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In Attendance For Don
A full Centenary Pavilion here at Elland Road in attendance for the Don Revie Gala Dinner which was part of the Don Revie Tribute. Created by Barnsley born sculptor Graham Ibbeson the statue is a result of the Don Revie Tribute and is situated opposite the new development at the East Stand side of the Elland Road Stadium.

The Don Revie Tribute was set up by Birmingham City fan Jim Cadman. Jim Cadman is passionate about the game of football and has experience in setting up Tributes for past Legends of the game including Tom Finney the Preston North End Forward. It was the eventual sculptor of the Don Revie statue Graham Ibbeson who originally contacted Jim looking for help with the funding of the statue after the sculptor had been approached. The statue would cost around 90k. Jim decided the best way to get the funds and the best way to honour Don would be to set up a Tribute Fund and ask the supporters of Leeds United to contribute. A number of functions, dinners and auctions including a theatrical tribute and magazine were set up by Jim Cadman which were focused around the players from the Don Revie era who gladly gave up their time to help the cause. It was called the Don Revie Tribute and the supporters of Leeds United raised the cash. The Don Revie Statue was unveiled on the 5th May, 2012.

Thanks To: Jim.O for this great pic.
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01/19/21 - 03:44:17 WAFLL - United Managers
In Attendance For Don
A full Centenary Pavilion here at Elland Road in attendance for the Don Revie Gala Dinner which was part of the Don Revie Tribute. Created by Barnsley born sculptor Graham Ibbeson the statue is a result of the Don Revie Tribute and is situated opposite the new development at the East Stand side of the Elland Road Stadium.

The Don Revie Tribute was set up by Birmingham City fan Jim Cadman. Jim Cadman is passionate about the game of football and has experience in setting up Tributes for past Legends of the game including Tom Finney the Preston North End Forward. It was the eventual sculptor of the Don Revie statue Graham Ibbeson who originally contacted Jim looking for help with the funding of the statue after the sculptor had been approached. The statue would cost around 90k. Jim decided the best way to get the funds and the best way to honour Don would be to set up a Tribute Fund and ask the supporters of Leeds United to contribute. A number of functions, dinners and auctions including a theatrical tribute and magazine were set up by Jim Cadman which were focused around the players from the Don Revie era who gladly gave up their time to help the cause. It was called the Don Revie Tribute and the supporters of Leeds United raised the cash. The Don Revie Statue was unveiled on the 5th May, 2012.

Thanks To: Jim.O for this great pic.
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01/19/21 - 03:41:29 WAFLL - United Managers
Lubo Signs
Lubomir Michalik the United defender here pens his name for a United fan outside the Stadium:Mk before the First division clash with the Milton Keynes Dons on the 26th September, 2009. Lubo started on the bench for the Whites but replaced Jason Crowe in the game after nine minutes when Crowe suffered a hamstring injury.

Dennis Wise initially brought Lubomir Michalik to Elland Road from Bolton Wanderers on a months loan in March 2007. Michalik immediately impressed and his strong performances in defence for the Whites prompted Wise to extend the months loan till the end of the 2006-07 season. Bolton called Michalik back due to injuries before his loan period was up but manager Wise's admiration for the player didn't waiver and he attempted to re-sign Michalik on a permananent contract in the 2008 January transfer window. Lubo was close to penning his signature for Leeds when Wise left for Newcastle but this didn't stop the new Leeds boss Gary McAllister, he gave the Michalik transfer the green light and Lubomir signed a three-and-a-half-year deal at the end of the 2008 transfer window for a fee believed to be in the region of 500,000 pounds.

