Knocked off the top of the table, the club coached by Marcelo Bielsa are still capable of automatic promotion but have got to sort out their form
Welcome to Leeds United; a club with a chip its shoulder. Go to Elland Road – especially when they’re losing - and you’ll not be long hearing it.
A favourite song when they go behind or when a decision goes against them is “the Football League’s corrupt”. The one that usually follows shortly after is “Sky TV is f*cking sh*t”.
Stick around the ground long enough and you might hear “European champions,” sung while thousands of those distinctive white, blue and yellow scarves whirl around overhead.