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Chapel Allerton Whites
With the addition of a Roundhay White, the Chapel Allerton Whites at Wembley for the England v Ukraine game, 1 April 2009
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01/29/20 - 21:05:49 Members - Miscellaneous Leeds Pics
Icons #003 Andy Hughes
A graphic here of Andrew Hughes the United midfielder celebrating with the faithful in front of the Kop at Elland Road. United had just secured promotion to the Championship. Andy Hughes played the full ninety minutes in the game against the Pirates. The graphic taken from the Football League First Division game against Bristol Rovers at Elland Road on the 8th may, 2010.

Andrew Hughes was signed by Dennis Wise on the 9th August, 2009 for an undisclosed fee. Hughes's natural position is on the right side of midfield although his versatility allows him to be comfortable across all the midfield, Hughes has also sufficiently filled both full back positions. Popular with the fans Hughes is not scared of a challenge and has the ability to rally the team on. "...Dennis Wise told me the challenge and the position the club was in. He wants fighters and I felt the challenge of playing for Leeds United..."

Leeds United: Higgs, Lowry, Bromby, Collins, Doyle, Kilkenny, Johnson, Hughes, Gradel, Beckford, Becchio.
Subs: Howson for Lowry, Watt for Becchio, Snodgrass for Beckford.
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01/29/20 - 21:03:01 WAFLL - Graphics - Artwork
Keighley Whites
On the way home after the Millwall game of 2010 and not a sad face in sight.
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01/29/20 - 21:02:05 Members - United Fans
Promotion day
The Prince of Wales with some of the Keighley lads
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01/29/20 - 21:01:00 Members - United Fans
Warnock And Bitter
The Leeds United manager Neil Warnock on the sidelines watches the action on the Hillsborough pitch. Alongside United's manager stands Dave Jones the manager of Sheffield Wednesday. Following a minor pitch invasion by the Leeds fans after United equalised, which saw the Wednesday goalkeeper pushed to the ground, Jones called for every Leeds supporter to be banned from travelling away. The Wednesday boss went on to describe 'all' the Leeds fans as 'vile animals' and also berated United manager Warnock after he led the Leeds players to applaud the travelling White Army after the game. Jones unfortunately did not comment about the Turkey chants that came from the home support, or the missiles and smoke bombs that were thrown by the Wednesday supporters. Around 5,500 Leeds fans made the trip to Sheffield, around 20 Leeds fans invaded the pitch and one Leeds fan pushed the Wednesday keeper. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough on the 19th October, 2012.

After the sacking of Simon Grayson the Leeds United Chairman Ken Bates moved in for Neil Warnock. Warnock joined The Whites on the 18th February, 2012 in a contract that will run to the end of the 2012-2013 season. A promotion specialist Warnock has achieved promotion seven times over his career taking three teams to the top tier. Leeds United is the 13th Club Warnock has managed having been in the business of 'Boss' over 30 years. After his arrival Warnock announced...
"I feel I have one big challenge left in me and believe Leeds is a club that should be in the Premier League," Warnock told United's official site. "I want to be the man who is able to deliver this for a set of fans who never cease to amaze me with their numbers and their loyalty."

Leeds United: Kenny, Peltier, Lees, Pearce, White, Austin, Brown,Tonge, Byram, Becchio, Diouf.
Subs: Norris for Austin, Varney for Peltier.

Thanks To: Eric of the West Midland Whites for this great pic.
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10/18/19 - 23:46:45 WAFLL - United Managers
Redfearn At The Valley
Neil Redfearn United's caretaker manager strutting the sidelines at The Valley here in this one. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Charlton Athletic at The Valley on the 6th April 2013. This was the start of Redfearn's second time as Leeds United's caretaker manager. The first came when he took over the job after Simon Grayson was sacked.

Neil Redfearn became Leeds United's coach for the under-18 academy team on the 30th December 2008 and officially took up the role on the 1st January, 2009. Just under a year later Redfearn was made the manager of United's reserve team after the sacking of Neil Thompson in December 2010. After the sacking of manager Simon Grayson on the 1st February, 2012 Redfearn stepped up to take charge of The Whites in a caretaker role. He won his first match in charge 3-0 beating Bristol City at Ashton Gate on the 4th February, 2012. Redfearn stepped down as caretaker manager after Leeds appointed Neil Warnock, he went on to manage United's Under 18's. He again took up the role of caretaker manager after Neil Warnock quit the managers job on the 2nd April, 2013. His second stint lasted just one game, a 2-1 loss at The Valley against Charlton Athletic on the 6th April 2013, before Brian McDermott took charge of The Whites.

Leeds United: Kenny, Byram, Peltier, Pearce, Warnock, Green, Tonge, Norris, White, Morison, McCormack.
Subs: Varney/White, Brown/Tonge, Austin/Peltier.

Thanks to: Paul for this great pic.
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10/18/19 - 23:44:44 WAFLL - United Managers
Square Smiles
Square Smiles surface pattern here. Loosely based on the Aztec designs of Mexico. Contained in each block is the acronym LUFC with a square smiley badge. Each section brought together in an asymmetrical layout. A cryptic Leeds United design.

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10/18/19 - 23:42:24 WAFLL - Graphics - Artwork
Original Crest
One of the first crests rendered by WAFLL here. I've always been a fan of the Leeds City crest as our badge, it's our longest serving badge up to date and believe it should make a comeback. A lot of United fans don't like the idea, the smiley has always been a favourite amongst a large number of fans so this effort was to try and bring the two together. Unfortunately the Smiley gets lost in this one and I quickly dismissed it in favour of the 'Smiley Crest'.
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10/18/19 - 23:35:17 WAFLL - Graphics - Artwork
Inside Old Elland Road
A great shot here from the back of the Kop at Elland Road looking down at how Elland Road used to be. At the South of the ground you can see the old Scratching Shed formerly known as The Terrace, in the 1920's this stand was covered with the barrel shaped roof we see in the picture and The Terrace became known as the Scratching Shed. Around the same time the stand to the left of the pitch was built that run along the entire length of the pitch, this stand acquired the name The Lowfields. Both the Lowfields and Scratching Shed are no longer part of Elland Road. The Scratching Shed was pulled down in 1974 and in its place came The South Stand we have today. The Lowfields stand was demolished in 1992 to make way for the East Stand.

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10/18/19 - 23:32:59 WAFLL - Elland Road
Hankin goal!
Leeds versus West Brom from 1970s.
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10/18/19 - 04:59:23 Members - United Players And Action
Hankin and Hawley.
Taken from Scoop.
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10/18/19 - 04:57:12 Members - United Players And Action
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