ball, and all-round legend Olivia Smart swinging her leg ready to strike a ball against some team in red
Sign my rectum?
Every story needs supporting characters and, this season, Leeds United Women were cast as a bit-part.
Two Leeds fans in one of the NW corner bars, viewed through the window from outside Elland Road stadium, one of them leaning on the windowledge and gazing out at Beeston
Sometimes the best view of a Leeds game is a view of a pint instead.
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.
The cover of TSB issue 8, featuring a line drawing of Stuart Dallas tinted in blue, by Tom Lathom-Sharp
More games is... good?
This is the eighth issue of TSB's 34th season, ready to celebrate promo... oh, we're pushing that back a few weeks?
A photograph of Emily Pilbeam on a pale pink background, with the words 'Music Makes Football Better', because it does
Heavy Kinks
Listen to Emily Pilbeam presenting BBC Music Introducing in Leeds & Sheffield on Radio Leeds every Thursday night, and now going national hosting the Introducing Mixtape on 6 Music.
Sarah Danby on the ball for Leeds United Women in front of the big stand at Garforth
A lawn of one's own
Who is at home? In women's football, writes Flora Snelson, home advantage often comes second to just having anywhere to play at all.
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.
Leeds United captain Olivia Smart doing what defenders do best: high-fiving a no.9
A six goal thriller has Flora Snelson wondering how defenders can get the same plaudits as their forward-facing pals.
Leeds United Women players and staff form a huddle before their game against FCUM
Golden boots
Leeds United have nothing left to play for this season, but they're as united as they've ever been, helped by Jess Rousseau getting back in the goals.
Leeds U21s midfielder Charlie Crew playing for Wales U17s and wearing the captain's armband. He's got a big sweepy fringe 'cos he's young
Dicking around
The U21s haven’t been the best place to search for some respite this season. Against Derby on Monday, they did their bit.
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