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  1. Post update

    On that note, it's time for us to sign off. But don't worry, we'll be back up and running from 9am tomorrow morning when Luke Reddy will steer you through the Danny Baker show and all the build-up to Saturday's Premier League offering. I'll see you tomorrow, too. Goodnight.

  2. As it stands

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    As for the Championship table, Rotherham have drawn level on points with Leeds following that victory.

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds
  3. Full-time stats

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Leeds might have shaded possession, but Rotherham were the team who did most with it:

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds
  4. Player reaction

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Rotherham striker Jonson Clarke-Harris, who scored the winning goal, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was a very special moment for me. I was just happy to make my debut and to score the winner is a bonus."

  5. Player reaction

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Rotherham striker Alex Revell, speaking to Sky Sports: "It's a great time for me to get my first goal of the season. To get it in a local derby when we needed it. We didn't turn up for the first 15 minutes but after that I think we deserved it. The second goal was worth winning any game."


    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Steve Evans has masterminded another memorable victory for Rotherham supporters. They've only gone and beaten Leeds United.

  7. CLOSE!

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    A defensive mistake lets in Rotherham's Alex Revell, who unconvincingly dances round the keeper but is denied a tap-in by Gaetano Berardi.


    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Four minutes of time to be added on.

  9. CLOSE!

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Almost a third for Rotherham, but the angle beats Alex Revell whose shot is deflected wide for a corner. Top marks to Jonson Clarke-Harris for a superb flick-on 40 yards from goal.


    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    A late change for Leeds - striker Steve Morison coming on for defensive midfielder Tommaso Bianchi.

  11. Post update

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Mirco Antenucci from 25 yards and Adam Collin somehow turns a stinging shot round the post. A match-saving save? From the resulting corner, the ball finds its way to Adryan on the edge of the box and the youngster's effort goes just over the bar.

  12. Cav you believe it?

    French Ligue 1

    Edinson Cavani is sent off

    Paris St-Germain have moved to within four points of Ligue 1 leaders Marseille thanks to a 3-1 win over nine-man Lens.

    However, that might not be what makes the headlines in France tomorrow.

    Edinson Cavani, who scored PSG's third, was sent off moments later; he was booked for a sniper celebration and then shown a second yellow card for touching the referee to contest the decision.

  13. CLOSE!

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Leeds are turning the screw now - Rudy Austin putting the ball into the six-yard box and it's cleared just before it finds Billy Sharp at the back stick.


    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Rotherham's Ben Pringle pops off for an early bath, being replaced by Richie Smallwood.

  15. Post update

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Adryan has looked bright for Leeds and the youngster, who is on loan from Flamengo, flashes a shot just wide. Almost an instant hero.


    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    That booking proves to be Souleymane Doukara's final act and he is replaced by Billy Sharp up front for Leeds.


    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Souleymane Doukara with a striker's challenge which leaves Joe Skarz in a crumpled heap on the floor. Yellow card.


    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Some argy-bargy between Marco Silvestri and Alex Revell ends with both players being booked. Fifteen minutes left.

  19. Post update

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Jonson Clarke-Harris has really took the game to Leeds since coming off the bench and he goes close again, this time with a header which is heading into the bottom corner before Marco Silvestri intervenes.

  20. Post update

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds

    Rotherham supporters have waited almost 10 years for this league meeting. And they're enjoying it.

    Leeds are not done yet though and Adryan fashions room before rifling in a low shot which is turned round the post by Adam Collin.

  21. GOAL

    Rotherham 2-1 Leeds - Jonson Clarke-Harris

    What a comeback from the hosts, who storm into the lead via super sub Jonson Clarke-Harris. The striker, who has been on the pitch for a matter of seconds, picks up the ball just inside the Leeds half and drives forward before hammering a swerving shot into the corner from 28 yards out. A very sweaty Steve Evans almost loses his trousers celebrating.


