A composite image of two photos, one of Sam Byram taking a throw-in, the other of Jamie Shackleton on the ball. People are already calling them Sammie Shackleram
Shack up
There's something just downright lovely about Shackleton and Byram playing full-back in the same Leeds team.
This is a terrible celebration by Raphinha. Barcelona you do not want this!
This week's manager
How can a fixture that was relatively recently contested in the Premier League feel so quintessentially Champo?
A scrapbook style collage of images of Leeds Cougars American football players, with the headline 'Bad Boys and Dirty Cougars' and the slogan 'Comin' at ya!'
Leeds would punch you in the mouth
The one club city everybody has a problem with: Leeds. Only this time the sport was American football. Rob Conlon speaks to players and coaches who brought the Leeds Cougars razzle-dazzle to 1980s Elland Road.
A photograph of Emily Pilbeam on a pale pink background, with the words 'Music Makes Football Better', because it does
Better (for) now
Listen to Emily Pilbeam hosting BBC Music Introducing in West Yorkshire on Radio Leeds every Saturday from 8-10pm, or later on the BBC Sounds app.
A photograph from Saf Jarvis' Man's Game of a training session between a women's football team on a recreation ground by Burley Park allotments
“It’s about doing what you love and forgetting to think about what’s stopping you."
Joe Rodon, already suffering with a couple of black eyes, looks anguished as he's sent off by some jumped up bodybuilder at Hull
A goalless draw by the docks? Now the form just looks that bit more meh, and Rodon won't be available, and Gnonto got injured, and Piroe didn't score...
Luke Ayling going after the ball during the game against Sheffield Wednesday, his eyes on it very intently
Still Bill
He tried an overhead kick with all the grace of my grandad lowering himself onto the sofa. He also began moves that led to Leeds' first and third goals.
Georginio Rutter, yelling his head off with delight after scoring United's third at Millwall, while his teammates congratulate him
Goals mean fun
Leeds have come back looking like a normal team, making pleasant work of playing football instead of insisting on hard, losing ways.
Pat Bamford Leeds United Lee Brown The Square Ball
We never win
'Y'know, I've heard a lot about the atmosphere, and I gotta be honest with you, bring it on, man (weird chuckle), bring it on (obtuse anecdote about college basketball)'
Danielle Whitham of Leeds United Women
With more changes than expected this season, Leeds United Women are taking the adjustments in their stride.
Pascal Struijk, wearing the captain's armband, looking like possibly our most sultry skipper yet as he speaks to fans after the game
Struijk's last two years have been like sailing through a storm with a broken compass and a shortage of rum. Daniel Farke has already soothed the seas and brought a map.
The Square Ball

Elland Road, 1972:

50 days that changed Leeds United forever.

A 160 page special publication by The Square Ball, Paul Trevillion and Leeds United Supporters’ Trust, to celebrate Leeds United winning the Centenary FA Cup in 1972.

When Don Revie picked up the phone to call Paul Trevillion, he thought he was getting a public relations expert. What he got instead was a true born artist, a whirlwind of ideas and action, a charismatic tempest. Revie soon nicknamed him, ‘The Beaver’.