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Brian And Tom
Brian McDermott the Leeds United manager having a word with Tom Lees United's Defender here on the Vicarage Road pitch after the game. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Watford at Vicarage Road on the 4th May, 2013. The last game of the 2012-13 season. Tom played the full game for Leeds against The Hornets.

Tom Lees born in Warwick is a product of the Youth System at Elland Road and broke into the first team when he featured in United's pre-season friendlies of 2009. Manager Simon Grayson sent him out on loan to Accrington Stanley when the 2009-10 season started to gain match experience. After the season ended Lees returned to Elland Road where he again featured in Leeds' pre-season games but for the 2010-11 was loaned out to Bury for six months for the player to gain more match experience. After impressing at Bury the Leeds Manager Simon Grayson offered Lees a new contract and on the 10th December, 2010 he signed a two and half year contract with The Whites. His loan period was also extended where Lees spent the rest of the season playing first team football for Bury. Lees returned to Elland Road for the season 2011-12 playing in all of United's pre season fixtures. Manager Grayson decided his time had come, he made his debut for Leeds in the FL Cup 1st Round tie against Bradford City at Elland Road on the 9th August, 2011 and just seven days later scored his first goal for Leeds in the Football League Championship game against Hull City at Elland Road.

After Neil Warnock resigned from his position as Leeds United manager on April 1st, 2013, the Leeds board didn't waste much time in finding his replacement. It was less than a fortnight later on the 12th April that Brian McDermott was appointed as the new manager. Signing for the club on a three year contract Brian brought with him Nigel Gibbs, the two have experience working together at Reading, with Nigel becoming the clubs new Assistant Manager. McDermott's previous managerial stint saw him achieve promotion with Reading to the Premier League in 2011-12, the Berkshire club won the Play Off final after winning 15 of the last 19 games in the Championship. McDermott told Radio Leeds after he joined the club, "This is probably the only club I would come to at this stage of the season. I just want to get going now." The manager had previously stated that he would wait till the Summer to resume his managerial career. Brians first game in charge for Leeds was a tough test in the Yorkshire derby against Sheffield Wednesday at Elland Road, the game coming on the 13th April just a day after he signed for Leeds. United won the game 2-1.

Leeds United: Kenny, Peltier, Lees, Pearce, Drury, Tonge, Brown, Green, McCormack, Morison, Varney.
Subs: Poleon/Morison, White/Brown, Hall/Green.

Thanks To: Paul for this great pic.
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01/05/22 - 00:46:09 WAFLL - United Players And Action
Brian And Tom
Brian McDermott the Leeds United manager having a word with Tom Lees United's Defender here on the Vicarage Road pitch after the game. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Watford at Vicarage Road on the 4th May, 2013. The last game of the 2012-13 season. Tom played the full game for Leeds against The Hornets.

Tom Lees born in Warwick is a product of the Youth System at Elland Road and broke into the first team when he featured in United's pre-season friendlies of 2009. Manager Simon Grayson sent him out on loan to Accrington Stanley when the 2009-10 season started to gain match experience. After the season ended Lees returned to Elland Road where he again featured in Leeds' pre-season games but for the 2010-11 was loaned out to Bury for six months for the player to gain more match experience. After impressing at Bury the Leeds Manager Simon Grayson offered Lees a new contract and on the 10th December, 2010 he signed a two and half year contract with The Whites. His loan period was also extended where Lees spent the rest of the season playing first team football for Bury. Lees returned to Elland Road for the season 2011-12 playing in all of United's pre season fixtures. Manager Grayson decided his time had come, he made his debut for Leeds in the FL Cup 1st Round tie against Bradford City at Elland Road on the 9th August, 2011 and just seven days later scored his first goal for Leeds in the Football League Championship game against Hull City at Elland Road.

After Neil Warnock resigned from his position as Leeds United manager on April 1st, 2013, the Leeds board didn't waste much time in finding his replacement. It was less than a fortnight later on the 12th April that Brian McDermott was appointed as the new manager. Signing for the club on a three year contract Brian brought with him Nigel Gibbs, the two have experience working together at Reading, with Nigel becoming the clubs new Assistant Manager. McDermott's previous managerial stint saw him achieve promotion with Reading to the Premier League in 2011-12, the Berkshire club won the Play Off final after winning 15 of the last 19 games in the Championship. McDermott told Radio Leeds after he joined the club, "This is probably the only club I would come to at this stage of the season. I just want to get going now." The manager had previously stated that he would wait till the Summer to resume his managerial career. Brians first game in charge for Leeds was a tough test in the Yorkshire derby against Sheffield Wednesday at Elland Road, the game coming on the 13th April just a day after he signed for Leeds. United won the game 2-1.

Leeds United: Kenny, Peltier, Lees, Pearce, Drury, Tonge, Brown, Green, McCormack, Morison, Varney.
Subs: Poleon/Morison, White/Brown, Hall/Green.

