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Republic of Ireland boss Stephen Kenny not holding breath over Patrick Bamford

Stephen Kenny is not holding his breath in the hope that Leeds striker Patrick Bamford will change his mind and declare for the Republic of Ireland. The 27-year-old scored 17 Premier League goals last season as the promoted Elland Road club sailed through their first campaign back in the top flight, in the process propelling himself to the fringes of the England squad before ultimately missing out on a place in Gareth Southgate’s squad for the rescheduled Euro 2020 finals.
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Fantasy Premier League tips gameweek 38: Sadio Mané, Patrick Bamford, Joe Willock and more

It is the last gameweek of another Fantasy Premier League season, when mini-leagues and overall ranks will finally be decided.If you’re protecting a lead, play it safe. If you’re chasing, now is the perfect time to take a risk and hope your luck is in.As usually happens on the final weekend, all 10 games will kick off simultaneously on Sunday afternoon.This is usually the most difficult week to predict in terms of results and team selections, along with the very first round of fixtures.Try to hold off on making your transfers until shortly before the 2.30pm BST deadline in case...
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Leeds striker Bamford: I'm now Lord Patrick Bamford!

Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford has been made a Lord!. Bamford is now officially Lord of Hougun Manor in Cumbria after Leeds fans James Bushnell Senior and his son James bought him the title. The striker has scored 16 goals to help Leeds enjoy their best season since 2002 and...
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Southampton 0-2 Leeds: Patrick Bamford scores AGAIN for Marcelo Bielsa's side who spoil the party as 8,000 fans return to St Mary's... with Tyler Roberts scoring stoppage-time clincher for the visitors

Leeds, Patrick Bamford, Tyler Roberts, Southampton F.C., Marcelo Alberto Bielsa Calderon, St Mary's Stadium, Premier League, Arsenal F.C., Stuart Armstrong, Everton F.C. Patrick Bamford and Tyler Roberts were on the scoresheet for Leeds as Marcelo Bielsa's side Leeds leapfrogged Everton and Arsenal in the Premier League table after victory at Southampton on Tuesday night.
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Patrick Bamford lifts Leeds up to eighth with victory over Southampton

Leeds struck twice late on to secure a hard-fought 2-0 win over Southampton at St Mary’s and guarantee a top-half Premier League finish. The game looked to be heading for a draw until Patrick Bamford poked the ball through the legs of Saints goalkeeper Alex McCarthy to give his side a 73rd-minute lead. It was Bamford’s 16th goal of the season and does no harm to his chances of securing a place in Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the Euros.
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Chelsea are best placed to sign Harry Kane but a reunion with Mauricio Pochettino at PSG could be on the cards... where Tottenham's star striker could end up this summer and the candidates to replace him at Spurs - including Patrick Bamford and Danny Ings

Harry Kane has delivered the bombshell Tottenham have been fearing and told the club that he wants to leave in the summer. The 27-year-old striker has over 200 goals for Spurs but no trophies to his name. And with Tottenham heading towards another season away from Champions League football, Kane appears to have signalled the beginning of the end of his Spurs career.
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Patrick Bamford and Tyler Roberts down Southampton and ensure Leeds top-10 finish

At half-time, Leeds United were out of sorts, cowed by the noisy Southampton crowd and their chance-spurning team. Then, galvanised by two half-time Marcelo Bielsa substitutions and the resurgence of Patrick Bamford, Leeds shook themselves down, created a hatful of their own chances, converted two of them and flew back to Yorkshire with the three points which took them to eight place and guaranteed their first Top 10 finish in 19 years.