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The terms of a buy-out were agreed last year

Neil Warnock: Leeds relishing chance to do a Bradford over Chelsea

Eight days after Bradford City upset Arsenal, the Leeds United manager, Neil Warnock, hopes for another triumph of Yorkshire over London in the Capital One Cup tonight.

Rafael Benitez refuses to be drawn on Neil Warnock row

Leeds manager said he would never forgive the Chelsea boss

Juan Mata: The midfielder needs to recharge his batteries, says Chelsea's manager, Roberto Di Matteo.

Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata aware of Leeds 'history'

Blues take on Leeds in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday

<b>Manchester City 2 Manchester United 3</b><br/>
<b>November 1993</b><br/>
You can chant too early. Four days before this game, United blew a 2-0 lead over Galatasary to go out of the European Cup. 'Two-nil up and (erm) chuffed it up' rang around the ground while Niall Quinn put City at a similar advantage. Only to chuff it up themselves as second half goals from Cantona (pictured) and Roy Keane gave United a last minute win, while City were having the chants thrown right back at them.

The man whose phone call led to Eric Cantona joining Manchester United would do it again

The man who made the fateful phone call that resulted in Eric Cantona joining Manchester United insists he would do exactly the same again.

The moment the Leeds United fan attacked Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Chris Kirkland during last name's game

Chris Kirkland attacker has damaged Leeds United's image says chairman Ken Bates

Leeds chairman Ken Bates believes the fan who attacked Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Chris Kirkland in the ill-tempered Yorkshire derby at Hillsborough on Friday night has caused severe damage to his club's efforts to improve their image.

Robert Snodgrass celebrates after putting Leeds 1-0 up at the Emirates
earlier this month

Norwich signing Robert Snodgrass couldn't turn Premier League chance

New Norwich signing Robert Snodgrass admitted the chance to play in the Barclays Premier league was too good to pass up.

Jason Pearce has left Portsmouth to join Neil Warnock at Leeds

Pearce move starts Leeds rebuilding, says Warnock

The Leeds United manager, Neil Warnock, has secured his first signing of the summer with the capture of central defender Jason Pearce from Portsmouth.

Southampton keeper Kelvin Davis is mobbed at the final whistle after almost single-handedly keeping Leeds at bay
Fabian Delph is back at Aston Villa receiving treatment on his ankle

Fabian Delph could miss rest of season for Aston Villa

Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish admits it is unlikely midfielder Fabian Delph will play again this season after suffering an ankle injury during his loan spell at Leeds.

Ken Bates on Neil Warnock: 'He has a proven track record... and gets value for money out of players'

Warnock's pep talk inspires Leeds

Leeds United 3 Doncaster Rovers 2: New manager delivers half-time verdict and then watches as his new squad complete comeback

Leeds appoint Warnock as manager

Leeds have confirmed the appointment of Neil Warnock as manager.

Leeds accept Howson bid from Canaries

Norwich City will open contract talks with Jonny Howson after Leeds "reluctantly" accepted an undisclosed offer for the 23-year-old midfielder, who is out of contract in the summer.

Leeds have reluctantly agreed to sell Jonny Howson

Norwich bid for Leeds captain Jonny Howson accepted

Norwich have had a bid accepted for Leeds midfielder and captain Jonny Howson.

Headingley to stage club challenge

Headingley was today confirmed as the venue for the 2012 World Club Challenge but there is a growing possibility of it being taken abroad in future, according to Leeds chief executive Gary Hetherington.

Prop James Graham (right) evades the New Zealand defence during England's impressive 28-6 win last weekend

Graham aims to beat the Aussies...then join them

England's flame-haired forward takes on the old enemy in the final tonight before heading Down Under

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