    Rotherham 1-1 Leeds

    Here comes the Brazilian wonderkid, who is nicknamed 'the new Zico', Adryan for Leeds. He replaces fellow talented youngster Lewis Cook. Rotherham also make a change - Jonson Clarke-Harris is on for Matt Derbyshire.


    Rotherham 1-1 Leeds

    Leeds have the ball back in the net, but Souleymane Doukara's effort from eight yards out is correctly ruled out for offside.

  24. Van Gaal's three-month report card

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Telegraph journalist Jason Burt: "I don't think he's done as good a job as he would have expected. He said to judge him after three months when he was appointed - he didn't like it when he was asked it in a press conference today. He didn't expect people to bring it back to him."

    Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic: "He will be trying to instil confidence to the whole team, make them believe they're one of the top teams in the world. He works with that confidence day in and day out."

    Ex-Scotland international Pat Nevin: "I remember feeling a bit like a lone voice after the MK Dons defeat that it wasn't the end of the world. I wouldn't be worried if I was a Man Utd fan - I think he will be successful."

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal
  25. Post update

    Rotherham 1-1 Leeds

    BBC Radio Sheffield's Jonathan Buchan at New York Stadium

    "11,350 including 2,294 away fans making for an electric atmosphere here at the New York Stadium!"

  26. GOAL

    Rotherham 1-1 Leeds - Alex Revell

    The Millers are level, and it's all down to their play-off final hero Alex Revell. Lee Frecklington drives into the box and has a shot saved, but Revell hooks in the rebound. The New York Stadium is bouncing now.

  27. Post update

    Rotherham 0-1 Leeds

    The game is really opening up now and, as Rotherham press, a chance opens up for Alex Mowatt at the other end. His low shot is well saved.

  28. Get involved

    We're asking for your sporting superstitions. Here are some of the best from the BBC Sport Facebook page:

    Benn Hann: Touch the crossbar!! Both hands!!!

    Connor Blackwell: Right boot on first

    Chris Little: Always wear something green


    Rotherham 0-1 Leeds

    Ironic cheers from the home crowd as Leeds midfielder Tommaso Bianchi is booked. The atmosphere has really been cranked up a notch in the second half. What do they put in the pies at the New York Stadium?

  30. Trouble at Serbia v Albania

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Stoke and Bosnia keeper Asmir Begovic: "I was watching the game and you could see it coming. They need to think about playing these games at neutral grounds. They're very difficult to manage and keep in good order."

  31. Post update

    Rotherham 0-1 Leeds

    Rotherham have started the second half brightly and Paul Taylor tries his luck with a swerving free-kick which is beaten away by Marco Silvestri.

  32. KICK-OFF

    Rotherham 0-1 Leeds

    We're back under way at Rotherham, where the hosts have made a change - Paul Taylor on for Ryan Hall.

  33. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Rotherham 0-1 Leeds

    Ex-Leeds midfielder Robert Snodgrass: Great to see young @alex_mowatt playing here reminds me so much like Wilshere way he moves and his technique. Great talent.

  34. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Edward: Any team that Mick Jagger supported during the 2010 or 2014 World Cup, ended up losing. #verysuperstitious

  35. Post update

    Scrap that last entry... Paris St-Germain now lead 3-1 at Lens. Edinson Cavani has bagged.

  36. Is Mourinho the best manager for Hazard?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Telegraph journalist Jason Burt: "He's tried it before with different players at Chelsea.

    "He develops great teams but does he ever develop a great player? Hazard has the potential to be one of the best players in the world - is Chelsea the best club for him?"

  37. Is Mourinho the best manager for Hazard?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic: "Mourinho is very good at tough love, he can use it as motivation.

    "When he first came to Chelsea he made people like John Terry and Frank Lampard have an aura about them, turn them into winners and make them feel invincible. Maybe that's what he's trying to do with Hazard - bring an edge."

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho

    Rotherham 0-1 Leeds

    Leeds are deservedly in front in this Yorkshire derby at the New York Stadium. Rotherham need to make a brand new start of it in the second half if they are to find themselves A Number 1, Top of the list, King of the hill...

