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 By PA Sport

Massimo Cellino denies Leeds strike claims after six players pull out injured

Cellino insists he had nothing to do with the players pulling out of the squad before the trip to Charlton.

Leeds president Massimo Cellino insists he had nothing to do with the events that led to six players pulling out of Saturday's match against Charlton.

Mirco Antenucci, Giuseppe Bellusci, Dario Del Fabro, Marco Silvestri, Souleymane Doukara and Edgar Cani withdrew from the squad on the eve of the trip to The Valley -- which Leeds eventually lost 2-1 -- citing injuries, prompting accusations that the players had gone on strike.

The club released a statement on Sunday evening looking to draw a line...

Addicks down faltering Leeds

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Leeds' losing run continued after they threw away a first-half lead to go down 2-1 against Charlton at The Valley.

Striker Steve Morison gave the Yorkshiremen the advantage with a volley before Tony Watt levelled the scores after the break and Yoni Buyens gave the Addicks victory with a late penalty.

Leeds' fifth straight defeat was a bitter blow for their boss Neil Redfearn who had to deal with six players controversially reporting injuries on the eve of the clash.

Two of them, first-teamers Mirco...

Norwich maintain promotion push

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Jonny Howson kept Norwich right in the thick of the promotion hunt by scoring the crucial goal against boyhood team Leeds at Elland Road.

City are in the midst of a four-team scrap for automatic promotion and, with two of their rivals winning, needed something special at Elland Road, especially as Graham Dorrans had already missed a penalty.

Howson, who made 226 appearances for Leeds and captained them to promotion, provided it in the 58th minute, with his cool edge-of-the-box finish paving the way...

Cardiff win at Leeds

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Leeds academy product Kalvin Phillips marked his home debut with a goal but Neil Redfearn's side are without a win against Cardiff in 17 matches after the Bluebirds won 2-1 at Elland Road.

Midfielder Phillips, who made his first senior appearance five days earlier at Wolves, gave an energetic performance, to the delight of the home crowd who gave him an ovation when he was substituted soon after the hour.

The 19-year-old struck just three minutes after Sean Morrison had given Cardiff a 14th-minute...

Edwards snatches win for Wolves

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Wolves midfielder Dave Edwards grabbed a last-gasp winner to fire the team into the play-off zone as they beat Leeds 4-3 in a pulsating Sky Bet Championship encounter at Molineux.

After Charlie Taylor had stunned Molineux by giving Leeds an 11th minute lead, Nouha Dicko and Benik Afobe took charge to put Wolves on course for what looked to be a routine fourth successive victory.

Dicko grabbed a first-half double to take his tally for the season to 13 before Afobe grabbed his 29th goal of the season...