Unbeaten in the league United were playing a MK Dons side who were also flying high in the League One table, the Buckinghamshire outfit had only suffered one defeat all season before the game with Grayson's men, the same fixture last season saw the end of Gary McAllister as manager of Leeds as United went down 3-1 which topped a dismal run for the Whites and United were out for revenge. Grayson made two changes for the game with Mike Grella coming in for Luciano Becchio who was away on father watch as his wife was expecting a baby and Leigh Bromby returned in place of Lubo Michalik. Michalik soon returned to the action though replacing Jason Crowe who pulled up in the game after seven minutes with a suspected hamstring injury. It was the home side who looked the most threatening in the early stages with Higgs pulling off a couple of good saves to deny The Dons, United themselves had chances including a free kick by Bradley Johnson. United worked themselves back into the game as the half drew on but there was few chances either way in a close contest. Higgs did pull off a wonderful save as he got down well to save an effort from a MK Dons striker and the excitement continued before the half time whistle blew with Jason Puncheon the MK Dons midfielder seeing red after a diabolical challenge on Michael Doyle. United turned it up at the start of the second half with Mike Grella, Leigh Bromby and Jermaine Beckford all having early efforts on goal while the home side were restricted to just one effort on goal in the first ten minutes. Possession equalled out as the game went on and it looked like the game was ending for a 0-0 draw with both sides making little chances. It was in the four minutes of extra time added when United finally made the breakthrough, Bradley Johnson delivered a pinpoint free-kick onto the head of Robert Snodgrass who powered the ball into the back of the net. Around 4,500 United fans watched the game at the Stadium:MK and it was the travelling faithfull who were celebrating for the final few seconds as United snatched their revenge in the final minute of the game.

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

Thanks to Colin Callow for this great pic.
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06/23/20 - 06:02:51 WAFLL - United Players And Action
In Attendance For Don
A full Centenary Pavilion here at Elland Road in attendance for the Don Revie Gala Dinner which was part of the Don Revie Tribute. Created by Barnsley born sculptor Graham Ibbeson the statue is a result of the Don Revie Tribute and is situated opposite the new development at the East Stand side of the Elland Road Stadium.

The Don Revie Tribute was set up by Birmingham City fan Jim Cadman. Jim Cadman is passionate about the game of football and has experience in setting up Tributes for past Legends of the game including Tom Finney the Preston North End Forward. It was the eventual sculptor of the Don Revie statue Graham Ibbeson who originally contacted Jim looking for help with the funding of the statue after the sculptor had been approached. The statue would cost around 90k. Jim decided the best way to get the funds and the best way to honour Don would be to set up a Tribute Fund and ask the supporters of Leeds United to contribute. A number of functions, dinners and auctions including a theatrical tribute and magazine were set up by Jim Cadman which were focused around the players from the Don Revie era who gladly gave up their time to help the cause. It was called the Don Revie Tribute and the supporters of Leeds United raised the cash. The Don Revie Statue was unveiled on the 5th May, 2012.

Thanks To: Jim.O for this great pic.
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06/10/20 - 06:16:29 WAFLL - United Managers
No Scores Ont' Doors!
The big screen here at the Komplett.No Arena displaying the United Crest and that of the Norwegian opposition. The shot coming from the pre-season friendly before the 2012-13 campaign against Sandefjord at the Komplett.No Arena on the 1st August, 2012.

Leeds United: Ashdown, Lees, Cranie, Pearce, Drury, White, Norris, Green, Varney, Gray, McCormack.
Subs: Pugh/Drury, Brown/Gray, Byram/Lees, Poleon/McCormack, Rogers/White, Thompson/Green, N.Turner/Norris.

Thanks To: Trevor Francis for the great pic. To see more of Trevors Leeds pics Click Here.
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04/03/20 - 03:51:10 WAFLL - Miscellaneous Leeds Pics
Lubo Signs
Lubomir Michalik the United defender here pens his name for a United fan outside the Stadium:Mk before the First division clash with the Milton Keynes Dons on the 26th September, 2009. Lubo started on the bench for the Whites but replaced Jason Crowe in the game after nine minutes when Crowe suffered a hamstring injury.

