A photo of Charlie Allen playing for Leeds in last season's home shirt, surrounded by the words Leeds United Under 21s
Up the pathway
Even if he’s not one of Leeds U21s' highest profile names, Charlie Allen is one of the team's most consistent performers.
A collage of photos of Leeds United Women players celebrating
Macbeth's dagger
Against Bradford, players were charged with not only climbing the table, but also showing they're worthy of the chance to take part in an historic club moment.
Flora Snelson's mate Elena perched like a bastard on Ilkley Moor, wrapped up warm, watching the Everton match on her phone
Perched bastard
Ilkley Moor is a stunning natural landscape where you can't even ever escape bloody Everton.
Jackie Harrison celebrating his goal against Brighton, looking like a press cutting from the 1950s, with Wilf Gnonto, who looks ready to bite his ear off
Our own yard
The source of Elland Road's anger was not in how this game was played, but in how this game came to be played this way.
An illustration of Max Wober shouting, probably at the rest of the defence
Save us
Max Wöber, the last of the RB tribe to arrive, has been worth waiting for, writes Patrick Gunn.
Two of Hannah Platt's photographs, Original Fisheries and Woodhouse Moor funfair
Cheeky connection
Hannah Platt's photos of Leeds, chronicling a city that in their pictures is always doing something, even if it's something very still or very silly.
BBC Introducing DJ Emily Pilbeam wearing a TSB x Admiral blue away shirt, photographed at the Brudenell Social Club, next to the words 'Music Makes Football Better', because it does
On the bus to town
Emily Pilbeam is a Leeds based DJ and, as host of BBC Music Introducing in West Yorkshire, is head scout and first team coach combined for new music in the city. You can listen to Emily’s show on Radio Leeds every Saturday from 8-10pm or whenever you like on the BBC Sounds app.