Thanks To: Paul for this great pic.
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01/05/22 - 00:43:41 WAFLL - United Players And Action
Leeds City Programme 05
Scan of inner pages of Leeds City programme from 1913-14 season. Hull City on Saturday 18th October 1913 (5 of 6).
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10/16/21 - 04:25:16 Members - Miscellaneous Leeds Pics
Leeds City Programme 05
Scan of inner pages of Leeds City programme from 1913-14 season. Hull City on Saturday 18th October 1913 (5 of 6).
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10/16/21 - 04:21:48 Members - Miscellaneous Leeds Pics
Leeds City Programme 05
Scan of inner pages of Leeds City programme from 1913-14 season. Hull City on Saturday 18th October 1913 (5 of 6).
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04/15/21 - 02:07:39 Members - Miscellaneous Leeds Pics
East Stand Point Of View
A shot here looking at Elland Road from the upper tier of the East Stand with the action taking place on the Elland Road pitch. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Cardiff City at Elland Road on the 2nd February, 2013.

Leeds United: Kenny, Byram, Peltier, Lees, White, Barkley, Brown, Austin, Varney, Diouf, McCormack.
Subs: Habibou for Diouf.

Thanks to: Paul for this great pic.
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03/02/21 - 21:08:46 WAFLL - Elland Road
Deeply Dipping
Looking at the Millwall supporters here situated in the away allocation at the south of the John Charles Stand. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Millwall at Elland Road on the 2nd March, 2013. It was decided early in the season of 2011-12 to re-locate the away supporters who visited Elland Road to the south of the West Stand. The area has an allocation of around 3,000 for visitors leaving the entire South Stand and South East corner or the Cheese Wedge for the United supporters. The first game that saw this re-location was the match against Portsmouth on the 1st October, 2011. According to officials at the Club the move proved a success. A new compound for visiting coaches was also used for the first time situated on Fullerton Park adjacent to the new away turnstiles.

Leeds United: Kenny, Byram, Peltier, Lees, Warnock, Green, Tonge, Norris, Varney, Morison, McCormack.
Subs: Brown for Norris, Diouf for McCormack, Pearce for Varney.

Thanks To: Paul for this great pic.
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03/02/21 - 21:07:25 WAFLL - Elland Road
Looking At Them
Looking at the Derby supporters here situated in the away allocation at the south of the John Charles Stand. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Derby County at Elland Road on the 1st April, 2013. It was decided early in the season of 2011-12 to re-locate the away supporters who visited Elland Road to the south of the West Stand. The area has an allocation of around 3,000 for visitors leaving the entire South Stand and South East corner or the Cheese Wedge for the United supporters. The first game that saw this re-location was the match against Portsmouth on the 1st October, 2011. According to officials at the Club the move proved a success. A new compound for visiting coaches was also used for the first time situated on Fullerton Park adjacent to the new away turnstiles.

Leeds United: Kenny, Byram, Pearce, Peltier, Warnock, Green, Austin, Dawson, Diouf, Morison, Varney.
Subs: McCormack/Dawson, White/Diouf.

Thanks To: Paul for the great pic.
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03/02/21 - 21:06:27 WAFLL - Elland Road
New Pitch For Leeds
The Elland Road pitch here undergoing its annual makeover. Every year the turf is taken up and re-laid during the close season. Work started on the hallowed turf in mid March with groundsmen working round the clock to ensure the pitch will be ready for the new season. Norman Southernwood head groundsman told the official site, "After the last game of the season we had about a fortnight where there were several activities on the pitch, such as seven-a-side games. "Then last Thursday the top came off, on Friday it was power harrowed before we tried to get it levelled on Saturday. Since the start of the week we've been working on the edges of the pitch, as you can't work on the entire pitch with machinery. "Everything's looking alright at the moment. The weather's just gone in our favour now because the sun's come out and that warms up the ground and helps to kick on the seed. Usually within ten days after re-seeding everything's looking a bit greener."

Thanks to: Mark for this great pic.
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03/02/21 - 21:02:05 WAFLL - Elland Road
Stairway To L
The steel framework here for the new mid section development on the East Stand at Elland Road. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Bristol City at Elland Road on the 17th September, 2011. Work started on phase one of a five phase development in March 2011 to be finished in the Autumn of 2011 at a cost of 7M. When completed the new first phase development of the East Stand will include 24 new executive boxes, three new hospitality suites, a brand new reception area and lifts. The introduction of the new executive boxes in the East Stand meant around 1,500 seats had to be removed which temporarily reduces the capacity at Elland Road to just under 38,000.

The East Stand at Elland Road was built in 1993 at a cost of 5.5m. It replaced the old Lowfields Road stand which was demolished in 1992. The East Stand runs along the length of the pitch and is the latest stand in the Elland Road family. The stand has 25 executive boxes that are housed between the two tiers. The top tier of the East Stand holds 7,000 fans and the bottom tier has a capacity of 10,000 making the enormous East Stand's capacity 17,000. The East Stand's cantilever stand model is one of the largest cantilever stands in the world. Originally the bottom tier catered for the family stand members that were relocated from the South East corner after the stand was built in 1993. This has since been changed and now either side of the bottom tier is the area for Members Club members and season ticket holders with juveniles. A large concourse runs under the East Stand that contains shops for Leeds United merchandise, fast food, bookies and a restaurant. In March 2011 the first phase of a multi million five phase redevelopment of the stand took place.

