Leeds United reportedly set Kalvin Phillips target as FA report falls short for Whites

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Friday, 17th September 2021, 8:55 am
ADMIRED: Leeds United's England international midfielder Kalvin Phillips. Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images.

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Whites reportedly set Kalvin Phillips goal

Leeds United are said to have opened talks with Kalvin Phillips over a new, big-money deal, and have reportedly set the goal of reaching an agreement before the end of the year. A host of the Whites' divisional rivals were linked with Phillips over the summer. (Football Insider).

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Read all of the latest transfer rumours at our round up piece HERE

FA publish written reasons behind rejection of Pascal Struijk red card appeal

Hours after Marcelo Bielsa called for an explanation of Pascal Struijk’s sending-off, the FA published the written reasons behind the decision to reject Leeds United’s appeal.

But the five-page report is unlikely to give the Argentine what he believes would be helpful and instructive clarity, not only for him and his players, but for supporters.

Read chief reporter Graham Smyth's take on the FA's verdict HERE.

Read the FA's full written reasons HERE

Marcelo Bielsa's pre-Newcastle press conference

Whites head Marcelo Bielsa spoke to the media on Thursday afternoon ahead of tonight's clash at Newcastle.

Read every word from Bielsa HERE

Steve Bruce hails Bielsa's Whites

Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce has 'never seen anything' like the transformation Marcelo Bielsa has been responsible for at Leeds United.

Read what Bruce had to say about Bielsa and Leeds HERE

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