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Browns A Pain Luciano Directs
Browns A Pain Luciano Directs
Michael Brown United's Defender aggravating the Leicester players here while they try to set up for this free-kick, meanwhile Luciano Becchio directs the position of United's Number One. Robert Snodgrass and Danny Pugh make up the wall. The shot coming from the last Football League Championship game of the 2011-12 season against Leicester City at Elland Road on the 28th April, 2012. Brown, Snodgrass and Pugh played the full game against the East Midlands outfit while Becchio started but was replaced on 76 minutes by Mikael Forssell.

Manager Simon Grayson signed Michael Brown from Portsmouth on the 11th July, 2011. Brown signed on a free transfer for a year with an option of extending the period a further year. Wearing the number eight shirt Brown made his debut for Leeds in the opening match of the 2011-12 season in the game against Southampton at St Marys Stadium. United manager Simon Grayson said: "We're delighted to finalise things with Michael. He is a player that I have long been interested in and I'm glad we've been able to sort things out for him to come here....He has experience and know-how, and he has played at the highest level. He fits the bill in terms of the quality of player I was looking to bring in and he will be a great addition to the squad.

The Argentinian Becchio was signed by Gary McAllister on the 31st July, 2008 for three years. He impressed the manager with his performances during the 2007-08 pre-season friendlies while on loan from Spanish outfit Merida Union Deportiva. With some stellar performances for Leeds since his arrival he has made the number 10 shirt his own and become a fans favourite.

Gary McAllister beat a host of other clubs when he signed the highly rated Robert Snodgrass in late July, 2008 from Scottish outfit Livingston on a three year contract. After some excellent match winning performances 'Snoddy' soon established himself as one of Grayson's automatic choices for his first eleven and with two years left on his current contract he was offered a new four year deal with United at the beginning of the 2009-10 season. The Members Club Player of the Year for 2008-09 was delighted with the offer. "It`s been great since I came down here last summer and I really love the club. From the fans to the back-room staff and the other players..."

Danny Pugh originally joined Leeds in 2004 when Kevin Blackwell was the manager at Elland Road. The player came to Leeds in a part exchange deal which saw Alan Smith move to the wrong side of The Pennines in a controversial move. A good start for The Whites saw Pugh hold down the Left Midfield position but with Blackwell re-building Pugh's position was lost and he soon found himself on the bench. The player only made five appearances for Leeds in his last six months before he was sold to Preston North End in 2006.
Second time around for Pugh at Elland Road and it was manager Simon Grayson who brought the player in on a three month loan with the option to a permanent move on 22 September, 2011 from Stoke City. After an injury to club captain Jonathan Howson Pugh moved into the Central Midfield position and the Club made his move permanent when he put pen to paper in a two and a half year contract which he penned on the 2nd January, 2012.

Leeds United: Lonergan, Connolly, Lees, Bruce, Pugh, Snodgrass, Brown, Clayton, Thompson, McCormack, Becchio.
Subs: Webber for Thompson, Forssell for Becchio.

Thanks To: Jim.O for this great pic.
Submitted: 06/07/12 (Edited 06/07/12)
Dannys Magnetic Armpit
Danny's Magnetic Armpit
An unusual capture here featuring the English born Midfielder Danny Pugh post challenge for the ball on the Elland Road pitch. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Peterborough United at Elland Road on the 14th April, 2012. Danny played the full game for Leeds against the Cambridgeshire outfit.

Danny Pugh originally joined Leeds in 2004 when Kevin Blackwell was the manager at Elland Road. The player came to Leeds in a part exchange deal which saw Alan Smith move to the wrong side of The Pennines in a controversial move. A good start for The Whites saw Pugh hold down the Left Midfield position but with Blackwell re-building Pugh's position was lost and he soon found himself on the bench. The player only made five appearances for Leeds in his last six months before he was sold to Preston North End in 2006.
Second time around for Pugh at Elland Road and it was manager Simon Grayson who brought the player in on a three month loan with the option to a permanent move on 22 September, 2011 from Stoke City. After an injury to club captain Jonathan Howson Pugh moved into the Central Midfield position and the Club made his move permanent when he put pen to paper in a two and a half year contract which he penned on the 2nd January, 2012.

Leeds United: Lonergan, Lees, Bromby, O'Dea, Taylor, Snodgrass, Clayton, Pugh, Rogers, Paynter, McCormack.
Subs: Webber for Rogers, Robinson for Taylor, Becchio for Paynter.

