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Wolves 0 Leeds United 1: Kemar Roofe happy to deflect praise as he looks up

Kemar Roofe admitted he had not scored his first goal for Leeds United after all on Saturday before declaring they could win promotion this term.

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Owls match winner Gary Hooper mobbed by team-mates after his match-winning goal for Sheffield Wednesday

Championship highlights: Watch how Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield Town, Leeds United and Barnsley picked up wins

Yorkshire clubs enjoyed four victories in the Championship on Saturday, while Rotherham United gave a stubborn performance in defeat for new boss Kenny Jackett.

United's Hadi Sacko celebrates with Luke Ayling and Kalvin Phillips, after his cross was turned in by Keemar Roofe.
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Highlights: How Kemar Roofe sent Leeds United up to tenth in the Championship

Leeds’ £3m winger Kemar Roofe scored his first goal for the club as they beat Wolves 1-0 at Molineux.

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Leeds United's players celebrate at full time Picture : Jonathan Gawthorpe

Wolves 0 Leeds United 1: ‘Leeds character shone through’ - Monk

Leeds’ £3m winger Kemar Roofe scored his first goal for the club as they beat Wolves 1-0 at Molineux.

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Goal updates from Hull City, Middlesbrough, Leeds United, Huddersfield Town, Barnsley, Sheffield Wednesday, Rotherham United, Bradford City, Sheffield United and Doncaster Rovers

Saturday Football: As it happened...

The White Rose derby between Bradford City and Sheffield United produced a thrilling match as the headline of all the Yorkshire games on Saturday.
Leeds United's Eunan O'Kane (left) and Pontus Jansson look dejected at fulltime during the Sky Bet Championship match at Elland Road, Leeds. (Picture: Danny Lawson/PA Wire)

Wolves v Leeds United: Eunan O’Kane setting right example for youngsters

EUNAN O’KANE is the ideal role model to help Leeds United’s promising band of youngsters develop, according to head coach Garry Monk.

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Team News: How Yorkshire’s teams shape up ahead of the weekend...

Team News: How Yorkshire’s teams shape up ahead of the weekend...

Bradford City take on Sheffield United in an enticing Yorkshire derby in League One this weekend, the headline fixture in a busy Saturday of action.

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Here’s why I was right over Tuesday’s substitutions - Leeds United boss Garry Monk

GARRY MONK stands by the three substitutions he made during Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Wigan Athletic – reasoning that all three changes were made with the best intentions and that he would do exactly the same again.

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Leeds United's Eunan O'Kane (left) and Pontus Jansson show their frustation at the final whistle against Wigan on Tuesday night. Picture: Danny Lawson/PA.

Is a concerted push for promotion still on the cards at Leeds United?

EUNAN O’KANE believes Leeds United must follow the example of his former club Bournemouth by learning from their mistakes if a concerted push for promotion is to become a reality.

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Contrasting weeks for Huddersfield Town and Sheffield Wednesday (Photo: PA)

Yorkshire Power Rankings: Sheffield United and Wednesday rise but Huddersfield, Bradford and Barnsley drop

IT is all change with some significant movement at the top of the Yorkshire Post Power Rankings table, with Sheffield United being the new leaders - with previous frontrunners Huddersfield Town being usurped.

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More mistakes along the way: Monk tries to manage Leeds United fans’ expectations

Garry Monk said he was prepared for more errors from his team and called again for patience for a developing group of players as Leeds United licked their wounds from a galling draw with Wigan Athletic.

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Kyle Bartley.  Picture Tony Johnson.

Who WAS to blame for Leeds United’s failure to beat Wigan?

Irate as Kyle Bartley felt after Wigan Athletic’s late equaliser on Tuesday, he was not about to start pointing the finger. Elland Road was ripe for apportioning blame as an injury-time goal flew in but Bartley wanted collective responsibility among a group of visibly angry players.

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Gary Sprake in 1970. The former Leeds United goalkeeper has died aged 71.

The black sheep: Why Gary Sprake was shunned by Leeds United for 30 years

Gary Sprake, the former Leeds United goalkeeper who has died at the age of 71 and is described by Eddie Gray as “as good as almost any I’ve seen”, was destined to become the black sheep of Don Revie’s stellar squad.

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George Graham playing for Arsenal against Leeds  is marked by Norman Hunter as he approaches Gary Sprake in the 1968 League Cup Final at Wembley

Gallery: Life and career of Leeds United’s legendary goalkeeper Gary Sprake

Leeds United are tonight mourning the death of their former goalkeeper Gary Sprake.

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Gary Sprake, former Leeds United and Wales goalkeeper, has died aged 71.

Football mourns Leeds United’s ‘golden era’ goalkeeper Gary Sprake, 71

LEEDS UNITED were today mouring the death of their former goalkeeper Gary Sprake.

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HOOKED ON: Uniteds Kyle Bartley gets a foot round Wigans Will Grigg in the Championship match at Elland Road. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

‘We let ourselves down,’ admits angry Leeds United star Kyle Bartley

KYLE BARTLEY was an angry man at the final whistle on Tuesday night.

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Chris Wood gets an early shot on goal.

Missed opportunity: Garry Monk criticises Leeds United’s failure to kill Wigan off

GARRY MONK urged his Leeds players to learn from their mistakes after they threw away two points by conceding a last-gasp equaliser in a 1-1 draw with Wigan.

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Leeds United's players show their dejection after conceding a latte equaliser.  Picture: Bruce Rollinson.

Leeds United 1 Wigan Athletic 1 - Leeds suffer late, late blow after running out of steam

WILL GRIGG may, as the soundtrack to Euro 2016 suggests, be on fire but it was Chris Wood who looked to have lit up Elland Road last night.

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Tuesday Night Football: As it happened...

It was another fascinating night of Football League action with three of Yorkshire's Championship sides in action.
Paul Heckingbottom's Barnsley welcome Newcastle United

Five talking points ahead of tonight’s football for Leeds United, Barnsley, Sheffield United et al

FIVE TEAMS are in midweek action tonight, with the marquee fixture seeing Barnsley entertain Championship title favourites Newcastle United, while Leeds United are in home action against Wigan Athletic.

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