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D Drew 1 - 1 against Nottingham Forest on July 11th L Lost 0 - 1 against Brentford on July 15th W Won 2 - 0 against Birmingham City on July 18th D Drew 1 - 1 against Bristol City on July 22nd L Lost 1 - 3 against Brentford on July 11th L Lost 1 - 2 against Cardiff City on July 14th L Lost 1 - 3 against Leeds United on July 19th W Won 3 - 1 against Birmingham City on July 22nd L Lost 0 - 1 against Millwall on July 14th W Won 4 - 3 against Reading on July 18th L Lost 2 - 3 against Luton Town on July 22nd W Won 3 - 1 against Middlesbrough on July 11th D Drew 1 - 1 against Stoke City on July 15th L Lost 0 - 1 against Swansea City on July 18th L Lost 0 - 3 against Sheffield Wednesday on July 11th D Drew 1 - 1 against Luton Town on July 14th W Won 4 - 3 against Millwall on July 18th W Won 1 - 0 against Charlton Athletic on July 11th L Lost 1 - 2 against Middlesbrough on July 14th L Lost 3 - 4 against Blackburn Rovers on July 18th L Lost 1 - 4 against Swansea City on July 22nd W Won 2 - 0 against Birmingham City on July 12th D Drew 1 - 1 against Bristol City on July 15th W Won 1 - 0 against Brentford on July 18th W Won 4 - 1 against Nottingham Forest on July 22nd D Drew 0 - 0 against Huddersfield Town on July 14th L Lost 3 - 5 against Fulham on July 18th L Lost 1 - 2 against Middlesbrough on July 22nd L Lost 1 - 3 against Bristol City on July 11th W Won 2 - 1 against Reading on July 14th L Lost 1 - 3 against Cardiff City on July 18th W Won 2 - 1 against Sheffield Wednesday on July 22nd L Lost 0 - 2 against Luton Town on July 10th D Drew 0 - 0 against Sheffield Wednesday on July 14th L Lost 1 - 4 against Millwall on July 22nd W Won 2 - 0 against Huddersfield Town on July 10th W Won 1 - 0 against Hull City on July 18th W Won 3 - 2 against Blackburn Rovers on July 22nd L Lost 0 - 2 against Stoke City on July 12th D Drew 1 - 1 against Charlton Athletic on July 15th L Lost 1 - 3 against Derby County on July 22nd D Drew 0 - 0 against Wigan Athletic on July 11th L Lost 0 - 1 against Leeds United on July 16th W Won 1 - 0 against Nottingham Forest on July 19th W Won 2 - 1 against Brentford on July 22nd L Lost 0 - 1 against Reading on July 11th D Drew 1 - 1 against Birmingham City on July 15th D Drew 2 - 2 against Wigan Athletic on July 18th L Lost 0 - 4 against Leeds United on July 22nd D Drew 0 - 0 against Barnsley on July 11th W Won 8 - 0 against Hull City on July 14th D Drew 2 - 2 against Charlton Athletic on July 18th D Drew 1 - 1 against Fulham on July 22nd L Lost 0 - 1 against Millwall on July 11th L Lost 0 - 8 against Wigan Athletic on July 14th L Lost 0 - 1 against Luton Town on July 18th L Lost 0 - 3 against Cardiff City on July 22nd Having found success in both domestic and European cup competitions, manager Revie chose to focus on the league for the —69 campaign.
Having rejected an offer to manage Birmingham City, Revie chose to remain at Leeds for the —71 campaign. In the —73 season, the Whites again came close to a Treble, but they finished third in the league and lost the FA Cup Final to Second Division Sunderland 1—0 against all expectations.
Milan at the Kaftanzoglio Stadium , where they were beaten 1—0 following some controversial refereeing. They won the First Division with a five-point lead over second-placed Liverpool.
The team also finished second in the Football League First Division five times, third once and fourth twice. In a survey of leading football writers, historians and academics by Total Sport magazine, Revie's Leeds United were voted as one of the 50 greatest football teams of all time.
Brian Clough was appointed as Revie's successor. This was a surprise appointment, as Clough had been an outspoken critic of Revie and the team's tactics.
Under Clough, the team performed poorly, and after only 44 days  he was dismissed. Clough was replaced by former England captain Jimmy Armfield.
Armfield took Revie's ageing team to the final of the —75 European Cup , in which they were defeated by Bayern Munich under controversial circumstances.
However, the board became impatient for success and dismissed Armfield in , replacing him with Jock Stein , who also lasted just 44 days before leaving to manage Scotland.
The board appointed Jimmy Adamson but he was unable to stop the decline and in Adamson resigned and was replaced by former player Allan Clarke.