Dennis Wise initially brought Lubomir Michalik to Elland Road from Bolton Wanderers on a months loan in March 2007. Michalik immediately impressed and his strong performances in defence for the Whites prompted Wise to extend the months loan till the end of the 2006-07 season. Bolton called Michalik back due to injuries before his loan period was up but manager Wise's admiration for the player didn't waiver and he attempted to re-sign Michalik on a permananent contract in the 2008 January transfer window. Lubo was close to penning his signature for Leeds when Wise left for Newcastle but this didn't stop the new Leeds boss Gary McAllister, he gave the Michalik transfer the green light and Lubomir signed a three-and-a-half-year deal at the end of the 2008 transfer window for a fee believed to be in the region of 500,000 pounds.

Unbeaten in the league United were playing a MK Dons side who were also flying high in the League One table, the Buckinghamshire outfit had only suffered one defeat all season before the game with Grayson's men, the same fixture last season saw the end of Gary McAllister as manager of Leeds as United went down 3-1 which topped a dismal run for the Whites and United were out for revenge. Grayson made two changes for the game with Mike Grella coming in for Luciano Becchio who was away on father watch as his wife was expecting a baby and Leigh Bromby returned in place of Lubo Michalik. Michalik soon returned to the action though replacing Jason Crowe who pulled up in the game after seven minutes with a suspected hamstring injury. It was the home side who looked the most threatening in the early stages with Higgs pulling off a couple of good saves to deny The Dons, United themselves had chances including a free kick by Bradley Johnson. United worked themselves back into the game as the half drew on but there was few chances either way in a close contest. Higgs did pull off a wonderful save as he got down well to save an effort from a MK Dons striker and the excitement continued before the half time whistle blew with Jason Puncheon the MK Dons midfielder seeing red after a diabolical challenge on Michael Doyle. United turned it up at the start of the second half with Mike Grella, Leigh Bromby and Jermaine Beckford all having early efforts on goal while the home side were restricted to just one effort on goal in the first ten minutes. Possession equalled out as the game went on and it looked like the game was ending for a 0-0 draw with both sides making little chances. It was in the four minutes of extra time added when United finally made the breakthrough, Bradley Johnson delivered a pinpoint free-kick onto the head of Robert Snodgrass who powered the ball into the back of the net. Around 4,500 United fans watched the game at the Stadium:MK and it was the travelling faithfull who were celebrating for the final few seconds as United snatched their revenge in the final minute of the game.

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

Thanks to Colin Callow for this great pic.
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03/20/20 - 01:25:05 WAFLL - United Players And Action
In Attendance For Don
A full Centenary Pavilion here at Elland Road in attendance for the Don Revie Gala Dinner which was part of the Don Revie Tribute. Created by Barnsley born sculptor Graham Ibbeson the statue is a result of the Don Revie Tribute and is situated opposite the new development at the East Stand side of the Elland Road Stadium.

The Don Revie Tribute was set up by Birmingham City fan Jim Cadman. Jim Cadman is passionate about the game of football and has experience in setting up Tributes for past Legends of the game including Tom Finney the Preston North End Forward. It was the eventual sculptor of the Don Revie statue Graham Ibbeson who originally contacted Jim looking for help with the funding of the statue after the sculptor had been approached. The statue would cost around 90k. Jim decided the best way to get the funds and the best way to honour Don would be to set up a Tribute Fund and ask the supporters of Leeds United to contribute. A number of functions, dinners and auctions including a theatrical tribute and magazine were set up by Jim Cadman which were focused around the players from the Don Revie era who gladly gave up their time to help the cause. It was called the Don Revie Tribute and the supporters of Leeds United raised the cash. The Don Revie Statue was unveiled on the 5th May, 2012.

Thanks To: Jim.O for this great pic.
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Vinnie Jones Tattoo
The leg of Vinnie Jones, complete with the Leeds United tattoo he got after he helped Leeds to the second division championship. Howard Wilkinson bought Vinnie Jones in June 1989 for 650,000. He made 46 appearances and scored 5 goals. Jones made a significant contribution to United's promotion push in the season 1989-90. After United won promotion Wilkinson felt Vinnie had done the job he was bought for and sold him to Sheffield United in September 1990 for 700,000.
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01/20/20 - 04:42:36 WAFLL - Miscellaneous Leeds Pics
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