Sport Jamie Jones Buchanan has agreed a new three-year contract with the Leeds Rhinos

The 32-year-old England international has been a mainstay of his hometown club since his debut in 1999

Leicester celebrate after David Nugent scores to give them a late win over Leeds

Leeds United 0 Leicester City 1 match report: Kevin Phillips makes his presence felt as leaders Leicester turn the screw

Leeds improved to restore some pride from last week's 6-0 drubbing at Sheffield but Nugent's 87th minute strike gives Leicester a sixth straight win

Steve McNamara could be heading to Australia to coach the Sydney Roosters after his contract with England expired

England coach Steve McNamara set for NRL move with the Sydney Roosters

McNamara is out of contract with the RFL and despite the move yet to be confirmed, his media officer tweeted that he will definitely be staying in the game

Papiss Cissé scored shortly after the half-hour mark

Newcastle United 2 Leeds United 0 match report: Papiss Cisse takes Magpies into the Capital One Cup fourth round

The romance of the cup, it transpired, was limited to a good old-fashioned away following of 6,000. For Leeds there was no shame, and a reminder, in such sizeable numbers, of what the club once was.

Loïc Rémy celebrates one of his two goals for Newcastle

Newcastle United v Leeds United: Capital One Cup match preview

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Leeds 11 St Helens 10: Danny McGuire’s kick edges thriller

The habitual Super League champions of Leeds clung onto their crown, but only thanks to a late Danny McGuire drop goal at the end of an epic. Saints had fought back from 10 points down, only for the Rhinos to do what they do so well at this time of year.

Queens Park Rangers' goalkeeper Julio Cesar had been linked with a move to Arsenal

Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar unlikely to force way back into QPR side, says Harry Redknapp

The 33-year-old was expected to leave over the summer but no bids materialised

Giovanni Trapattoni’s time as Republic of Ireland manager has come to an end
Giovanni Trapattoni looks set for an exit as Republic of Ireland coach unless he can perform a miraculous turnaround

Giovanni Trapattoni leaves Republic of Ireland: Matt Holland, Steve Staunton and Jason McAteer reaction

The Italian has left following a poor World Cup qualification campaign

Ross McCormack equalises for Leeds against Sheffield Wednesday

Leeds United 1 Sheffield Wednesday 1 match report: Ross McCormack saves United's blushes in Yorkshire Derby

Kamil Zayette had put Wednesday ahead but Leeds maintain unbeaten start

Leicester's Jamie Vardy with a shot against Leeds United

Leicester City 0 Leeds United 0 match report: Championship duo in forgettable goalless draw

Leicester and Leeds played out an instantly forgettable goalless draw at the King Power Stadium this afternoon, keeping their unbeaten starts to the season going in the process.

Leeds confirm £1m Luke Murphy signing from Crewe

Leeds have confirmed the signing of Crewe midfielder Luke Murphy for a reported fee in the region of £1million.

Watford manager Gianfranco Zola is focused on promotion

Championship Play-off Final: Ian Holloway fears sack could be reward even if Crystal Palace win £135m game

The former Blackpool manager hopes he will not suffer same fate as Adkins and McDermott

Fulham 2 Reading 4 match report: Nigel Adkins finds the winning touch

Nigel Adkins believes Reading's experience of the Championship gives them a "good opportunity" to make a Premier League return at the first attempt.

El-Hadji Diouf pictured at Millwall

Leeds United's El-Hadji Diouf fined for red gesture

El-Hadji Diouf has been fined two weeks' wages for his sending off in Leeds' 2-1 defeat to Brighton at Elland Road on Saturday. The striker was dismissed for making an offensive gesture towards Brighton fans after he scored a penalty.

Both Harry Redknapp, left, the QPR manager, and his Reading counterpart Nigel Adkins, spent much of their time out of the dugout cajoling their teams (AFP/Getty Images)

Harry Redknapp finds excuses following QPR's relegation from the Premier League

Manager says he did not have a chance to build his own team

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