The Northern Irish side broke the news on Thursday, although there is no word as yet from Leeds United.
Leeds United fans are reacting on Twitter after Glenavon announced a performance partnership with the Championship club.
The Glens - who play in the Northern Ireland Football League Premiership - posted the news via their official Twitter account on Thursday, with the promise of updates to follow on their website later.
Curiously, however, no such information has materialised, while there has been no word at all from the Leeds United camp.
That hasn’t stopped those of a Whites persuasion from saying their piece, mind - here’s how they’ve reacted so far...
Take grot ekuban Anita roofe Felix heckingbottom....in fact take them all— rs (@russelllufc) 12 April 2018
Glenavon FC, I’ll apologise in advance - the level of performance at Leeds is piss poor.— Danny Pigface (@Pigface80) 12 April 2018
Scenes when they beat leeds 4-0— dan (@berardiisgod) 12 April 2018
Are we your feeder club cos our players are way below championship standard.— Steve Jones (@sjlufc) 12 April 2018
Can they teach us how to defend?— Garnet Ruddell (@tincup65) 13 April 2018
Probably Glenavon teaching Leeds how to play football— #Lufc#Mot (@Mattgriff86) April 12, 2018
Can't we pair up with, say, Barcelona or someone else decent?— muddy_tom (@muddy_tom) April 13, 2018
Leeds have always had a strong connection to Ireland, both north and south of the border, and currently employ internationals from both sides - notably Eunan O’Kane and Stuart Dallas.
But there is plenty more Irish talent coming through at Elland Road, with Paudie O’Connor (Republic of Ireland) Bailey Peacock-Farrell (Northern Ireland) impressing after being thrown into the first team in recent weeks.
And with a partnership such as the one with Glenavon, there is little sign of that changing soon.
What do you make of Thursday’s announcement?
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