Sheffield Wednesday keeping their mission to move away from Championship relegation threat heading into the right course as this weekend they successfully demolished Leeds United at Hillsborough Stadium.
League Two side, Rochdale felt the FA Cup surprise spirit as they successfully picked up a precious home win over Championship team, Leeds United this weekend. The home team looked in such confident mood as they put on an attacking effort straight from kick, trying not to get intimidated with Leeds' big name.
Leeds United have to hold down their ambition in pushing forward into play offs zone as they suffered a disappointing home defeat on the latest English Championship fixture against Blackburn Rovers last Wednesday.
Watford 1-2 Leeds United FC highlights: Watford missed out on the shot to grab automatic promotion into the Premier League after they suffered a disappointing home defeat against Leeds United on Saturday.
Confusion is currently looking on Leeds United current owner, GFH Capital as they're tinkering about whether to sell their share at the club or not. After only three months in charge of Leeds, GFH apparently already considering the sale of their shares at the club, but apparently not for selling them completely but only to add more investors on board.
Ian Holloway's passionate act as Crystal Palace manager may helped his team in winning matches, but it didn't aid his cause with the English Football Association as his facing potential misconduct charge by the governing body after confronting officials and Leeds United player, Luke Varney at full time of his side's encounter against the Whites not long ago.
Crystal Palace have a score to settle this upcoming Saturday as the home side play host to Leeds United which ended Palace's 14 matches unbeaten run earlier this season.
The Eagles' boss Ian Holloway also acknowledge the potential sideline 'battle' between him and Neil Warnock who Holloway considered as a very competitive tactician and someone that the Palace manager truly respect.
Racism issues continue to hit the headlines, but this time a rather positive news surfaced as Millwall reportedly have decided to give a lifetime ban for their fan who got was proved to racially abusing Leeds United player, El Hadji Diouf back in November.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini regained his believe over City's chance in catching up with their rival Manchester United at the top of Premier League as the tactician believes their recent poor results can happen to every side including United.