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 By PA Sport

Uwe Rosler named new manager at Championship side Leeds United

Uwe Rosler moves onto his third managerial job in English football.

Leeds have appointed former Brentford and Wigan boss Uwe Rosler as the club's new head coach.

The club announced via their Twitter feed that the 46-year-old German had signed a two-year contract following talks at Elland Road on Tuesday, and he becomes Massimo Cellino's fifth head coach since the controversial Italian became owner in April 2014.

Neil Redfearn is still under contract until June 30 and had the option of resuming as academy manager, but it remains to be seen whether he has severed...

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Leeds owner Massimo Cellino hits out at 'weak' coach Neil Redfearn

Massimo Cellino accused Neil Redfearn of trying to turn Leeds fans against him.

Neil Redfearn's time as Leeds head coach appears certain to end this week after club owner Massimo Cellino branded him "weak" and "a baby" in an interview with the Sunday Mirror.

Redfearn's deal to coach the first team expires on June 30, and Cellino -- back in office after serving a Football League suspension for breaching its Owners and Directors rules -- has shown no willingness to renew...

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Massimo Cellino won't consider selling Leeds United for two more years

Massimo Cellino will not sell Leeds United until it is clear he can not take them to the Premier League.

Massimo Cellino says he has no intention of selling Leeds but declined  to say whether he would be keeping Neil Redfearn as coach.

Cellino returned to office on May 3 after serving a Football League ban on the back of a tax evasion conviction in Italy, and says he has spent the last fortnight reacclimatising himself with the club.

The arrival of Adam Pearson as the club's new executive director has led to speculation that Cellino may be looking to sell the club, but the ex-Cagliari owner insisted...

Leeds consider Paul Robinson return to Elland Road from Blackburn - sources

Robinson was England's first-choice goalkeeper at the 2006 World Cup.

Leeds United are lining up a move to bring former star Paul Robinson back to the club on a free transfer this summer, sources have told ESPN FC.

Robinson, who won 41 caps for his country, is to leave Blackburn Rovers when his contract expires next month after seven years at Ewood Park.

The 35-year-old made seven appearances for Blackburn this season, but found himself out of favour following the loan arrival of Jason Steele from Middlesbrough.

A source close to Robinson told ESPN FC: "Paul is very...

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Leeds owner Massimo Cellino was conspicuous by his absence as Neil Redfearn's side closed a tumultuous season with a 0-0 Sky Bet Championship draw at home to Rotherham.

Cellino, banned by the Football League for his tax conviction, was given permission to attend the final game of the campaign but did not make himself known as the Yorkshire derby ended in an anti-climatic stalemate.

This could still turn out to be Redfearn's final game in charge, with the future of the Leeds head coach still uncertain,...