  39. Join the debate at #verysuperstitious

    We're asking for your strangest sporting superstitions, using #verysuperstitious

    Alex Wood: Rafael Nadal's customary routine before every competitive tennis match #twobottles #zigzagsprint

    Ndubuisi Okpara: Daniel Sturridge's backward entrance into the pitch

  40. CLOSE!

    Rotherham 0-1 Leeds

    Rudy Austin, as ever, is Leeds' driving force in the middle of the pitch and he powers forward from the centre of the park before lashing a powerful, angled shot over the bar. Moments later, Souleymane Doukara goes for an overhead kick from six yards out but good defending from Joe Skarz nips the ball away from his toes. Three minutes of time added on.

  41. Is Harry Redknapp under pressure?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Ex-Scotland international Pat Nevin: "A couple of the performances were insipid. They look beaten going into some games, it's not something you expect from a Harry team."

  42. Is Harry Redknapp under pressure?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Telegraph journalist Jason Burt: "I think he is under scrutiny.

    "Sometimes the responsibility has to lie with the players. With his coaches, if a change is needed it would be a big upheaval.

    "The Loic Remy transfer to Chelsea at the end of the window has hurt them. They should have had a contingency plan. It's still quite early to be pulling the trigger.

    "Rio Ferdinand hasn't been very convincing, he's been the biggest disappointment. A decision needs to be made about whether he stays in the team."

    QPR manager Harry Redknapp
  43. Is Harry Redknapp under pressure?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic: "QPR have some quality players, they will take time to gel. I'm sure they'll get better as the season goes on. Harry has seen it all before, this won't panic him.

    "They are going to be in a relegation fight. They aren't far off where they should be. I don't think it's a huge time to panic."


    Rotherham 0-1 Leeds

    Can Rotherham find a leveller? Ben Pringle's superb deliveries appear their best chance of doing so, and the blond winger's centre is met by Alex Revell's header - forcing a superb save out of Marco Silvestri.

  45. Post update

    Rotherham 0-1 Leeds

    Lee Frecklington, who was booked earlier for a challenge on Giuseppe Bellusci, fires in a low shot which is easily saved. Then the midfielder continues to bicker with Bellusci.

  46. Join the debate at #verysuperstitious

    We're asking for your strangest sporting superstitions, using #verysuperstitious

    Mango4Days: Richard Sherman of the NFL likes to eat Skittles after scoring because he believes it makes him play better.

    Scott Cairns: Same seat on the bus for away days. Walk round the stadium anti-clockwise at home before going in.


    Lens 1-2 Paris St-Germain

    The French champions are in control after 45 minutes. PSG were seven points behind leaders Marseille going into the match, but goals from Yohan Cabaye and Maxwell have put them in the driving seat.

    PSG midfielider Yohan Cabaye
  48. GOAL

    Rotherham 0-1 Leeds - Mirco Antenucci


    Leeds storm into the lead their dominance of possession suggests they deserve. Great forward link-up play unlocks the Rotherham defence as Souleymane Doukara slides a perfect ball through for Mirco Antenucci who waits for the keeper to commit before rolling the ball into the corner of the net. A lovely finish.

  49. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    There are rumours that Leeds chairman Massimo Cellino is not at the game today because he hates the number 17 and it's the 17th of October today...

    What are the most ridiculous superstitions in sport you've heard of. Or do you have some yourself? Tweet us using #verysuperstitious or text us on 81111 if you're in the UK, letting us know your name please.

    Leeds chairman Massimo Cellino
  50. Post update

    Rotherham 0-0 Leeds

    Leeds are bossing possession, it seems...

    Rotherham 0-0 Leeds
  51. CLOSE!

    Rotherham 0-0 Leeds

    Leeds are sliced open by Rotherham and Matt Derbyshire should do better when he is played in on goal but his shot is straight at the keeper. In the build-up to the chance, Leeds skipper Jason Pearce sustains a nasty-looking facial injury in a challenge with Alex Revell. After a couple of minutes of treatment, the strapping centre-half is fine to continue.

