Frank Dudley

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Early promise: Luke Varney marked his debut for Leeds with a goal

New signings lift Leeds after takeover bid fails

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Leeds' Robert Snodgrass celebrates scoring against Cardiff yesterday

Leeds captain Robert Snodgrass set for Elland Road exit

Robert Snodgrass has left Leeds' training camp after being given permission to speak to an unnamed Barclays Premier League club, believed to be Norwich.

Steven Whittaker injured as Norwich beat Celtic in pre-season friendly

Norwich's 1-0 friendly win over Celtic at Parkhead last night came at a price when new signing Steven Whittaker limped off in the first half with an ankle injury.

Blackburn defender Bradley Orr, pictured during his QPR playing days

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Disappointing news for those excited by the story in yesterday's Sun which suggested that the Stoke City striker Peter Crouch is to get a Sky chat show called On the Couch with Peter Crouch – it's not true.

Young, gifted and traded: Nick Powell (left) is on his way from Crewe to Manchester United; Luke Garbutt was nurtured at Leeds United but snapped up by Everton

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Children will be uprooted from family, friends and their communities

Carles Puyol was thrust forward late on but by then it was too late

Glenn Moore: Leaderless Barcelona pay price against Chelsea for failing to think outside the box

Lack of width and failure to test Cech from distance cost Catalans dear against Chelsea

George Best scores against Manchester City on 27 March 1968

Ferguson is right: this is the most important Manchester derby yet

George Best scored in '68 but United lost to City in that title duel. Denis Law back-heeled them down in '74. Ian Herbert savours the history

Jeremy Paxman has spent years terrifying guests, but was bested twice last week

Have they found the answer to Paxman?

After years of terrifying guests, the grand inquisitor was bested twice last week. Brian Brady asks if there's a knack all can learn

Cantona says: 'I cry a lot. It proves to me that I'm a human being without armour.'

My Secret Life: Eric Cantona, 45, actor

'Every day is a work of art'

'Sick' Ed Miliband spotted at football match

Ed Miliband was spotted at a football match this weekend just three hours after he was due to give a speech that he cancelled due to illness.

Leeds appoint Warnock as manager

Leeds have confirmed the appointment of Neil Warnock as manager.

Jim Montgomery who completed a spectacular double save from Peter Lorimer after first thwarting Trevor Cherry in the FA Cup final at Wembley in 1973

When Jim saved the day to become O'Neill's hero

Incredible stop helped Sunderland win 1973 Cup final. It still reduces him to tears

The Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp (centre) and his son Jamie (right) leave Southwark Crown Court yesterday where Redknapp Snr is accused of tax evasion

Taxman first chased Redknapp over £300k Ferdinand payment

Monaco account 'was intended to obscure money trails'

Henry scored just 10 minutes after coming on as a substitute against Leeds in the FA Cup

Wenger: Henry return is like a dream for me

Arsène Wenger said last night that Thierry Henry's dramatic winning goal for Arsenal on his return to the team in their 1-0 FA Cup third-round win over Leeds United was like a "dream".

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