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Steel Up On The East
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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East Extended
A shot here of the steel framework for the new mid section at Elland Road giving an indication of how far the new development will reach from the existing structure. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Crystal Palace at Elland Road on the 10th 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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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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Boxes Double Up
The new line of executive boxes here running through the East Stand at Elland Road situated at the bottom of the top tier. 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 shot coming from the pre-season fixture against Newcastle United at Elland Road on the 31st July, 2011.

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.

Thanks To: Thommo for this great pic.
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Picture Perfect
A great shot here of the evening sky from the East Stand at Elland Road as the ground fills up ready for the action. The shot coming from the Football League Cup 3rd Round against Manchester United at Elland Road on the 20th September, 2011.

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

Thanks To: Rowley for this great pic.
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Panorama From The East
A priceless capture here from the East Stand at Elland Road as the Mighty Whites go through their pre-game warm up schedule under a rare Elland Road sky. The shot coming from the Football League Cup 3rd Round against Manchester United at Elland Road on the 20th September, 2011.

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

Thanks To: Rowley for this great pic.
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Fry To The Chief
Ben Fry here the Leeds United announcer on the big screen at Elland Road interviews United legend Lucas Radebe before the Cup game at Elland road. The shot coming from the Football League Cup 3rd Round against Manchester United at Elland Road on the 20th September, 2011.

Lucas Radebe was one of two South African's who manager Howard Wilkinson signed for Leeds United in 1994, the other being Striker Philemon Masinga. Turning into a bargain buy for Leeds at 250,000 pounds Lucas shone at Elland Road and soon acquired the nickname The Chief. By the 1998-99 season Radebe was made the team captain, his captaincy came during two of United's most successful season's under then manager David O'Leary. Unfortunately for the South African and for Leeds Utd he sustained an ankle and knee injury in 2000 which kept him out for almost two years. Lucas made 200 appearances for Leeds and turned down offers from Manchester United and A.C Milan while at the club always opting to stay with the team he loves. On the 2nd May, 2005 the club held a testimonial for Lucas Radebe in a game between the Leeds United XI v International XI. Numerous ex Leeds United players turned out for the game as well as a host of International stars. The final score in front of 37,886 fans at Elland Road was Leeds United XI 3-7 International XI. In September 2010 Radebe announced he would one day like to manage Leeds United.

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

Thanks To: Rowley for this great pic.
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On Ninety V Pompey
The scoreboard here at Elland Road captured on ninety minutes after the game with the South Coast outfit Portsmouth. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Portsmouth at Elland Road on the 1st October, 2011.

The Big Screen at Elland Road was put in fresh for the 2009-10 season it's a Phillips Vidiwall and is sponsored by Ringways the screen provides team news, replays, the score, game time left and highlights.

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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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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New Home For Them
The new home for the away fans at Elland Road here engaged with the Portsmouth fans who travelled North to watch their team. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Portsmouth at Elland Road on the 1st October, 2011. 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: Lonergan, Connolly, Lees, O'Dea, White, Snodgrass, Howson, Clayton, Pugh, Keogh, McCormack.
Subs: Becchio for Keogh, Forssell for McCormack, Vayrynen for Snodgrass.

Thanks To: Rowley for this great pic.
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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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Where's The Meece At
An empty Cheese Wedge here at the South East corner of Elland Road. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Portsmouth at Elland Road on the 1st October, 2011. It was decided early in the season of 2011-12 to re-locate the away supporters who visit Elland Road from the South East corner or the Cheese Wedge 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 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: Lonergan, Connolly, Lees, O'Dea, White, Snodgrass, Howson, Clayton, Pugh, Keogh, McCormack.
Subs: Becchio for Keogh, Forssell for McCormack, Vayrynen for Snodgrass.

Thanks To: Rowley for this great pic.
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From The East
A great shot looking down onto the Elland Road pitch from the second tier of the East Stand here. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Coventry City at Elland Road on the 18th October, 2011.

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

Thanks to: Jim.O for this great pic.
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Speedo On The Screen
A great shot here looking at the Scoreboard at Elland Road that features a tribute to Gary Speed. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Millwall at Elland Road on the 3rd December, 2011.

On the 27th November, 2011 it was reported that Gary Speed the Welsh International and Leeds United legend had died. Found by his wife Louise at 7.00am the same morning. She telephoned the police and ambulance service who confirmed him as being dead. His death was announced to the Football Association of Wales a few hours later.
Initial reporting of the tragedy said that Gary Speed had hanged himself. The official inquest that was taken in late January recorded a narrative verdict giving the cause of death as hanging but that: "the evidence does not sufficiently determine whether this was intentional or accidental".

