Stack extends Leeds stay
By James Pearson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Leeds United will have keeper Graham Stack's services for the remainder of the season.
Leeds United will be able to call on keeper Graham Stack's services for the remainder of the season.
The former Arsenal man initially joined The Whites until the end of January from Premiership outfit Reading.
Following Tony Warner's return to Fulham, Stack will now vie with Neil Sullivan for the starting job under Dennis Wise.
Stack was Leeds' number one before an ankle injury gave him an enforced spell on the sidelines.
Sullivan played in the side's 3-2 defeat to West Brom, although Stack is set to give Wise a second option as he is close to returning to full training.
Meanwhile, Leeds are being linked with a loan move for Crystal Palace keeper Gabor Kiraly.
The Hungarian recently completed a spell with Aston Villa, although it remains to be seen whether he would be willing to join the Yorkshire club.