Neil Warnock

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Warnock is ready to step aside

Neil Warnock

Neil Warnock hopeful of naming unchanged side when Leeds United play Leicester

Leeds are pushing for a Championship play-off place

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Costel Pantilimon will start against Leeds in place of Joe Hart

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Neil Warnock

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Leeds have beaten Southampton, Everton and Tottenham this season

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Pablo Zabaleta is congratulated on his late goal for Manchester City against Stoke

Manchester City over 'deflated' feeling and ready for Leeds United, says Pablo Zabaleta

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Norther Ireland international David Healy

Former Leeds United striker David Healy accused of assault

The Norther Ireland international now plays for Bury

Former Hull chairman Adam Pearson leads the consortium

Sale of Leeds United will make GFH Capital a tidy profit

GFH bought Leeds from Ken Bates for £17m

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