Home Farm FC have formed an alliance with Premiership leaders Leeds United. Currently there are 9 ex-Home Farm players at Elland Road including Irish Internationals Gary Kelly, Alan Maybury and Stephen McPhail. Leeds will provide technical support to the Home Farm coaching team under the guidance of Liam Touhy and all Home Farm teams will wear the Leeds United crest on their jerseys. Elsewhere, Finn Harps manager Gavin Dykes has transfer listed six high profile players including Johnny Kenny and James Mulligan. The cash strapped club has been forced to sell the players in an effort to raise the necessary cash to sign a new striker. Besides Mulligan and Kenny, Pascal Vaudequin, Mark Hutchinson, Jonathan Speak and Eamonn Sheridan have also been placed on the list. Harps have slipped back into the relegation zone after Monday's defeat to Galway and have been getting smaller attendances as a result.