Thanks To: Jim.O for this great pic.
Submitted: 06/06/12 (Edited 06/06/12)
Pugh And White Alright
Pugh And White Alright
Danny Pugh and Aidan White getting things sorted out before the opposition take a free kick here on the Elland Road pitch. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game at Elland Road against Brighton And Hove Albion on the 11th February, 2012. Danny Pugh played the full game for Leeds while Aidan White started for The Whites but was replaced on 80 minutes by Andros Townsend.

Danny Pugh originally joined Leeds in 2004 when Kevin Blackwell was the manager at Elland Road. The player came to Leeds in a part exchange deal which saw Alan Smith move to the wrong side of The Pennines in a controversial move. A good start for The Whites saw Pugh hold down the Left Midfield position but with Blackwell re-building Pugh's position was lost and he soon found himself on the bench. The player only made five appearances for Leeds in his last six month before he was sold to Preston North End in 2006.
Second time around for Pugh at Elland Road and it was manager Simon Grayson who brought the player in on a three month loan with the option to a permanent move on 22 September, 2011 from Stoke City. After an injury to club captain Jonathan Howson Pugh moved into the Central Midfield position and the Club made his move permanent when he put pen to paper in a two and a half year contract which he penned on the 2nd January, 2012.

Loiner and Leeds fan Aidan White came through the youth system at Elland Road after joining the academy in 2002. It was manager Gary McAllister who gave him his first first team debut when at the age of 16 he started for Leeds in the Football League Cup game against Crystal Palace on the 26th August, 2008. Aidan received a standing ovation for his efforts after he was substituted and he was soon in the action again seven days later after he started for Leeds in the first round of the Football League Trophy against Bradford City. Another impressive performance beyond his years prompted manager McAllister to give Aidan his first League start for Leeds which came in a 2-0 win over Carlisle United on the 20th September, 2008. Further strong performances from White in the season 2008-09 earned the Loiner a contract at Elland Road which lasts until June 2012.

Leeds United: Lonergan, Smith, Lees, O'Dea, Pugh, Snodgrass, Clayton, Delph, White, McCormack, Becchio.
Subs: Townsend for White, Nunez for McCormack.

Thanks To: Jim.O for this great pic.
Submitted: 06/02/12 (Edited 06/02/12)
As Five Celebrate
As Five Celebrate
A great shot here featuring from top to bottom Jonathan Howson, Danny Pugh, Adam Clayton, Luciano Becchio and Robert Snodgrass just after Adam Clayton puts United in the lead. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on the 6th November, 2011. Howson, Pugh, Clayton and Snodgrass all played the full game for Leeds with Clayton bagging the only goal of the game. While Luciano replaced keogh in the game aginst the Filberts on 77 minutes.

Loiner and United fan Jonathan Howson came through the Academy at Leeds United and made his senior debut for the club on the 19th September, 2006 in the second round of the Football League Cup which United won 3-1. Later in the same season of 2006-07 Howson was given his league debut by manager Wise which came on the 23rd December, 2006 in the 0-0 draw with Hull City at Elland Road. By the season 2007-08 Howson had established himself as the natural choice for his position winning the Young Player of the Year award and earning a new three year contract with the Whites in the bargain. Manager Simon Grayson handed the role of captain to Howson at the start of season 2009-10 due to the absence of injured fellow Loiner Richard Naylor.

Danny Pugh originally joined Leeds in 2004 when Kevin Blackwell was the manager at Elland Road. The player came to Leeds in a part exchange deal which saw Alan Smith move to the wrong side of The Pennines in a controversial move. A good start for The Whites saw Pugh hold down the Left Midfield position but with Blackwell re-building Pugh's position was lost and he soon found himself on the bench. The player only made five appearances for Leeds in his last six month before he was sold to Preston North End in 2006.
Second time around for Pugh at Elland Road and it was manager Simon Grayson who brought the player in on a three month loan with the option to a permanent move on 22 September, 2011 from Stoke City. After an injury to club captain Jonathan Howson Pugh moved into the Central Midfield position and the Club made his move permanent when he put pen to paper in a two and a half year contract which he penned on the 2nd January, 2012.

