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"Not everything going perfectly" - Leeds United signing would've liked to stay at former club Leeds United goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald would have preferred to stay at Werder Bremen, but he's still happy to have joined the Yorkshire club, as explained in an interview with a German outlet. The 27 year old signed for Leeds United in the last window after becoming surplus to requirements at Werder Bremen.

If Ronaldo Vieira is fit he must not sit Vieira provides a little more muscle and defensive responsibility than Phillips and O'Kane, and his showing against Bristol City showed what Leeds have been missing in midfield this season. Vieira is an important cog for Leeds and is one of the best young players in the country, and should be first choice if he's fit.

Leeds United news: Samuel Saiz explains Elland Road transfer and Real Madrid education Berardi saw red but Taylor was also sent off and midfielder Marlon Pack said: "The ref sent Tayls off for initiating it. I've never heard that one before. "It's very confusing but hopefully the video will back Tayls up and it will be rescinded." City defender Bailey Wright added: "The ref got caught up in the emotion.

Morning Leeds-in for 23 October: Turns out Christiansen can change on the fly Turns out Christiansen does understand how to make changes. The team went out and drubbed Bristol City on Saturday, but didn't try and work it out wide to the fullbacks and lose possession, as they had done in the three previous matches.

Leeds United owner 'upset' over fireworks Andrea Radrizzani, the Leeds United owner, has appealed to the club's supporters to stop throwing fireworks on to the pitch after Saturday's victory at Ashton Gate was marred by flares and then a flare-up. "Everywhere we go our fans are amazing," the Italian businessman said.

Bristol City 0-3 Leeds United: Earning The Right What's he said to the players? That's between the players and him. Is he feeling under pressure? He loves pressure. That's why he's here. This was fine while Leeds United were winning their way to the top of the league, but three quick defeats created a crisis of confidence, because nobody was sure how Christiansen would react.

Mathew Pennington to keep Pontus Jansson out of Christiansen's starting eleven? Leeds's third-straight league defeat against Reading saw nobody crowned with glory in what was a lacklustre and uncommon display from a Thomas Christiansen side.

Bristol City V Leeds United - Thomas Christiansen Post Match Head Coach Thomas Christiansen speaks with Thom Kirwin following the 3-0 win at Bristol.

Bristol City V Leeds United - Ronaldo Vieira - Post Match Ronaldo Vieira speaks with Thom Kirwin following the 3-0 win against Bristol City.

Highlights - Bristol City V Leeds United Watch all the highlights from Leeds United's trip to Ashton Gate.

Ronaldo Vieira justifies inclusion with a superb display for Leeds Thomas Christiansen handed 19-year-old Ronaldo Vieira his first league start yesterday in what was a must-win game if the Whites were to rediscover the form they had started the season with. But it's safe to say that the youngster made a big difference to secure a convincing 0-3 win for Leeds.

Championship round-up: Sheffield United, Leeds United and Aston Villa all victorious Brewers' neighbours Derby County kept up their resurgence with a 2-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday, with Matej Vydra's early penalty and Bradley Johnson's late strike downing the Owls.

Bristol blown off course by storm Saiz - Leeds United News Where did that come from? In just the sort of fixture we've found a struggle in recent weeks, Leeds produced a superb performance to overcome Bristol City and stop the rot.

3 Standout performers for Leeds v Bristol City At long last, Leeds are back on track after a poor run of form. The switch in formation worked wonders, although in saying that it pretty much ended up as a 4-2-3-1 with Kalvin in the 10 role. Either way, it worked. We haven't done one of these articles in a long time because there hasn't been anyone worthy but we're back, so let's go.

Leeds Player Ratings: Bristol City 0 - 3 Leeds United After early goals from Samuel Saiz, the match settled down and despite Bristol City's best efforts to start a rugby match, Leeds were able to win the match 3 - 0 and collect all three points. Leeds moved up two places in the table, to 4th, with the victory, and will host the third place team, Sheffield United, on Friday in a Yorkshire derby.

Morning Leeds-in for 22 October: Leeds dedicate the 3-0 win to Stuart Dallas As bad as the loss against Reading FC looking, this match Leeds looked like the team that was able to run all over the league earlier in the season. Marathon, sprint, stuff happens. Glad to see the club win the match. Also, sad to hear of the passing of Stuart Dallas' mother.

Championship: Ex-Derby County man helps Sheffield United win again; Leeds United, Aston Villa on the march Former Derby County midfielder Paul Coutts got Sheffield United off to a perfect start against Reading as the Blades maintained their impressive form. Coutts, who made 59 appearances for the Rams, put United ahead with a powerful left-foot shot before Billy Sharp tapped in his fifth goal of the season to double the advantage.

Leeds United's Samuel Sáiz hits swift double to halt Bristol City's charge A wet and windy West Country afternoon could not deter the Bristol City faithful packing Ashton Gate to the rafters. The 24,000-strong support came in expectation rather than hope as Lee Johnson's high-flying Robins looked to see off another Championship heavyweight on their dream run towards the automatic promotion places.

Leeds United are back - Player ratings v Bristol City Finally, the Leeds we know and love are back in business. In our preview for the game, we suggested a change to three in midfield with Vieira coming in. That's exactly what happened and it worked a treat. Here's the ratings… Andy Lonergan - 8 - Didn't have much to do but made saves when necessary and his distribution was much-improved today.

Match Recap: Leeds United vault past Bristol City 3-0 Leeds controlled the early part of the match, and unlike in past matches where Leeds would look good for spells with nothing to show for it, Samu Saiz made sure that Leeds would have a better afternoon, scoring two goals in 15 minutes.

Leeds United news: David Prutton makes the case for Ronaldo Vieira to start Prutton said: "When you look at the midfield, if there is another body in there like Ronaldo Vieira which has been discussed then that maybe gives them an extra outlet but also an extra presence from a physical point of view.

Matchday Thread: Bristol City v Leeds United, How to Watch Andrea Radrizzani even had issues trying to watch the match from the Leeds United App, so the club seems to realize that it has work to do to make the experience better for the fans who shell out a fiver to watch the match. BBC Radio Leeds has radio coverage of the match if you're in the UK, otherwise LUTV also has a audio option online as well.

Morning Leeds-in for 21 October: Is Christiansen being a bit too cool for his own good? Is Christiansen playing this too cool? Now, we've seen in the past where Christiansen says one thing and does another, such as stating about how he had full confidence in Felix Wiedwald, only to drop him to the bench the next day, but saying that there shouldn't be a change after three losses in a row seems rather, um, naive?

Match Preview: Bristol City v Leeds United - Can Whites beat Robins to end a sorrow rut? - Leeds United News After succumbing to a profoundly dispiriting home defeat at the hands of a beleaguered Reading last Saturday, Leeds United must undertake the unenviable and arduous task of securing victory at Ashton Gate tomorrow afternoon against an ostensibly impregnable Bristol City side who have not been beaten since August 12.

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