In the absence of live sport, there’s been plenty of Leeds United content on Sky Sports and BT Sport recently, with a whole afternoon devoted to the 19/20 season so far last Sunday.

Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville ruled the roost over the Leeds v Liverpool 2000/01 classic on this week’s Monday Night Football and BT Sport also showed the game this week.

Now the BBC is set to get in on the act with 100 years of Leeds United’s history on a Football Focus special on Saturday, March 28.

The show is on BBC1 at midday and it was highlighted by BBC Leeds journalist Adam Pope.

The centenary year has gone pretty much to plan on the pitch for Leeds but things off it have brought the season grinding to a halt.

Leeds are sat on top of the table with nine games to go but there’s no commitment to the re-start of the season yet in the face of the Coronavirus outbreak.

With no live football to watch, we’re loving the fact that Leeds are getting more than their fair share of time on TV.

After having more games shown live than any other side in the Championship, and more than a lot of Premier League sides, this seems like good payback to us.

Set your planners to record now!

In other Leeds United news, ‘We’re just hearing’ – Jim White says EFL has opened negotiations over radical Coronavirus plan

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