Manager Simon Grayson initially signed Adam Clayton from Manchester City on a months loan on the 6th August, 2010. He made his debut for Leeds coming on as substitute in the home game against Derby County just 24 hours after he had signed. Just over a month later on the 21st September, 2010 Clayton joined Leeds on a permanent basis. He made three more substitute appearances for Leeds in that season before he was loaned out to Peterborough and then the MK Dons for match experience. He impressed at his loan clubs and by now Clayton wanted to stake a claim to play in the first team at Elland Road for the 2011-12 season. Clayton's chance came after the departure of Midfielders Neil Kilkenny and Bradley Johnson in the Summer transfer window. He started in the first eleven for Leeds in the opening game of the season against Southampton at St Marys and since as made himself a permanent fixture in United's Midfield.

The Argentinian Becchio was signed by Gary McAllister on the 31st July, 2008 for three years. He impressed the manager with his performances during the 2007-08 pre-season friendlies while on loan from Spanish outfit Merida Union Deportiva. With some stellar performances for Leeds since his arrival he has made the number 10 shirt his own and become a fans favourite.

Gary McAllister beat a host of other clubs when he signed the highly rated Robert Snodgrass in late July, 2008 from Scottish outfit Livingston on a three year contract. After some excellent match winning performances 'Snoddy' soon established himself as one of Grayson's automatic choices for his first eleven and with two years left on his current contract he was offered a new four year deal with United at the beginning of the 2009-10 season. The Members Club Player of the Year for 2008-09 was delighted with the offer. "It`s been great since I came down here last summer and I really love the club. From the fans to the back-room staff and the other players..."

Leeds United: McCarthy, Connolly, O'Brien, Kisnorbo, White, Snodgrass, Howson, Clayton, Pugh, McCormack, Keogh.
Subs: Bromby for O'Brien, Becchio for Keogh, Brown for McCormack.

Thanks To: Neil for this great pic.
Submitted: 05/30/12
Take It Away Danny
Take It Away Danny
Danny Pugh here United's Midfielder takes the ball away from unwanted feet during the action on the Elland Road pitch. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Cardiff City at Elland Road on the 30th October, 2011. Pugh started the game against the Welshmen for Leeds but was replaced on 78 minutes by Lloyd Sam.

Danny Pugh originally joined Leeds in 2004 when Kevin Blackwell was the manager at Elland Road. The player came to Leeds in a part exchange deal which saw Alan Smith move to the wrong side of The Pennines in a controversial move. A good start for The Whites saw Pugh hold down the Left Midfield position but with Blackwell re-building Pugh's position was lost and he soon found himself on the bench. The player only made five appearances for Leeds in his last six month before he was sold to Preston North End in 2006.
Second time around for Pugh at Elland Road and it was manager Simon Grayson who brought the player in on a three month loan with the option to a permanent move on 22 September, 2011 from Stoke City. After an injury to club captain Jonathan Howson Pugh moved into the Central Midfield position and the Club made his move permanent when he put pen to paper in a two and a half year contract which he penned on the 2nd January, 2012.

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

Thanks to: Jim.O for this great pic.
Submitted: 05/30/12
Pugh Aint Posh
Pugh Aint Posh
Danny Pugh the Midfieder for United caught here on the London Road pitch during a pre match warm up. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Peterborough United at London Road Stadium on the 22nd October, 2011. Pugh played the full ninety minutes for Leeds in the game against The Posh.

Danny Pugh originally joined Leeds in 2004 when Kevin Blackwell was the manager at Elland Road. The player came to Leeds in a part exchange deal which saw Alan Smith move to the wrong side of The Pennines in a controversial move. A good start for The Whites saw Pugh hold down the Left Midfield position but with Blackwell re-building Pugh's position was lost and he soon found himself on the bench. The player only made five appearances for Leeds in his last six month before he was sold to Preston North End in 2006.
Second time around for Pugh at Elland Road and it was manager Simon Grayson who brought the player in on a three month loan with the option to a permanent move on 22 September, 2011 from Stoke City. After an injury to club captain Jonathan Howson Pugh moved into the Central Midfield position and the Club made his move permanent when he put pen to paper in a two and a half year contract which he penned on the 2nd January, 2012.

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

Thanks To: Rowley for this great pic.
Submitted: 05/30/12 (Edited 05/30/12)
Jonny, Snoddy & Andrew
Jonny, Snoddy & Andrew
A break in play is captured here with Jonathan Howson, Robert Snodgrass and Andrew Keogh on the Keepmoat Stadium pitch. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Doncaster Rovers at the Keepmoat Stadium on the 14th October, 2011. All three players featured played the full ninety minutes for Leeds in the game against the South Yorkshire outfit.


