Leeds striker Patrick Bamford: No-one's happy about Super League

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Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford is happy seeing fans united against the Super League breakaway.

Bamford, alongside the rest of the Leeds squad, donned shirts with the slogans 'earn it' and 'football is for the fans' for their warm-up ahead of last night's draw with Liverpool.

"We have seen stuff on Twitter, it is amazing," Bamford told Sky Sports.

"I cannot comprehend the stuff talked about, the uproar when somebody's pockets are being hurt. It's a shame it's not the same with racism.

"Once you're on the pitch you are not thinking about what is being talked about.

"What I have seen in Twitter, not one fan is happy. Without fans football is nothing, it's so important to stand our ground and keep it this way."