Despite spending freely on players, he was unable to stem the tide and the club was relegated at the end of — Clarke was replaced by former teammate Eddie Gray.
With no money to spend on team building, Gray concentrated on youth development, but was unable to guide them to promotion from the Second Division.
Bremner found it just as difficult to achieve promotion, although Leeds reached the play-off final, but were defeated by Charlton Athletic.
The Scottish midfielder was named captain, and helped Leeds win the Second Division in —90 and gain promotion back to the First Division.
However, the —93 season saw Leeds exiting the Champions League in the early stages, and eventually finishing 17th in the league having won no away matches in the league , narrowly avoiding relegation.
Wilkinson's Leeds were unable to provide any consistent challenge for honours, and his position was not helped by a poor display in the League Cup final which Leeds lost to Aston Villa.
Leeds could only finish 13th in —96 , and after a 4—0 home defeat by Manchester United early in —97 , Wilkinson had his contract terminated.
One of the legacies of Wilkinson and youth coach Paul Hart was the development of Leeds United's youth academy, which has produced numerous talented footballers over the years.
Leeds appointed George Graham as Wilkinson's successor. This appointment was controversial as Graham had previously received a one-year ban from The Football Association for receiving illegal payments from a football agent.
However, during the same period, the team's image was tarnished when players Jonathan Woodgate and Lee Bowyer were involved in an incident that left an Asian student in hospital with severe injuries.
The resulting court case took nearly two years to resolve; Bowyer was cleared, but Woodgate convicted of affray and sentenced to community service.
Under chairman Peter Ridsdale , Leeds had taken out large loans against the prospect of the share of the TV rights and sponsorship revenues from UEFA Champions League qualification and subsequent progress in the competition.
However, Leeds narrowly failed to qualify for the Champions League in two successive seasons, and as a consequence did not receive enough income to repay the loans.
Tensions mounted between Ridsdale and Venables and, with the team underachieving, Venables was sacked and replaced by Peter Reid.
At this time Leeds were in danger of relegation, but managed to avoid the drop in the penultimate game of the season, beating Arsenal 3—2 at Highbury with a late strike by Mark Viduka.
Reid was given a permanent contract at Leeds the following summer and brought in several players on loan.
An unsuccessful start to the —04 season saw Reid dismissed, and Eddie Gray take over as caretaker manager until the end of the season.
An insolvency specialist, Gerald Krasner , led a consortium of local businessmen which took over Leeds and oversaw the sale of the club's assets, including senior and emerging youth players of any value.
Leeds were relegated during the —04 season. Following relegation to the Championship , assistant manager Kevin Blackwell was appointed manager.
Most of the remaining players were sold or released on free transfers to further reduce the high wage bill; Blackwell was forced to rebuild almost the entire squad through free transfers, and Leeds were forced to sell both their training ground and stadium in the autumn of Wise was unable to lift the team out of the relegation zone for much of the season, despite bringing in a number of experienced loan players and free transfers on short-term deals.
With relegation virtually assured, Leeds entered administration on 4 May , thus incurring a league-imposed point deduction that officially relegated the club to the third tier of English football;   the club had previously never played any lower than the second tier.
The players whom Wise had brought in were released; he was forced to build a squad almost from scratch, and because of administration Leeds were unable to sign any players until a few days before the opening game of the season.
Despite the point deduction, Wise and his assistant Gus Poyet guided Leeds to a playoff position, only for Poyet to leave for Tottenham, and Wise quitting to take up a position at Newcastle United.
The following season saw a poor run of results, and McAllister was sacked after a run of five defeats in a row. He was replaced by Simon Grayson , who resigned from his post as manager of Blackpool to take the position.
In the —10 season , the team secured the best start ever to a season by a Leeds side, and caused a major upset in the third round of the FA Cup by beating Manchester United at Old Trafford.
However, the team rallied and Leeds won their final game of the season to confirm promotion to the Championship as runners-up to Norwich City.
Leeds spent much of the —11 season in the playoff places, but eventually finished in seventh place, just missing out on the playoffs. In May , it was announced that Leeds chairman Ken Bates had bought the club and become the owner of Leeds.
Despite securing promotion to the Championship, Grayson was sacked after failing to mount a consistent challenge for promotion to the Premier League.
It was also announced Ken Bates would remain as chairman until the end of the —13 season and then become club president. Despite runs to the quarter-finals of the League Cup and the fifth round of the FA Cup albeit with both runs ending in five-goal thrashings, by Chelsea and Manchester City respectively , Leeds's league form in the —13 season was generally mediocre, with the club never making any real challenge for the play-off places.
Warnock resigned with six games remaining, and Leeds just five points above the relegation zone. That summer, Bates stepped down as chairman, and ultimately left the club altogether a few weeks later following a dispute over expenses.