Loiner and United fan Jonathan Howson came through the Academy at Leeds United and made his senior debut for the club on the 19th September, 2006 in the second round of the Football League Cup which United won 3-1. Later in the same season of 2006-07 Howson was given his league debut by manager Wise which came on the 23rd December, 2006 in the 0-0 draw with Hull City at Elland Road. By the season 2007-08 Howson had established himself as the natural choice for his position winning the Young Player of the Year award and earning a new three year contract with the Whites in the bargain. Manager Simon Grayson handed the role of captain to Howson at the start of season 2009-10 due to the absence of injured fellow Loiner Richard Naylor.

Gary McAllister beat a host of other clubs when he signed the highly rated Robert Snodgrass in late July, 2008 from Scottish outfit Livingston on a three year contract. After some excellent match winning performances 'Snoddy' soon established himself as one of Grayson's automatic choices for his first eleven and with two years left on his current contract he was offered a new four year deal with United at the beginning of the 2009-10 season. The Members Club Player of the Year for 2008-09 was delighted with the offer. "It`s been great since I came down here last summer and I really love the club. From the fans to the back-room staff and the other players..."

Andrew Keogh initially moved to Leeds at the age of sixteen. The player found it hard to break through into the first team and was loaned out to Scunthorpe United where he made 12 appearances and scored two goals for the Lincolnshire side. Manager Blackwell recalled Keogh due to an injury crisis when he made his debut for the Whites coming on as substitute in a 3rd Round League Cup tie against Portsmouth on the 26th October, 2004. For the rest of the season he showed only for the reserves before he was loaned out again to Bury. It was Manager Simon Grayson who gave the player his second spell at Leeds when on the 15th August, 2011 he was signed on loan with a view to a permanent move. After the move Keogh commented he had 'unfinished business' with The Whites and started his second spell in the Championship game against Hull City on the 16th August, 2011.

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

Thanks To: Eric of the West Midland Whites for this great pic.
Submitted: 12/10/11
Kick Off At The Keepmoat
Kick Off At The Keepmoat
Jonathan Howson The United captain about to kick off the game against Doncaster Rovers here. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Doncaster Rovers at the Keepmoat Stadium on the 14th October, 2011. Howson played the full ninety minutes for Leeds in the game against the South Yorkshire outfit.

Loiner and United fan Jonathan Howson came through the Academy at Leeds United and made his senior debut for the club on the 19th September, 2006 in the second round of the Football League Cup which United won 3-1. Later in the same season of 2006-07 Howson was given his league debut by manager Wise which came on the 23rd December, 2006 in the 0-0 draw with Hull City at Elland Road. By the season 2007-08 Howson had established himself as the natural choice for his position winning the Young Player of the Year award and earning a new three year contract with the Whites in the bargain. Manager Simon Grayson handed the role of captain to Howson at the start of season 2009-10 due to the absence of injured fellow Loiner Richard Naylor.

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

Thanks To: Eric of the West Midland Whites for this great pic.
Submitted: 12/10/11
Congrats For Danny
Congrats For Danny
The Leeds United players here congratulate Danny Pugh after he scores the only goal of the game for Leeds in front of the South Stand at Elland Road. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Portsmouth at Elland Road on the 1st October, 2011. Pugh played the full ninety minutes and scored the only goal of the game in the match against the Hampshire outfit.

Danny Pugh originally joined Leeds in 2004 when Kevin Blackwell was the manager at Elland Road. The player came to Leeds in a part exchange deal which saw Alan Smith move to the wrong side of The Pennines in a controversial move. A good start for The Whites saw Pugh hold down the Left Midfield position but with Blackwell re-building Pugh's position was lost and he soon found himself on the bench. The player only made five appearances for Leeds in his last six month before he was sold to Preston North End in 2006.
Second time around for Pugh at Elland Road and it was manager Simon Grayson who brought the player in on a three month loan with the option to a permanent move on 22 September, 2011 from Stoke City. After an injury to club captain Jonathan Howson Pugh moved into the Central Midfield position and the Club made his move permanent when he put pen to paper in a two and a half year contract which he penned on the 2nd January, 2012.

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.
Submitted: 10/08/11 (Edited 05/30/12)
Midfield Warm Up
Midfield Warm Up
Adam Clayton United's English born Midfielder and Leeds born Jonathan Howson here caught in a pre-game run on the Elland Road pitch. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Portsmouth at Elland Road on the 1st October, 2011. Both Clayton and Howson played the full ninety minutes for Leeds in the game against the Hampshire outfit.

