A photo of a Super Leeds flag hanging in an empty south stand
Where's Archie?
“Leeds is based on being a bit rough and tough and getting dirty for the team.” The kids are alright, you know. Just ask Liverpool.
Leeds United Women players and staff form a huddle before their game against FCUM
Out of the cups, Leeds United Women went to the north-east looking for the reset button.
A collage of members of Super Furry Animals holding signs that say, 'Ape Shit!', 'Louder!', and 'The End', with Junior Firpo thrown in there for good measure
Daniel Farke called Elland Road "a proper party" on Friday. If we're celebrating Welsh heroes (and Junior Firpo), Super Furry Animals are the perfect house band.
A photo of Archie Gray pulling the Leeds badge on his shirt, taken after he scored against Leicester City
It's impossible to imagine this goal meaning all it meant without Leeds fans, without Uncle Eddie, without a pile-on of players and fans, a goal and a scene as Elland Road as it gets.
An illustration of Georgi Rutter with his horse and an angry Daniel Farke yelling out of a speech bubble: "STAY OFF THAT FICKEN HORSE!"
It’s not unusual to see a footballer at a racetrack, writes Moxco. But Georginio Rutter is different, in everything he does.
A photograph of Emily Pilbeam on a pale pink background, with the words 'Music Makes Football Better', because it does
Gary Lineker shags crisps
Listen to Emily Pilbeam hosting BBC Music Introducing in Leeds & Sheffield on Radio Leeds every Thursday from 8-10pm, or anytime on the BBC Sounds app.
Wilf Gnonto going full Alioski in Swansea, wiggling his hands by his ears and sticking his tongue out as he looks down the camera
Let's go
"We win 4-0, bro! We win 4-0!" They did, and they do, and there's nothing bad to say about being here now it's happening.
Leeds United Women's player Ellie Dobson dribbling with the ball at her feet
Gale force
Ponytails flapping like flags, goalkeepers’ knees knocking at deadballs. “It’s not always easy to come to the north east and play football,” said Olivia Smart.
Leeds United Women walking off the pitch at Garforth celebrating beating FC United of Manchester
Obstacle to the onslaught
It could've been me playing against Leeds United Women in the County Cup. I was relieved it wasn't, until I saw Brighouse's worldie.
A photograph of Wilf Gnonto controlling a ball under the lights at Elland Road, wearing a long sleeve white home kit and gloves
“Bro, do I still have it?”
While he was burying his head in his hands after being substituted, it might have done Gnonto some good to listen keenly to Pat Bamford’s consoling words.
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