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After dropping points on Friday against Rotherham, Leeds bounced back immediately with a comprehensive win over Swansea.
Goals from Joel Piroe, Georginio Rutter and Dan James helped them close the gap on leaders Leicester, although Ipswich were winners once against which means Daniel Farke’s side are still seven points off the top two - but eight points off top/
They face a tough home game against Middlesbrough on Saturday but go into it in rude health with a full compliment of players available - all apart from Stuart Dallas who remains a long-term absentee.
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It is all change at Elland Road, as Daniel Farke takes his turn in the managerial hotseat at Leeds. The Yorkshiremen suffered relegation back to the EFL Championship in May, it is now up to the former Norwich boss to return them to the Premier League at the first attempt.
Farke’s installation is the latest in a long line of Leeds managers and if there is one thing that the club has lacked in recent months it is continuity. Something that the new owners hope will be found under the tutelage of the 46-year-old.
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Despite an inconsistent start to the campaign, Leeds are priced at 6/5 to bounce straight back up into the Premier League.
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Although, the Whites are certainly not favourites to win the title, currently priced at 13/2, largely due to the fact they’re already 11 points adrift run-away leaders Leicester.
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If you were to offer Leeds fans a choice of a trip to Wembley in the play-offs or a trip to Wembley in the FA Cup final, it is likely that they would overlook domestic silverware in a bid to earn promotion to the Premier League.
With the Elland Road outfit currently priced at 66/1 to win the greatest domestic tournament in club football, a lot of luck and some favourable draws are going to have to go their way and the proposition of the play-offs is one that looks far more likely.
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It is another new era Elland Road, and the Leeds support will hope this one offers more in the way of boom and less in the way of bust. Not only will they be anticipating Daniel Farke’s tenure at the club, but they will also be looking forward to a multitude of betting offers throughout the campaign.
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In fairness to Leeds, life is never dull at Elland Road. If it is not promotion, then it is relegation and when a new manager is announced, he should probably look into short-term rather than long-term accommodation in the area.
Then again, a period of perceived dullness may actually stand the club on a more stable footing. Because although supporting Leeds is certainly a rollercoaster, drama both on and off the field in recent times has arguably been their greatest undoing.
The club went through a litany of new managers during the 2022/23 campaign and even after putting out the rescue call to Sam Allardyce in the final month of the season, they still suffered the ignominy of the drop.
Now though, it is Daniel Farke who is handed the managerial baton and it is not just a new man in the technical area but new owners as well. Owners that are more au fait with American football than the English variant.
With an ownership group that is centred around the legendary San Francisco 49ers, the famous NFL franchise are now looking to apply their sporting acumen to the EFL Championship. They may have purchased a second tier club; they want to eventually own one at the top.
While Leeds have not climbed the top of the English football mountain since 1992 - a year before the Premier League was even invented and with the likes of Gordon Strachan and Gary McAllister creating the supply line for Lee Chapman, they would thwart Manchester United to the title.
A team that was reminiscent of the glory days under Don Revie in the 1970′s. Revie’s team was known as ‘Dirty Leeds’ there was nothing dirty about the way Howard Wilkinson’s men would win the 1992 edition of Football League’s First Division
That was the past and the future of the club is largely unknown. If new manager Farke is still in the job at the end of the season, he must have done something right. The excitement levels may have dialled down a couple of notches but nobody will care if promotion is subsequently delivered.