The tragic news soon spread to the thousands of Leeds United fans throughout the world who immediately took to the message boards and social network sites. It was decided amongst the supporters that a tribute to the United legend should be made at the following game away at Nottingham Forest. Gary Speed wore the Number Eleven shirt for Leeds. It was arranged by the fans that on the eleventh minute of the game the United fans would sing his name for eleven minutes.
A further tribute for Gary Speed was also arranged for the next home game against Millwall. Members of the Leeds Utd Forum WACCOE got together and arranged for a banner to be made. The banner 30ft x 8ft would show the Leeds United badge that was used during Speeds era and also Speeds face with the words "GO ON GARY SPEED GET ONE YOURSELF SON". The words a reference to the television commentary that came just before his goal in a 4-0 win over Sheffield United. A win that helped Leeds win the League and gain promotion in 1989-90.

Gary Speed started his time with Leeds United at an early age in 1987, joining The Whites straight from school. It was manager Howard Wilkinson who first noticed his abilities, at the time Speed was playing in the Left Back position. It was under Wilkinson's managership where Speed made his First Team debut at the age of 19. A versatile player Speed played in nine out of the ten outfield positions but it was always on the left where Speed would shine. Gary Speed soon became a regular in Wilkinson's first eleven making 12 appearances and scoring 3 goals in United's push for promotion in 1989-90. The player went on and played an instrumental role in United's Championship win of 1991-92. Notably Speed was part of that famous United Midfield that also included Gordon Strachan, Gary McAllister and David Batty a midfield that Leeds legend Eddie Gray called the greatest Midfield lineup of the modern era. Gary Speed stayed with Leeds up until 1996 before he moved to Everton the club he supported as a boy. He made 312 appearances for Leeds and scored 57 goals.

Leeds United: McCarthy, Connolly, Kisnorbo, Lees, Pugh, Brown, Snodgrass, Howson, Clayton, White, Becchio.
Subs: Sam for Howson.

Thanks To: DieHard for this great pic.
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Packed Kop Pass The Banner
A packed Kop here at Elland Road pass the Gary Speed banner overhead. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Millwall at Elland Road on the 3rd December, 2011.

On the 27th November, 2011 it was reported that Gary Speed the Welsh International and Leeds United legend had died. Found by his wife Louise at 7.00am the same morning. She telephoned the police and ambulance service who confirmed him as being dead. His death was announced to the Football Association of Wales a few hours later.
Initial reporting of the tragedy said that Gary Speed had hanged himself. The official inquest that was taken in late January recorded a narrative verdict giving the cause of death as hanging but that: "the evidence does not sufficiently determine whether this was intentional or accidental".

The tragic news soon spread to the thousands of Leeds United fans throughout the world who immediately took to the message boards and social network sites. It was decided amongst the supporters that a tribute to the United legend should be made at the following game away at Nottingham Forest. Gary Speed wore the Number Eleven shirt for Leeds. It was arranged by the fans that on the eleventh minute of the game the United fans would sing his name for eleven minutes.
A further tribute for Gary Speed was also arranged for the next home game against Millwall. Members of the Leeds Utd Forum WACCOE got together and arranged for a banner to be made. The banner 30ft x 8ft would show the Leeds United badge that was used during Speeds era and also Speeds face with the words "GO ON GARY SPEED GET ONE YOURSELF SON". The words a reference to the television commentary that came just before his goal in a 4-0 win over Sheffield United. A win that helped Leeds win the League and gain promotion in 1989-90.

Gary Speed started his time with Leeds United at an early age in 1987, joining The Whites straight from school. It was manager Howard Wilkinson who first noticed his abilities, at the time Speed was playing in the Left Back position. It was under Wilkinson's managership where Speed made his First Team debut at the age of 19. A versatile player Speed played in nine out of the ten outfield positions but it was always on the left where Speed would shine. Gary Speed soon became a regular in Wilkinson's first eleven making 12 appearances and scoring 3 goals in United's push for promotion in 1989-90. The player went on and played an instrumental role in United's Championship win of 1991-92. Notably Speed was part of that famous United Midfield that also included Gordon Strachan, Gary McAllister and David Batty a midfield that Leeds legend Eddie Gray called the greatest Midfield lineup of the modern era. Gary Speed stayed with Leeds up until 1996 before he moved to Everton the club he supported as a boy. He made 312 appearances for Leeds and scored 57 goals.

Leeds United: McCarthy, Connolly, Kisnorbo, Lees, Pugh, Brown, Snodgrass, Howson, Clayton, White, Becchio.
Subs: Sam for Howson.

Thanks To: DieHard for this great pic.
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