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by YorkshireSquare
Sat Jun 15, 2019 7:46 am
Forum: News Articles
Topic: Favourite Leeds United Home Shirts
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Views: 38

Favourite Leeds United Home Shirts

Leeds United haven’t always played in the brilliant all white kits they do today. When the club was founded in 1919 by former Huddersfield Town chairman Hilton Crowther the kit looked awfully familiar to our West Yorkshire rivals with light blue and white stripes. In 1934 Leeds switched to play in t...
by YorkshireSquare
Thu Jun 13, 2019 4:34 pm
Forum: Leeds United Chat
Topic: Championship 19/20
Replies: 28
Views: 1814

Re: Championship 19/20

Cjay wrote:
Thu Jun 13, 2019 4:27 pm
Jonny Woodgate is close to being named Boro boss.

Charlton v Middlesbrough

Been a while since Woodgate and Bowyer stood next to each other in suits :duno:
by YorkshireSquare
Thu Jun 13, 2019 12:59 pm
Forum: Leeds United Chat
Topic: Key Man Departs
Replies: 8
Views: 652

Re: Key Man Departs

Gutted!

:( :cry:
by YorkshireSquare
Mon Jun 10, 2019 6:59 pm
Forum: Content Articles
Topic: Twelve at the Top - 1969 to 1970
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Views: 28

Twelve at the Top - 1969 to 1970

Twelve at the Top - 1969 to 1970 With the confidence boost of three trophies won in just over a year behind him, Don Revie decided to go a stage further tactically, for he wanted to nail for good the dull and defensive image which Leeds United still had to endure. To this end, he went to Leicester ...
by YorkshireSquare
Mon Jun 10, 2019 6:59 pm
Forum: Content Articles
Topic: Twelve at the Top - 1968 to 1969
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Views: 32

Twelve at the Top - 1968 to 1969

Twelve at the Top - 1968 to 1969 Although Harry Reynolds was no longer chairman of Leeds United - he had to relinquish his position on the board due to ill-health - his ambitious plans were still being pursued, and this was illustrated with the construction of a new Spion Kop stand at considerable ...
by YorkshireSquare
Mon Jun 10, 2019 6:59 pm
Forum: Content Articles
Topic: Twelve at the Top - 1967 to 1968
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Views: 32

Twelve at the Top - 1967 to 1968

Twelve at the Top - 1967 to 1968 Leeds United went into the long awaited Fairs' Cup final, first leg, in Zagreb out of form, having taken only one point from their opening three fixtures of the 1967-68 season, and to make matters worse they had injury problems once again. It was no great surprise t...
by YorkshireSquare
Mon Jun 10, 2019 6:59 pm
Forum: Content Articles
Topic: Twelve at the Top - 1966 to 1967
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Views: 31

Twelve at the Top - 1966 to 1967

Twelve at the Top - 1966 to 1967 After two successive seasons of near misses - Championship runners-up twice, FA Cup finalists and Fairs' Cup semi-finalists - it was clear that United had a team of considerable ability, but the question was nevertheless being asked - Are they good enough to win maj...
by YorkshireSquare
Mon Jun 10, 2019 6:58 pm
Forum: Content Articles
Topic: Twelve at the Top - 1965 to 1966
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Views: 31

Twelve at the Top - 1965 to 1966

Twelve at the Top - 1965 to 1966 Leeds had begun the 1965-66 season in competent fashion and were in the group of sides at the top end of the First Division table, when the Italian club Torino visited Elland Road in September for the first round first leg, and found the United players had swopped t...
by YorkshireSquare
Mon Jun 10, 2019 6:57 pm
Forum: Content Articles
Topic: Twelve at the Top - 1964 to 1965
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Views: 33

Twelve at the Top - 1964 to 1965

Twelve at the Top - 1964 to 1965 It was certainly no comfort to Leeds to know that they would start life in Division One without Alan Peacock - who was badly injured in a pre-season friendly match - for it was Peacock who had scored eight vital goals in 14 appearances following his arrival and had ...
by YorkshireSquare
Mon Jun 10, 2019 3:43 pm
Forum: Content Articles
Topic: Twelve at the Top
Replies: 0
Views: 43

Twelve at the Top

http://www.motforum.com/images/th/LUFC-70sTeam.png Refer to it however you wish ‘ The Glory Years ’ or ‘ The Revie Era ’ but in the period between 1963 and 1975 Leeds United were one of the best teams in the country. Twelve at the Top by Colin S Jeffrey is the story in words and pictures of Leeds U...
by YorkshireSquare
Mon Jun 10, 2019 1:43 pm
Forum: Content Articles
Topic: Leeds United Players
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Views: 27

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by YorkshireSquare
Mon Jun 10, 2019 10:53 am
Forum: Content Articles
Topic: Twelve at the Top - 1963 to 1964
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Views: 71

Twelve at the Top - 1963 to 1964

Twelve at the Top - 1963 to 1964 For the first time in many years there was a genuine optimism surrounding Elland Road, as Leeds United embarked on the new 1963-64 season. It was only two years earlier that Leeds had endured the worst ever season in their mediocre history when barely just avoiding ...
by YorkshireSquare
Mon Jun 10, 2019 10:12 am
Forum: Content Articles
Topic: Leeds United History
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Views: 66

Leeds United History

http://www.motforum.com/images/th/1968-LCFinal.png Check out our Leeds United History articles. If you are looking for a more comprehensive history of Leeds United Football Club I recommend you visit the sites blow; - The Mighty Mighty Whites - OzWhite’s Leeds United FC History - WAFLL A Brief Hist...
by YorkshireSquare
Sun Jun 09, 2019 7:54 pm
Forum: News Articles
Topic: 100 Greatest LUFC Players - No.6 Norman Hunter
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Views: 139

100 Greatest LUFC Players - No.6 Norman Hunter

http://www.motforum.com/players/photos/HunterNorman.png 6) Norman Hunter (1960-1976) Country: England | DOB: 29/10/1943 | Position: Defender | Apps: 724 | Goals: 21 Norman “Bites Yer Legs” Hunter joined the Leeds ground staff as a youngster in November 1960, after playing for Birtley Secondary Mode...
by YorkshireSquare
Thu Jun 06, 2019 2:35 pm
Forum: News Articles
Topic: LUFC Favorites To Win The Championship Next Year
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Views: 92

LUFC Favorites To Win The Championship Next Year

http://www.motforum.com/images/th/leeds_derby.png All things considered, 2018/19 wasn’t that bad of a season for Leeds United after all. It would’ve been much better if the Whites managed to get promoted to the Premiership, but it is what it is. If any Leeds fan at the beginning of the 2018/19 woul...