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Leeds United 0-0 Rotherham United

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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,...

 By PA Sport

Burton boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink plays down Leeds United talk

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has guided Burton into League One for the first time in their history.

Burton manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has said he "can't do anything about speculation" after being linked with the job at his former club Leeds United.

Speaking to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Hasselbaink's agent Humphrey Nijman said: "They [Leeds] have showed interest, but there is nothing decided yet. That is all I can say about it."

Neil Redfearn's future at Elland Road...

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Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink linked to Leeds United manager position

It's been speculated that Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink, right, will replace Neil Redfearn at Leeds United.

The agent of former Leeds United and Chelsea star Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink has fuelled speculation that the 43-year old will take over as manager at Elland Road in the summer.

Speaking to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Hasselbaink's agent Humphrey Nijman said: "They [Leeds] have showed interest, but there is nothing decided yet. That is all I can say about it."

Hasselbaink, who is currently manager at League Two side Burton Albion, scored 42 goals for Leeds in 87 appearances at the club between 1997...

Leeds end slump

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Leeds United ran out 2-1 winners against Sheffield Wednesday in a hotly contested Yorkshire derby at Hillsborough.

The visitors had to come from behind to win after Chris Maguire's controversial first half penalty. However, second half goals from Charlie Taylor and Steve Morison ensured Leeds claimed their first win in six matches.

The visitors started the game well, with Morison capitalising on a loose ball on the edge of the box, only to drag his shot just short of the near post.

The match had all...

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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...