Photo: Max Gradel wishes a promotion back to the Premier League for Leeds United

Four days after signing a new contract with Barnsley, Paul Heckingbottom was appointed as the new manager of Leeds United yesterday.



The Englishman succeeded Thomas Christiansen after Leeds’ horrendous run of form in the new year.

The appointment of the new manager has not just got the Leeds fans enthusiastic again for the season but former players as well it seems.

A favorite with the fans during his time at the club between 2009 & 2012, Max Gradel took to Twitter earlier today to express his love for Leeds and wished the club a promotion back to Premier League under the new manager.

Check out the screenshots of his tweets below –




(Tweet) Bundesliga outfit trolls Liverpool for Naby Keita move

RB Leipzig Twitter taking shots at Liverpool as the transfer window comes to an end



It seems RB Leipzig  were not at all pleased by Liverpool’s efforts to get Naby Keita in January as the Reds looked to fill the Philippe Coutinho-shaped hole with the Guinea international.

The official English account of the Bundesliga side were perhaps celebrating the end of the January transfer window as they sent out a tweet including a GIF of Naby Keita dabbing furiously.

Liverpool were all set to bring Keita early in January but all of their efforts went to vain as the hierarchy at RB Leipzig refused to sanction the move.

Check out the tweet below –



Pic: Sergio Aguero involved in a traffic accident in Holland, apparently saved by his seat belt

It looks like Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero was involved in a car accident in Amsterdam last night.

The Argentine  was in a cab when the the accident took place and was apparently only saved because he chose to wear his seat belt.

Rumors suggests that the diminutive forward might have suffered a fractured rib and will be out of action for 2 months.

Scary news for the fans and hopefully the striker recovers well after this. Via @r0eland, alleged pictures from the crash site can be seen below –