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Leeds United has been promoted to the Premier League from Championship.
It has been 16 long years. The wait is finally over. Leeds United are back in the Premier League.
Marcelo Biesla’s side has enjoyed a scintillating season, producing some sensational football coupled with impressive wins.
Their ascension to the ‘big-stage’ was confirmed when second-placed West Brom failed to o pick maximum points against Huddersfield. The Baggies lost to the Terriers 2-1 which confirmed that Leeds will be in the top flight next season.
Their play-off semi-final heartbreak last campaign may have left supporters wondering how long it would be until they reached the ‘Promised Land’ once again.
But their formidable form across the course of the last 11 months has seen their promotion secured. They have survived the occasional wobble and rightfully deserve to top what has often been described as one of the most entertaining leagues in the world.