  52. Post update

    Rotherham 0-0 Leeds

    Rotherham are awarded a free-kick 30 yards from goal and Ryan Hall has a dig... a dipping shot just going over the Leeds bar. How the midfielder would have loved that to ripple into the top corner.

  53. Post update

    Rotherham 0-0 Leeds

    BBC Radio Sheffield's Jonathan Buchan at New York Stadium

    "It's a who's who of ex-Rotherham and Leeds players here tonight. Ronnie Moore, John Breckin, Peter Lorimer and Mel Sterland to name a few!"

  54. Should Ched Evans play football again?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Daily Telegraph journalist Jason Burt: "There are certain jobs you can't just go back and do. I'm not saying he should never work in football again - I just don't think he should play again.

    "Footballers are role models even if some of them don't think they are. I wouldn't expect to be a journalist again if I committed a crime like that.

    "He has a right to work again. Unfortunately my natural sense of 'yes he should have that right' is counteracted by the nature of the crime. There's been no remorse - although he denies it - and football is slightly different to normal jobs."

  55. Should Ched Evans play football again?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Ex-Scotland international Pat Nevin: "I understand everyone who says he should never play again.

    "Where do you draw the line? Is football different to everything else? Does he never get a job anywhere else?

    "I'm happy I'm not the PFA chairman who has to stand by his members. Anyone who argues he should never play in England again, I wouldn't be angry with them. But I think they have to understand the other point of view.

    "I'm completely conflicted."

  56. Post update

    Rotherham 0-0 Leeds

    BBC Radio Leeds's Katherine Hannah at New York Stadium


    "Leeds United fans in great voice at the New York Stadium. Leeds United summariser, former striker Ian Baird, thinks Lewis Cook is playing at the front of a diamond midfield for Leeds tonight."

  57. Post update

    Rotherham 0-0 Leeds

    Good attacking play from Leeds when Alex Mowatt jinks down the left and pulls the ball across to Mirco Antenucci who stabs the ball wide.

  58. Post update

    Rotherham 0-0 Leeds

    Rotherham start brightly and Ben Pringle begins to pop in the crosses - he can't stop once he gets started - and he almost picks out Matt Derbyshire in the penalty area. Leeds manage to clear the danger.

  59. Post update

    Rotherham 0-0 Leeds

    Joe Skarz is in defence for Rotherham tonight. When I used to work as a journalist covering Bury FC, he once asked me if Torquay was a long away trip. His heart sank when I answered in the affirmative.

  60. Hamilton flying high

    Hamilton are the surprise package in the Scottish Premiership this season. They can go four points clear at the top if they beat Aberdeen tonight. Follow the action here.

    Ali Crawford of Hamilton celebrates scoring against Celtic
  61. KICK-OFF

    Rotherham 0-0 Leeds

    A bit of Frank Sinatra. Yes, that's right, Frank Sinatra is played over the loud speakers before Leeds kick us off at New York Stadium. Start spreading the news... we're under way...

  62. Post update

    Rotherham v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    BBC Radio Sheffield's Jonathan Buchan at New York Stadium

    "The battle of the chants from both ends of the New York Stadium has begun! Rotherham, Rotherham, Rotherham vs Marching on Together."

  63. Stoke's start to the season

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Stoke striker Peter Crouch: I still believe we'll finish in the top 10.

    "It was an unusual start to the season. Teams have a different mentality when coming to the Britannia now. They have set up differently and we've had to adjust to that."

    Team-mate Asmir Begovic: "Getting it up to Crouchy is easy, he's a big target. If you kick the ball five yards away from him, he'll control it - he makes me look good."

    Stoke striker Peter Crouch
  64. Post update

    Rotherham v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    Here we go then. The two teams are out on the field at a noisy New York Stadium. Rotherham in their traditional red strip, Leeds in dark blue.

  65. Post update

    Rotherham v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    It's been a long time since these two teams last met in the league. 3,449 days in fact (it's amazing what you can work out on the internet!).

