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“I said, ‘I’m not upset about the abuse, I’m angry that someone’s come to the house and done that’. The club were good, they ended up putting security on the house for the whole night.

“I was like, ‘How do I explain to Michaela — don’t worry, everything’s safe’, even though we’re sitting there with security and a security dog outside the house all night.”

At the time, Leeds put out a statement condemning the abuse Bamford had suffered. The striker missed large parts of last season through injury, but has returned to play 23 times for the Championship club this term, scoring four times.

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