Leeds United news - Patrick Bamford's receives sympathy, Marcelo Bielsa's admission and Kalvin Phillips makes vow
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Marcelo Bielsa's capital admission
Marcelo Bielsa is glad that Leeds United's London curse is finally "resolved" and now hopes his second win in the capital arrives quicker than the first.
"They talk a lot about this situation and we are glad it's resolved. We hope it doesn't last that long again," Bielsa said.
Kalvin Phillips makes vow
Kalvin Phillips says there will be no 'break' in Leeds United's hard work in a bid to scale loftier heights on the Premier League ladder.
“There’s a little bit of a break now but it doesn’t mean we aren’t going to go and work hard, so hopefully we’ll just carry on," Phillips said.
Patrick Bamford receives sympathy from Dean Smith
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith believes Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford can count himself highly unlucky to miss out on an England call-up.
"There are always players who are going to be unlucky. I think Patrick Bamford is unlucky at Leeds United," Smith said.
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Tyler Roberts says he's 'getting stronger'
Leeds United forward Tyler Roberts believes his recent run of games is allowing him to get stronger and fitter.
"I've had a run of games and I definitely needed it. I just feel like I'm getting stronger and fitter each game," Roberts said.
"Patience has been the key this season. Obviously the season before was a bit stop-start with a few niggling injuries.
Whites loanee's season could be over
Leeds United full-back Bryce Hosannah is waiting to find out whether his season is over with loan club Bradford City due to a hamstring injury.