    On that day at Elland Road in May 2005, the match ended goalless. Among the players in the Leeds line-up were Neil Sullivan, Aaron Lennon and Rob Hulse. Lucas Radebe came off the bench.

    Lucas Radebe in action for Leeds United
  66. Text us on 81111

    Andrew: Fascinating interview with David Moyes, it's very sad what happened to him last year. For a man with incredible dignity and self-respect he was treated appallingly by Manchester United Football Club and a large group of so-called 'fans'. Here's hoping he gets the opportunity to return to a top-class football club very soon.

  67. Should Moyes have been sacked?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin: "If someone tells you it's a six-year plan, you plan it correctly, you don't throw money at it straight away. At Everton he never did it.

    "They should have told him if you don't get in the Champions League you're out, then he might have done it differently.

    "'Why should I spend £50m on a £30m player? I will make that money go further', he thought. It's a mistake because that's not the way football works.

    "Louis van Gaal has seen what happened to Moyes and went out and brought in as many big names as he could."

  68. Post update

    Rotherham v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    I'm sure you've all caught sight of tonight's teams by now (19:12), and the Leeds line-up is still without some Brazilian magic. Some Samba flair. Some South American class.

    On-loan Flamengo midfielder Adryan, 20, is yet to make his debut since signing in the summer, but coach Darko Milanic hinted the playmaker's introduction might be near.

    "He can bring South America, Brazil to the team - something a little bit different," the new boss said. "But I don't want to put too much pressure on him. I don't want that. I think he's not prepared to play 40 games in the Championship now, not at this moment. He needs time.

    "It's another world, it is not the same as other leagues. And he is young."

    On-loan Flamenco midfielder Adryan
  69. Post update

    Rotherham v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    BBC Radio Sheffield's Jonathan Buchan at New York Stadium

    "There are three former Leeds United players in the Rotherham United side this evening but BBC Radio Sheffield summariser Rob Scott admits he was surprised to see Ryan Hall in the Millers starting line-up tonight."

  70. Post update

    Rotherham v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    Kari Arnason has done a nice interview with the Sheffield Star since his return from international duty. He's been discussing the best opponents he has faced while playing for his national team.

    "Against Spain I was playing in midfield," he recalled. "Eidur Gudjohnsen told me before the game 'don't ever think you can get the ball off Xavi'. I tried to go for the ball once and he just nutmegged me.

    "Ibrahimovic, you can't really play against him. If he's on it, there's nothing you can do. He's so strong and tall, but he's quick and very technical at the same time."

  71. Post update

    Rotherham v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    Rotherham defender Kari Arnason must have waltzed back into training with a beaming smile on his face this week. That's because the Iceland international played a key role in his side's victory over the Netherlands in Euro 2016 qualifying. And all of it on his 32nd birthday.

    "It was a great birthday present. It was brilliant," he said. "We all know their players like Robin van Persie and Arjan Robben so what we did was close them down from every angle.

    "The plan was, don't sell yourself, don't get beaten one v one. It's a media frenzy in Iceland. They all love it because we're top of the group."

    Rotherham defender Kari Arnason
  72. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Michael Blighe: Re: Moyes (19:11)... I'd like to think he'd end up at the Toon, but I don't think he'd want to be in another negative environment.

  73. Is Raheem Sterling being unfairly criticised?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin: "There is some level of spin involved. It'll blow over - I feel sorry for the player. He's 19, he doesn't need that. He'll feel quite bruised by this."

  74. Is Raheem Sterling being unfairly criticised?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Daily Telegraph journalist Jason Burt: "I think it will rumble on for a few more days. It was a perfect storm with Roy Hodgson being an ex-Liverpool boss. There's been tension between England and Liverpool with Daniel Sturridge.

    "It was like when Alex Ferguson kicked the boot that hit David Beckham, it almost had to be a Liverpool player.

    "The problem with what Hodgson did was the form of words he used. I understand Sterling felt fatigue in his thighs, it wasn't like he was tired and didn't want to get out of bed."

