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Leeds United 1984-85 No.0140
A great start to the 1984-85 season for Eddie Gray's Leeds United gave some hope for the United faithful that this could be the season. Unfortunately though that was soon quashed as the team lost the following three and it was this kind of inconsistency that scuppered any hopes of promotion for Leeds. Again in the domestic Cups Leeds were knocked out at the early stages, losing 4-0 at Elland Road to Watford in the second stage of the Football League Cup and again at Elland Road United were beaten by Everton in the 3rd Round of the FA Cup by two goals to nil. The up and down season for United was highlighted by some exciting football from Eddie Grays young side. The 6-0 thrashing of Oldham Athletic and the 5-0 beating of Notts County at Elland Road were mirrored by the equally impressive 1-0 win over eventual Champions Oxford United and the 2-1 win at Maine Road over promoted Manchester City. Gray seemed to be getting it together as his United side finished the campaign in 7th place.

Back Row: Martin Dickinson, Neil Aspin, Andy Linighan, Tony Brown, George McCluskey, John Donnelly.
Middle Row: Geoff Ladley (Physio), Keith Mincher (Coach), John Stiles, John Sheridan, David Harvey, Phil Hughes, Dennis Irwin, Peter Lorimer, Mark Gavin, Peter Gunby (Coach).
Front Row: Andy Ritchie, Frank Gray, Scott Sellars, Eddie Gray (Manager), Jimmy Lumsden (Assistant Manager), Tommy Wright, Gary Hamson, Andy Watson.
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Job Done Graffiti
The little present the players? left in their changing room after the Play Off Semi final win against Preston at Deepdale in 2006. The message is to Preston manager Billy Davies who after the first leg thought he had the tie sewn up. 'Job Done' was his message after the 1-1 draw at Elland Road. United won the away fixture 2-0 with Rob Hulse and Frazer Richardson netting for the Whites in front of 20,383.
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Beckford's Ball
Jermaine Beckford in action for the Whites here at Elland Road in the game against Gillingham on the 19th September, 2009.

Jermaine Beckford was signed for Leeds United by manager Kevin Blackwell on the 16th march, 2006. Pulled from non-league Wealdstone F.C. for 50,000 pounds Beckford found it hard to find a place in Blackwell's first eleven and the striker was loaned out to Carlisle United for a month in the first quarter of the 2006-07 season. He was handed his first start for United when Dennis Wise took over the managership but was soon away on loan again, this time with Scunthorpe United. After Jermaine impressed at Scunthorpe, helping the club gain promotion to the Championship Wise gave him another chance and he started the 2007-08 season. Beckford did not disappoint as the striker scored 20 in the league that season helping the Whites reach the Play Off's. Beckford has owned the number nine shirt since and in 2008-09 became the quickest Leeds player to bag 20 goals in a season; since Hotshot Peter Lorimer during the Revie era, and soon after became only the fifth player in the clubs history to score 30 goals in a season. Beckford netted 34 times the most goals by any United player since John Charles bagged 43 in the season 1953-54.

United were looking to make it 15 league wins on the bounce at Elland Road in the game against Gillingham. Grayson kept the same team that drew away at Southend United in the previous game. Gillingham started the game brightly and it was the visitors who had the first chance on goal but the shot was fired wide, United responded straight away with a Luciano Becchio effort that was poked out by a Gills defender for a corner. Robert Snodgrass whipped in the corner for the Whites and it was Bradley Johnson who found the net with a strong header giving United the lead. Just 10 minutes later on 28 minutes it was Bradley Johnson again who found the net for Leeds firing home a low effort after a delightful ball by Jermaine Beckford that the Gillingham keeper was unable to handle. United now with a two goal advantage cruised to the half time whistle, and with just thirty seconds into the second half gone United made it three. A Robert Snodgrass ball into the box was glanced on by the head of Jermaine Beckford and Johnny Howson blasted home his first goal of the season for the Whites. On fifty minutes the visitors managed to get one back which in turn instilled a new spirit into the Gills who hadn't given up the game but that mattered little and the points were as good as rewarded on 80 minutes when Jermaine Beckford headed home his sixth goal of the season after the ball came off the cross bar from a Michael Doyle effort from outside the box. 21,026 fans turned up for the game at Elland Road and watched Grayson's men win their 15th consecutive league win on home soil.

Leeds United: Higgs, Crowe, Kisnorbo, Bromby, Doyle, Howson, Johnson, Hughes, Beckford, Becchio, Snodgrass.
Subs: Kilkenny for Crowe, Michalik for Snodgrass, Grella for Becchio.

Thanks to Lee Hession for this great pic.
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A Packed Lowfields
A shot of the Lowfields here taken during the first division clash with Leicester City in the season 1974-75. The game ended in a 2-2 draw and was watched by 29,898 spectatators. Johnny Giles and Allan Clarke got the goals for United. Manager Armfield had inherited Clough's bad start to the season and couldn't turn that round although United finished in a reasonable 9th position despite Clough's earlier failures.

Leeds United: Stewart, Reaney, F.Gray, Bremner, McQueen, Hunter, McKenzie, Clarke, Jordan, Giles, Yorath.
Subs: Hampton for Clarke
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