Leeds United: Lonergan, Lees, Kisnorbo, O'Dea, Taylor, Snodgrass, Brown, Howson, Nunez, McCormack, Keogh.
Subs: Becchio for Nunez, Forssell for Keogh, Sam for Brown.

Thanks To: Rowley for this great pic.
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12/02/20 - 03:45:15 WAFLL - Elland Road
Bones Of The Museum
The skeletal structure here of the new East Stand area that will house the Leeds United museum. The museum will eventually be situated above the new reception area at the East Stand. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Portsmouth at Elland Road on the 1st October, 2011. Work started on phase one of a five phase development in March 2011 to be finished in the Autumn of 2011 at a cost of 7M. When completed the new first phase development of the East Stand will include 24 new executive boxes, three new hospitality suites, a brand new reception area and lifts. The introduction of the new executive boxes in the East Stand meant around 1,500 seats had to be removed which temporarily reduces the capacity at Elland Road to just under 38,000.

The East Stand at Elland Road was built in 1993 at a cost of 5.5m. It replaced the old Lowfields Road stand which was demolished in 1992. The East Stand runs along the length of the pitch and is the latest stand in the Elland Road family. The stand has 25 executive boxes that are housed between the two tiers. The top tier of the East Stand holds 7,000 fans and the bottom tier has a capacity of 10,000 making the enormous East Stand's capacity 17,000. The East Stand's cantilever stand model is one of the largest cantilever stands in the world. Originally the bottom tier catered for the family stand members that were relocated from the South East corner after the stand was built in 1993. This has since been changed and now either side of the bottom tier is the area for Members Club members and season ticket holders with juveniles. A large concourse runs under the East Stand that contains shops for Leeds United merchandise, fast food, bookies and a restaurant. In March 2011 the first phase of a multi million five phase redevelopment of the stand took place.

Leeds United: Lonergan, Connolly, Lees, O'Dea, White, Snodgrass, Howson, Clayton, Pugh, Keogh, McCormack.
Subs: Becchio for Keogh, Forssell for McCormack, Vayrynen for Snodgrass.

Thanks To: Jim.O for this great pic.
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12/02/20 - 03:43:50 WAFLL - Elland Road
From Wesley Street
A view here of the old Lowfields Road Stand at Elland Road from Wesley Street.

The Lowfields Stand was erected in the 1920's and the lower tier terracing ran the entire length of the East side of Elland Road. The seated upper tier with roof stretched over half the distance of the terracing. In 1992 the Lowfields Stand was demolished to make way for the new all seater East Stand.
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12/02/20 - 03:43:06 WAFLL - Elland Road
From The Crows Nest
A great shot of the Elland Road Stadium here taken from a housing estate close to the famous old ground. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Derby County at Elland Road on the 1st April, 2013.

Leeds United: Kenny, Byram, Pearce, Peltier, Warnock, Green, Austin, Dawson, Diouf, Morison, Varney.
Subs: McCormack/Dawson, White/Diouf.

Thanks To: Paul for the great pic.
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11/19/20 - 02:54:22 WAFLL - Elland Road
A View From The Hill
A shot here of the Elland Road Stadium with the City of Leeds in the background. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Derby County at Elland Road on the 1st April, 2013.

Leeds United: Kenny, Byram, Pearce, Peltier, Warnock, Green, Austin, Dawson, Diouf, Morison, Varney.
Subs: McCormack/Dawson, White/Diouf.

Thanks To: Pidge for the great pic.
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11/19/20 - 02:53:53 WAFLL - Elland Road
From The Back Of The Charles
A view here from the back of the John Charles Stand at Elland Road looking down at the action on the pitch. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Derby County at Elland Road on the 1st April, 2013.

The West Stand at Elland Road was built in 1957 and replaced the old West Stand which was destroyed by fire. The new stand cost 180,000 to build and was funded by an appeal from the club raising 60,000 with the Leeds City Council also helping out with finances. Originally the West Stand had terracing on the front paddock which had a capacity of 6,000 and seating at the rear which housed a further 4,000 spectators. Later the West Stand became an all seater stand and is considered the major stand at Elland Road. In 1970 the West Stand was streamlined with the Kop after the North West corner was built at a cost of 200,000. After the death of John Charles in 2004 the West Stand was renamed the John Charles Stand in tribute to the great Leeds Utd player.

Leeds United: Kenny, Byram, Pearce, Peltier, Warnock, Green, Austin, Dawson, Diouf, Morison, Varney.
Subs: McCormack/Dawson, White/Diouf.

Thanks To: Tommy for the great pic.
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11/19/20 - 02:30:53 WAFLL - Elland Road
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