On 30 January, Sport Capital's takeover collapsed due to a lack of "financial backing". Haigh said he and Sport Capital had "injected substantial sums into the club to ensure its viability" but earlier in the week fellow consortium member Andrew Flowers, the managing director of Leeds's shirt sponsor Enterprise Insurance, stated that GFH had "breached their covenant with us" after inviting a rival bid from Massimo Cellino , the president of the Serie A club Cagliari Calcio.
As fans know, we signed a share acquisition agreement with GFH Capital at the end of last year. This meant, I believed, that we were in a position to move things forward and complete the transaction in time for the January transfer window.
Unfortunately, however, some of the consortium's backers ultimately didn't feel able to deliver the financial backing we had hoped was agreed to take the club forward.
On 31 January , under controversial circumstances, it was reported that manager Brian McDermott had been removed from his position as the club's manager following a string of poor results, while the controversy surrounding the club was resolved.
However, Cellino still did not own the club, as the Football League had not yet approved his purchase, so neither he nor his lawyer could sack the manager.
McDermott, therefore, remained in his post. After weeks of speculation regarding the purchase of Leeds United,  on 7 February , Leeds United had announced that they had exchanged contracts for the sale of Leeds to Cellino's family consortium Eleonora Sport Ltd.
At its meeting on 23 March , the board of the Football League decided unanimously that Cellino's conviction by an Italian court meant that he did not meet its owners and directors test, so could not take over Leeds United.
In the backdrop of Cellino's takeover, Leeds suffered an appalling second half of the season, dropping from the play-off places to the fringes of the relegation battle.
In the end, the weak performances of the teams below Leeds meant that they were never in any real danger of going down, and a late run of wins put survival beyond doubt well before the end of the season.
However, McDermott still resigned his position a few weeks after the season ended. After only 70 days, the pair were fired by Cellino. On 1 December , Cellino was disqualified by the Football League after it obtained documents from an Italian court, where he was found guilty of tax evasion.
On 30 October , Cellino agreed a deal in principle with Leeds Fans Utd to sell a majority stake in the club.
Leeds had been in the Playoff positions for the majority of the season before a poor run of form in the final games saw them drop into seventh place.
This was compounded by being knocked out in the Fourth Round of the F. Cup by non-league side Sutton United 1—0, who, at the time, were 84 places and 4 divisions below Leeds United.
On 4 February , Christiansen was sacked after a bad run of games not a single win since Boxing Day across all competitions leaving the team 10th in the Championship table.
On 6 February, Paul Heckingbottom was confirmed as Christiansen's replacement, just four days after signing a new contract at Barnsley. On 24 May , Leeds announced that 49ers Enterprises had bought shares in the club to become a minority investor.
Heckingbottom was sacked by Leeds on 1 June after being at the club for just four months. In doing so he became the highest-paid manager in Leeds United's history.
Bielsa's first season in charge saw Leeds make an impressive start and Leeds remained in the top 2 with Norwich City for the majority of the season, on course for automatic promotion to the Premier League.
However, a poor end to the season saw the team lose out on automatic promotion to Sheffield United.
On 17 July , after 16 years out of the Premier League, Leeds were promoted back to the top flight following West Bromwich Albion 's loss to Huddersfield Town ; Stoke City 's defeat of Brentford the following day confirmed they would go up as winners of the Championship.
In Leeds' first 15 years, the club kit was modelled on Huddersfield Town 's blue and white striped shirts, white shorts and dark blue socks with blue and white rings on the turnovers,   because Huddersfield's chairman Hilton Crowther was attempting to merge the two clubs.
In , Leeds switched to blue and yellow halved shirts incorporating the city crest, white shorts and blue socks with yellow tops. In , Leeds changed again to royal blue shirts with gold collars, white shorts, and blue and yellow hooped socks, thus echoing the original Leeds City strip.
Leeds United's first badge appeared in Like Leeds City before them, the club adopted the Coat of arms of Leeds , which remained on the kit in various guises until A perching owl badge was added to the strip in The design was a surprise given Revie's superstition about the symbolism of birds.
The owl derived from the three owls that feature on the city's coat of arms, which in turn were taken from the coat of arms of Sir John Savile, the first alderman of Leeds.
The owl was usually navy blue, but was coloured gold for the Football League Cup Final. Between and , Leeds used the "LUFC" script that runs down the centre of the current badge, albeit in a diagonal fashion rather than the present vertical.
The script made a reappearance on the 'retro-look' Asics kit used during the —96 season. In came the embodiment of s imagery with the iconic "smiley" badge, made up of the letters L and U in bubble writing.
Revie's predilection for gimmicks was years ahead of its time, and done with the explicit intention of gaining acceptance from a public outside West Yorkshire.