  75. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Rotherham v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    Scott Kelly: Feeling anxious about tonight. Milanic needs his first win and soon. As always, expect great support!

  76. Is Raheem Sterling being unfairly criticised?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic: "It's been well documented, but blown out of proportion. Raheem is a fantastic footballer, he's played a lot of games, and big games too. He might be tired, there's sports science behind it.

    "It's a bit unfair on him, he's 19 - he's still got to develop and learn.

    "You [should] make up a different reason and keep it between you two and the players. It's a lesson learned for everyone on how it's escalated."

    England manager Roy Hodgson in conversation with Raheem Sterling
  77. Don't talk to Pep about tiki-taka

    Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola has been quoted in a new book as saying he hates the term 'tiki-taka'. The former Barcelona manager, who is now in charge of Bayern Munich, says: "I loathe all that passing for the sake of it, all that tiki-taka. It's so much rubbish and has no purpose. You have to pass the ball with a clear intention, with the aim of making it into the opposition's goal.

    "Don't believe what people say. Barca didn't do tiki-taka! It's completely made up! Don't believe a word of it! In all team sports, the secret is to overload one side of the pitch so that the opponent must tilt its own defence to cope.

    "You overload on one side and draw them in so that they leave the other side weak. And when we've done all that, we attack and score from the other side."

    That clears that one up, then.

  78. LINE-UPS

    Rotherham v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    Rotherham: Collin, Richardson, Morgan, Arnason, Skarz, Hall, Frecklington, Green, Pringle, Derbyshire, Revell. Subs: Loach, Broadfoot, Bowery, Swift, Taylor, Clarke-Harris, Smallwood.

    Leeds: Silvestri, Berardi, Bellusci, Pearce, Warnock, Bianchi, Austin, Mowatt, Cook, Antenucci, Doukara. Subs: Byram, Sharp, Adryan, Morison, Charlie Taylor, Cooper, Sloth.

    Referee: Keith Stroud (Hampshire)

  79. Moyes talks to the BBC

    David Moyes

    Read the big BBC Sport exclusive yet? Former Manchester United manager David Moyes has been speaking with our sports editor Dan Roan, and he says he's ready for a return to football.

    "I have enjoyed the time off but I have got to wait on the right job and make sure it's one that I want," the 51-year-old said.

    "I am hoping that the next club I join gives me the chance to build a team, because I think that is what I am good at."

    Where might Moyes end up?

  80. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Meeting friends tonight? Or just having a relaxing night in?

    What will you be chatting about with your mates when the conversation turns to football? Raheem Sterling? The Price of Football? Or just plain old Rotherham v Leeds?

    Get involved tonight, using #bbcfootball, send a text with your name on to 81111 (UK only) or post to the BBC Sport Facebook or Google+ pages.

  81. Post update

    Rotherham v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    BBC Radio Sheffield's Jonathan Buchan at New York Stadium

    Rotherham United's ground

    You wouldn't know it from this picture, but they're expecting a sizeable crowd at New York Stadium tonight.

  82. Post update

    Also in action tonight are Paris St-Germain, who visit Lens in France's Ligue 1, while we'll bring you all the best comment and analysis from BBC Radio 5 live's Friday night preview show. It's bonus football time tacked on to the beginning of the weekend. Let's get stuck in.

  83. Post update

    Rotherham v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    Leeds United certainly hope that will be the case, as do their hosts tonight, Rotherham United. It's all about a Yorkshire derby in the Championship, and we're hoping for as much drama as a half-hour episode of Emmerdale. Or something like that.

  84. All about Yorkshire

    A strong Yorkshire makes for a strong England. That's what they say in the cricket world at least.

    They might have a point. Yorkshire win the County Championship and England, underpinned by the runs of two of the white rose county's finest (Joe Root and Gary Ballance), hammer India 3-1.

    Yorkshire CCC

    Then there was the Tour De France, which started in the United Kingdom's largest county. By heck, that was a good do.

    But, Hull City aside, it's not really been happening for Yorkshire's football teams. But could that all change this season?