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Leeds United break Premier League record

Leeds United have set a new Premier League record for the most yellow cards in a single season. In 2021-22, Jesse Marsch's team has received 96 yellow cards, surpassing Sunderland's tally of 94 in 2014-15. Raphinha set the record when he received a yellow card in the first half against Arsenal, challenging referee Chris Kavanagh's decision to elevate Luke Ayling's punishment for a two-footed challenge to a straight red.

  3 months ago ago
Leeds United break Premier League record

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OPINION: The Premier League's top three set-piece takers this season (2021-22)

3. Raphinha (Leeds United) This season, Raphinha has been a guiding light for Leeds United. With his heroics, the Brazilian has almost single-handedly kept Marcelo Biesla's men from relegation. He is currently one of the most talented attackers in the English Premier League.

  7 months ago ago
OPINION: The Premier League's top three set-piece takers this season (2021-22)

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Biesla sacked by Leeds

According to Fabrizio Romano, Leeds United have sacked their head coach Marcelo Biesla and he will be replaced by former Leipzig manager Jessie March. Leeds United find themselves in a relegation battle fighting to stay up in the premier league. Biesla’s team was impressive last season since they were promoted in the premier league since 2004.

  5 months ago ago
Biesla sacked by Leeds

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Mohamed Salah Scored hat-trick as Liverpool beat Leeds United 4-3

Mohamed Salah was the star of the night, as Merseyside giants Liverpool thrashed new comers Leeds United 4-3 to open their first league game of the season on a high note. It was Leeds United first top flight appearances for 5,964 days, but coach Marcelo Biesla in not one for plaudits. It was points he wanted at Liverpool and one was firmly within his team’s grasp until Rodrigo, the clubs £30 million record signing, foolishly gifted Liverpool an 88th minute penalty at Anfield. It was a game of goals as when

  1 year ago ago
Mohamed Salah Scored hat-trick as Liverpool beat Leeds United 4-3