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Leeds fans held a protest against Ken Bates at last night’s Yorkshire derby.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 19th September 2012, 11:25 am

It made for a miserable night for United, who lost 3-2 at home to Hull City, and whose players were labelled naive by manager Neil Warnock.

Afterwards Warnock revealed all his loan striking targets to replace crocked Ross McCormack had gone elsewhere.

Fans again voiced their anger in the direction of Ken Bates, holding aloft banners which read ‘Bates out’ and ‘Time to go, Ken’.

Full story on Yorkshire Post website.

In League Two, there were more home comforts for Bradford City, who recorded their fourth Valley Parade win on the trot in a 3-1 success over Morecambe, to end the Shrimps’ unbeaten away record so far this term.

Goals from James Hanson, Kyel Reid and Gary Jones did the damage with boss Phil Parkinson left to hail a finishing masterclass.

Sheffield Wednesday host Huddersfield in a Championship derby at Hillsborough tonight, while York - boasting a fine record on the road this calendar year - visit Burton in League Two.