Manager Simon Grayson initially signed Adam Clayton from Manchester City on a months loan on the 6th August, 2010. He made his debut for Leeds coming on as substitute in the home game against Derby County just 24 hours after he had signed. Just over a month later on the 21st September, 2010 Clayton joined Leeds on a permanent basis. He made three more substitute appearances for Leeds in that season before he was loaned out to Peterborough and then the MK Dons for match experience. He impressed at his loan clubs and by now Clayton wanted to stake a claim to play in the first team at Elland Road for the 2011-12 season. Clayton's chance came after the departure of Midfielders Neil Kilkenny and Bradley Johnson in the Summer transfer window. He started in the first eleven for Leeds in the opening game of the season against Southampton at St Marys and since as made himself a permanent fixture in United's Midfield.

Loiner and United fan Jonathan Howson came through the Academy at Leeds United and made his senior debut for the club on the 19th September, 2006 in the second round of the Football League Cup which United won 3-1. Later in the same season of 2006-07 Howson was given his league debut by manager Wise which came on the 23rd December, 2006 in the 0-0 draw with Hull City at Elland Road. By the season 2007-08 Howson had established himself as the natural choice for his position winning the Young Player of the Year award and earning a new three year contract with the Whites in the bargain. Manager Simon Grayson handed the role of captain to Howson at the start of season 2009-10 due to the absence of injured fellow Loiner Richard Naylor.

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.
Submitted: 10/08/11
Adam & Jonny
Adam & Jonny
Adam Clayton United's English born Midfielder and Leeds born Jonathan Howson here caught in a pre-game run on the Elland Road pitch. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Portsmouth at Elland Road on the 1st October, 2011. Both Clayton and Howson played the full ninety minutes for Leeds in the game against the Hampshire outfit.

Manager Simon Grayson initially signed Adam Clayton from Manchester City on a months loan on the 6th August, 2010. He made his debut for Leeds coming on as substitute in the home game against Derby County just 24 hours after he had signed. Just over a month later on the 21st September, 2010 Clayton joined Leeds on a permanent basis. He made three more substitute appearances for Leeds in that season before he was loaned out to Peterborough and then the MK Dons for match experience. He impressed at his loan clubs and by now Clayton wanted to stake a claim to play in the first team at Elland Road for the 2011-12 season. Clayton's chance came after the departure of Midfielders Neil Kilkenny and Bradley Johnson in the Summer transfer window. He started in the first eleven for Leeds in the opening game of the season against Southampton at St Marys and since as made himself a permanent fixture in United's Midfield.

Loiner and United fan Jonathan Howson came through the Academy at Leeds United and made his senior debut for the club on the 19th September, 2006 in the second round of the Football League Cup which United won 3-1. Later in the same season of 2006-07 Howson was given his league debut by manager Wise which came on the 23rd December, 2006 in the 0-0 draw with Hull City at Elland Road. By the season 2007-08 Howson had established himself as the natural choice for his position winning the Young Player of the Year award and earning a new three year contract with the Whites in the bargain. Manager Simon Grayson handed the role of captain to Howson at the start of season 2009-10 due to the absence of injured fellow Loiner Richard Naylor.

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.
Submitted: 10/08/11
Warm Up For The Whites
Warm Up For The Whites
Andrew Keogh, Ross McCormack and Jonathan Howson lead the pack here in this warm up run on the Elland Road pitch. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Portsmouth at Elland Road on the 1st October, 2011. All three started the game for Leeds while Keogh was replaced on 68 minutes by Luciano Becchio and McCormack was replaced on 78 minutes by Mikael Forssell.

Andrew Keogh initially moved to Leeds at the age of sixteen. The player found it hard to break through into the first team and was loaned out to Scunthorpe United where he made 12 appearances and scored two goals for the Lincolnshire side. Manager Blackwell recalled Keogh due to an injury crisis when he made his debut for the Whites coming on as substitute in a 3rd Round League Cup tie against Portsmouth on the 26th October, 2004. For the rest of the season he showed only for the reserves before he was loaned out again to Bury. It was Manager Simon Grayson who gave the player his second spell at Leeds when on the 15th August, 2011 he was signed on loan with a view to a permanent move. After the move Keogh commented he had 'unfinished business' with The Whites and started his second spell in the Championship game against Hull City on the 16th August, 2011.