In , another badge was introduced which lasted until , making it the longest lived of the modern era. The distinctive rose and ball badge used the traditional blue, gold and white colours, and incorporated the White Rose of York , the club's name, and a football a truncated icosahedron similar to the Adidas Telstar , but in Leeds colours in the core section.
In the —99 season, the club logo was replaced with a more "European" shield design. The shield retained the white rose, as well as the blue, gold and white colours, with "LUFC" reading vertically down the centre.
On 20 February , Leeds United revealed a predominantly gold coloured badge that would be worn on the players' kit during the club's centenary season.
The crest also carried the date "", the year that the club was founded, as well as the centenary year "".
Leeds United have only ever used one stadium as their home ground , Elland Road, where they have played at since their foundation in An all-seater football stadium situated in Beeston, Leeds , West Yorkshire, England, it is the 14th largest football stadium in England.
Elland Road was previously occupied by their predecessors, Leeds City before their disbanding. With the exception of periods from the s until , and from to , the local council owned the stadium.
It was named by the original owners of the ground, Bentley's Brewery, after its pub The Old Peacock, which still faces the site.
After their disbandment, it was sold to Leeds United. The most recent stand at Elland Road is the East, or Family, Stand, a cantilever structure completed during the —93 season that can hold 17, seated spectators.
It is a two-tiered stand that continues around the corners and is the largest part of the stadium. The Don Revie Stand was opened at the start of the —95 season, and can hold just under 7, seated spectators.
As a result of the bid, Leeds drew up plans to redevelop parts of Elland Road and increase the stadium's capacity.
Ken Bates also revealed plans to take out the executive boxes out of the South Stand to increase the starting capacity by a further 2,—3, More executive boxes would be built in the east stand.
Alex Ferguson has said that Elland Road has one of the most intimidating atmospheres in European football.
A statue of legendary captain Billy Bremner was unveiled outside the stadium in in the area known as 'Bremner Square'.
On 28 June , new Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani completed the purchase of Elland Road , making the stadium property of Leeds United for the first time since The fans at Leeds are fantastic.
Leeds supporters are renowned for singing the signature song " Marching on Together " before and during matches.
Leeds United supporters also have their own salute. Rival clubs such as Manchester United and Milwall mocked the tragedy that took place in Istanbul with offensive chants which added to the rivalry between the clubs.
Alex Ferguson spoke on the rivalry between Leeds United and Manchester United stating that playing against Leeds was a "frightening experience I have always said Liverpool versus Manchester United games are fierce in many aspects.
Sometimes supporters can play a bad part in that particular game. But it never reaches the levels of Leeds United. LUTV is the club's own internet television channel and app, and is available to watch online via a mix of freeview and a subscription service.
The club also published its own magazine, Leeds, Leeds, Leeds , which was first produced in In recent years, the magazine was taken out of circulation in newsagents and supermarkets, and so was only available to official club members by mail or by purchase in the official club shop.
The magazine ceased publication in The club also re-branded and re-designed the official club website in August , with an integrated LUTV facility.
The club also has an official Snapchat account too. It was issued to coincide with the team reaching the FA Cup Final ; the vocals on the original recording were by the Leeds team.
The record reached number 10 in the UK Singles Chart. On the Official Charts Company 's Official Chart Update the song charted at 10 for the second time in its history and was the highest new entry apart from B.
Whilst it is not officially the club anthem, 'Marching on Together' is played before every home game. Unlike many football songs that are just new words set to existing music, 'Leeds Leeds Leeds' is an original composition by Les Reed and Barry Mason , written especially for Leeds United.
For many years, 'Strings for Yasmin' by Tin Tin Out was played before kick-off at Elland Road; it was replaced in the —09 season with ' Eye of the Tiger ' by Survivor and in the —10 season with 'Dance of the Knights ', composed by Sergei Prokofiev.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. On 15 May , Leeds United retired the number 17 shirt due to then-owner Massimo Cellino 's superstitious beliefs.
Up until June , the last occupant of the shirt had been Michael Brown. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the TV play, see Leeds - United!
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Retrieved 28 December Retrieved 4 JanuaryLeeds United (offiziell: Leeds United Association Football Club) – auch bekannt als The Whites Unter seiner Führung belegte Leeds /91 den vierten Tabellenplatz und wurde /92 englischer Meister. Die nächste Saison endete. Championship Tabelle. #, Mannschaft, Sp, Diff, P. 1. News, die nächsten Spiele und die letzten Begegnungen von Leeds United sowie die zuletzt eingesetzen Spieler. Ewige-Tabelle - Championship. "Back where you belong" - Leeds United zurück in der Premier League In der vergangenen Spielzeit war United lange Tabellenführer.