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Leeds United 1936-37 No.0042
Billy Hampson's men avoided relegation by goal difference only in the season 1936-37. United finished in 19th position on 34 points, -20 goals, ahead of Bolton who finished in 20th place with the same points but had a -23 goal difference. Manchester United finished second from bottom on 32 points and Sheffield Wedensday ended the season bottom on 30 points. United had a great season at home losing only four times but away from Elland Road Leeds only managed to pick up three points all season.

Back Row: Willis Edwards, Bert Sproston, Albert McInroy, George Milburn, Jack Milburn, Bobby Browne.
Front Row: Sammy Armes, Eric Stephenson, Jock McDougall, Arthur Hydes, Billy Furness, Arthur Buckley.
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Leeds United 1992-93 No.0159
Before the start of the 1992-93 campaign Leeds took on Liverpool in the Charity Shield for the second time in their history. This time round it would be victory for the men in white, as United won the shield 4-3, with Eric Cantona bagging a hat trick for Leeds and Tony Dorigo scoring the other. Leeds had an early exit in the FA Cup with Arsenal winning a replay in the 4th Round at Elland Road after extra time and Leeds also went out early in the Football League Cup after they lost 2-1 away at Watford in the 3rd Round. In the League and Leeds just couldn't find their feet. With somewhat Jekyll and Hyde like performances, losing 4-1 away to Middlesborough in late August followed three days later with a 5-0 win at home against Tottenham Hotspur, saw them finish in a lowly 17th spot. Starting games as champions rather than underdogs didn't suit the United attitude and with the rest of the Division having a point to prove Leeds didn't have the answer. Leeds amazingly went all season without an away win. In the European Cup and Leeds disappointingly exited early in a two legged affair against Scottish Champions Rangers in Round 2. The previous round however saw one of the most memorable games ever at Elland Road. The German Champions Stuttgart brought a 3-0 advantage to Elland Road in the First Round, nobody gave Leeds a hope and they were underdogs once again. In the game at Elland Road and Leeds were unstoppable with a single-minded game plan of attack winning the game 4-1. With goals from Speed, Cantona, Chapman and Gary McAllister netting from the penalty spot. Stuttgart should have gone through on the away goal rule but amazingly UEFA ordered the game to be replayed because Stuttgart had fielded too many foreign players. At the neutral Nou Camp and Leeds won the replay 2-1 with goals from Strachan and Shutt.

Back Row: Chris Whyte, Gary McAllister, John Lukic, Lee Chapman, Mervyn Day, Jon Newsome, David Wetherall.
Middle Row: Alan Sutton (Physio),Mel Sterland, Steve Hodge, David Rocastle, Chris Fairclough, Carl Shutt, Eric Cantona, Mick Hennigan (Coach).
Front Row: Scott Sellars, Gary Speed, Tony Dorigo, Howard Wilkinson (Manager), Gordon Strachan, David Batty, Rod Wallace.

Thanks To: Tony Hill for the original pic and for help with the squad names.
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Leeds United 1956-57 No.0077
A good season back in the top flight for Raich Carter's men as United finished the 1956-57 season in a reasonable 8th position on 44 points and scoring 72 goals. John Charles the United centre forward showed he had what it takes to succeed in the top flight as his previous form for Leeds continued, he netted 38 of the 72 goals United scored.

Back Row: Eric Kerfoot, Jackie Overfield, Keith Ripley, Royden Wood, Bob Forrest, Grenville Hair.
Front Row: George Meek, Jack Charlton, John Charles, Jimmy Dunn, Harold Brook.
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Leeds United 1959-60 No.0082
A bad debut season for manager Jack Taylor who finally got the job at Leeds after the resignation of Bill Lambton. Leeds United finished second from bottom of the First Divison for the season 1959-60 and were relegated to Division Two, conceding 92 goals in the process. A positive highlight for the season being the debut of youngster Billy Bremner who made his premier appearance for Leeds on the right wing.

Back Row: Jim Ashall, Jackie Overfield, Ted Burgin, Jack Charlton, Grenville Hair.
Front Row: George Meek. John McCole, Wilbur Cush, Bobby Cameron, Chris Crowe, Archie Gibson.
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Leeds United 1947-48 No.0060
For the season 1947-48 confidence at Elland Road was at an all time low, Willis Edwards one of United's most loyal servants took the reigns after the demotion of Billy Hampson but the Leeds stalwart just didn't have the experience for the role. Form for that season marginally improved with some impressive performances. At home a 5-0 win over Plymouth Argyle in early September improved spirits at the Elland Road camp but United would win only once in their next seven games. The manager worked hard with his team and United avoided the drop with Leeds finishing in a lowly 18th place.

