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Luke Ayling, Pablo Hernandez and Alfonso Pedraza all feature on the cover of Monday's matchday programme for the visit of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Issue 25, includes an exclusive, feature-length interview with the United assistant head coach Pep Clotet.

Available from around Elland Road and inside the Superstore for just £3 ahead of Monday's Sky Bet Championship clash, our 100-page programme has regular columns from head coach Garry Monk, captain Liam Bridcutt, chief executive Ben Mansford and Leeds legend Peter Lorimer, giving their take on all things United.

We then look at previous encounters between Leeds and Wolves and have put together a Connect XI with players who have played for both clubs, along with all the latest news from Elland Road.

Whites assistant head coach Clotet, then talks to us about his time working in a variety of different countries across Europe.  We also find out about how he first started working with United head coach Garry Monk at Swansea City and his time at Leeds United so far.

It is then time to rewind 25 years to the 1991/92 season, with Howard Wilkinson’s side navigating their way through an unforgettable campaign. Monday's programme continues our serialisation of Dave Simpson’s fantastic book ‘The Last Champions’, where he catches up with the key protagonists from that wonderful season to tell the tale of how United beat off all challengers to win the final iteration of the top-flight before it became the Premier League, with this week's edition featuring Chris Whyte.

We also delve into the archives with some classic photos from that season and the Yorkshire Post’s Chief Football Writer Richard Sutcliffe continues his game-by-game recollection, with the Whites taking on Coventry City as the title swung back into Leeds' favour.

There are also columns from LUTV’s Thom Kirwin and BBC Radio Leeds’ Adam Pope, offering their journalistic perspectives of covering the club, while Gary Edwards and the Leeds United Supporters Club bring you the fans view.

The programme takes an in-depth look at our opposition for the day, Wolves and we also get the lowdown from the Wanderers camp with an opposition view on the game. 

Monday's matchday programme will be available from our various sellers around the ground and inside the Elland Road Superstore.