Manager Simon Grayson signed Scotland International Ross McCormack from Cardiff City on the 27th August, 2010 for an undisclosed fee. Ross made his debut for the Whites just a day later coming on as substitute in the 70th minute in the 1-0 away win at Watford. United's manager Grayson was delight with the capture of Ross saying: "Ross is a player of good quality.... He's proved in the Championship he can score goals and hopefully he will continue that with us."

Loiner and United fan Jonathan Howson came through the Academy at Leeds United and made his senior debut for the club on the 19th September, 2006 in the second round of the Football League Cup which United won 3-1. Later in the same season of 2006-07 Howson was given his league debut by manager Wise which came on the 23rd December, 2006 in the 0-0 draw with Hull City at Elland Road. By the season 2007-08 Howson had established himself as the natural choice for his position winning the Young Player of the Year award and earning a new three year contract with the Whites in the bargain. Manager Simon Grayson handed the role of captain to Howson at the start of season 2009-10 due to the absence of injured fellow Loiner Richard Naylor.

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.
Submitted: 10/08/11
Pugh With His Head
Pugh With His Head
Danny Pugh United's loanee from Stoke City here connects with his head in front of the South Stand at Elland Road to score the only goal of the game. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Portsmouth at Elland Road on the 1st October, 2011. Danny played the full ninety minutes for Leeds and scored the only goal of the game in the match against the Hampshire outfit.

Danny Pugh originally joined Leeds in 2004 when Kevin Blackwell was the manager at Elland Road. The player came to Leeds in a part exchange deal which saw Alan Smith move to the wrong side of The Pennines in a controversial move. A good start for The Whites saw Pugh hold down the Left Midfield position but with Blackwell re-building Pugh's position was lost and he soon found himself on the bench. The player only made five appearances for Leeds in his last six month before he was sold to Preston North End in 2006.
Second time around for Pugh at Elland Road and it was manager Simon Grayson who brought the player in on a three month loan with the option to a permanent move on 22 September, 2011 from Stoke City. After an injury to club captain Jonathan Howson Pugh moved into the Central Midfield position and the Club made his move permanent when he put pen to paper in a two and a half year contract which he penned on the 2nd January, 2012.

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.
Submitted: 10/08/11 (Edited 05/30/12)
A Howson Flight
A Howson Flight
Jonathan Howson United's Leeds born Midfielder flights one in here in front of the Kop at Elland Road. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Portsmouth at Elland Road on the 1st October, 2011. Howson played the full ninety minutes for Leeds in the game against the Hampshire outfit.

Loiner and United fan Jonathan Howson came through the Academy at Leeds United and made his senior debut for the club on the 19th September, 2006 in the second round of the Football League Cup which United won 3-1. Later in the same season of 2006-07 Howson was given his league debut by manager Wise which came on the 23rd December, 2006 in the 0-0 draw with Hull City at Elland Road. By the season 2007-08 Howson had established himself as the natural choice for his position winning the Young Player of the Year award and earning a new three year contract with the Whites in the bargain. Manager Simon Grayson handed the role of captain to Howson at the start of season 2009-10 due to the absence of injured fellow Loiner Richard Naylor.

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.
Submitted: 10/08/11
Howson Applause
Howson Applause
Jonathan Howson United's Leeds born Captain leads the United team out here onto the Portman Road pitch while acknowledging the White Army with applause. The shot coming from the Football League Championship game against Ipswich Town at Portman Road on the 27th August, 2011. Jonny played the full ninety minutes for Leeds in the game against the Suffolk outfit.

Loiner and United fan Jonathan Howson came through the Academy at Leeds United and made his senior debut for the club on the 19th September, 2006 in the second round of the Football League Cup which United won 3-1. Later in the same season of 2006-07 Howson was given his league debut by manager Wise which came on the 23rd December, 2006 in the 0-0 draw with Hull City at Elland Road. By the season 2007-08 Howson had established himself as the natural choice for his position winning the Young Player of the Year award and earning a new three year contract with the Whites in the bargain. Manager Simon Grayson handed the role of captain to Howson at the start of season 2009-10 due to the absence of injured fellow Loiner Richard Naylor.

Leeds United: Lonergan, Lees, Kisnorbo, O'Dea, White, Snodgrass, Howson, Clayton, Gradel, McCormack, Keogh.
Subs: O'Brien for McCormack, Nunez for Snodgrass, Sam for Lees.

Thanks To: Eric of the West Midland Whites for this great pic.
Submitted: 08/30/11

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