Back Row: Jack Smith, Ken Willingham, Jim Milburn, Jim Twomey, Ken Gadsby, Dennis Kirby, Bob Roxburgh (Trainer).
Front Row: Dennis Grainger, Aubrey Powell, Albert Wakefield, John Short, Billy Heaton, Tony Ingham.
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Leeds City Programme 03
Scan of inner pages of Leeds City programme from 1913-14 season. Leicester Fosse on Saturday 4th October 1913 (3 of 6).
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Leeds fans demand transparency

Leeds, April 29, 2010: Leeds United fans are striking a blow to remove the cloak of secrecy that shrouds the League One club.

A group of fans, informally called the Campaign for Change, have identified ten key areas of concern along with a list of relevant questions about the direction the club is taking and are demanding answers from current chairman Ken Bates.

The issues of concern can be seen at the website www.tenforken.com and on Saturday, April 24, 8,000 leaflets with a condensed set of ten questions and 9,000 stickers were distributed among fans before the club’s 4-1 victory over MK Dons.

The move came on the back of an open Lorimer's Bar forum with fans at Elland Road last Tuesday, where Ken Bates and his self-awarded reputation for no-nonsense straight-talking, looked a little shaky under direct questioning.

Replying to fans' concerns on a wide range of subjects, the Monaco-based tax exile surprised some in the audience when he:

• Confirmed that he didn't have a clue who owned the club, saying it was 'tough' if disgruntled fans felt they had nowhere to take their concerns.
• Said that in the current climate no one would lend money to football clubs, so his plans for a ‘Leeds Village’ hotel and shopping project are stalled.
• Refused to take any responsibility for the club’s failure to re-purchase the
Thorp Arch training complex (sold by the previous regime to raise funds) or the fact that, five years on, neither of his stated twin aims of ownership of Elland Road and Thorp Arch have been achieved.
• Alleged that Leeds had, as yet, received no money at all from Aston Villa for the summer sale of Fabian Delph, almost a year after the player was sold.

Questions at the meeting reflected growing discontent with a regime which has seen Leeds United at its lowest ever league position, with many questions remaining unanswered about the identity of the club’s owners, planning projects, court costs for libel cases, the status of the club’s Yorkshire Radio station, investment, pricing and priorities.

A spokesperson for the fan campaign said: “For the last ten years Leeds United fans have been kept in the dark by a succession of chairmen and owners about the state of the club. We demand greater transparency on key issues such as how the club is run and where our financial support goes – and that demand will extend not only to Ken Bates’s tenure but also to subsequent owners.”

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Leeds United 1944-45 No.0056
Football League was suspended with the outbreak of WWII during the 1939-40 season and it couldn't have come at a worse time for Billy Hampson and his young Leeds United side who were just beginning to gel. The Football Association did allow football to continue during the war on a non professional level but there was restrictions on the players wages and games could only go ahead with the permission of the local constabulary. Many clubs closed down for the war but United continued with the assistance of guest players. It was hard for any club who played through the war to rely on players because of conscription and players from other clubs often guested for teams when needed.
In the 1944-45 season United played in the Football League Northern Section and in the team pictured guest players from Barnsley, Chelsea, Sunderland and Celtic are featured. United finished in 32nd place out of a final table made up of 60 teams.

Back Row: Bob Roxburgh (Trainer), Frank Butterworth, Bob Shotton (Barnsley), Jim Twomey, Jack Milburn, Robson Campbell (Charlton Athletic), Sam Weaver (Chelsea).
Front Row: Eddie Burbanks (Sunderland), Cyril Coyne, Gerry Henry, Tom Hindle, John Paton(Celtic).

Thanks to: Tony Hill for putting the names and teams to the faces.
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Leeds United 1937-38 No.0044
A great start for Billy Hampson's young side in the 1937-38 season made them early contenders for the First Division Championship. A lack of form between the end of December and the middle of April cost the side dearly though as United only managed two wins in that entire period. United finished in 9th position a great improvement on the previous season.

Back Row: Billy Hampson (Manager), Bert Sproston, Jim Makinson, Reg Savage, Jack Milburn, Bobby Browne, Tom Holley.
Front Row: Sammy Armes, George Ainsley, Gordon Hodgson, Eric Stephenson, Arthur Buckley.
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Leeds United 1950-51 No.0065
Major Frank Buckley's Leeds United had a reasonable season in 1950-51. Although never a threat for the title they did come close to a promotion spot, just two points behind third placed Cardiff, finishing in the previous season place of 5th. United had the same goal difference +8 and had scored more goals than Cardiff. This was also the season John Charles showed his versatility, covering for strikers that were out injured the centre half moved to the centre forward position scoring three times in as many games.

Back Row: Eric Kerfoot, Jimmy Dunn, Harold Searson, Jim Milburn, Tom Burden, Jim McCabe.
Front Row: Peter Harrison, George Miller, Len Browning, Frank Dudley, Harold Williams, Ray Iggleden.
Inset: John Charles.
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