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Leeds United 1948-49 No.0062
Leeds United 1948-49 No.0062
The season 1948-49 wasn't exactly a success for the new manager Major Frank Buckley as United finished 15th in Division Two. It was though an improvement on the previous season and some fans saw it as a turning point. The new manager first set about clearing out most of the old playing staff and brought in new talent including a young John Charles. Buckley also during the season developed a good youth policy at the club. Notable wins for this term included a 6-3 victory over Yorkshire rivals Grimsby Town and 4-1 win's over Coventry City and Barnsley.

Back Row: Jim McCabe, Jimmy Dunn, Harold Searson, Jim Milburn, David McAdam.
Front Row: David Cochrane, Ray Iggleden, Len Browning, Tom Burden, Billy Heaton, Roly Depear.
Submitted: 03/09/11
Leeds United 1951-52 No.0067
Leeds United 1951-52 No.0067
United played some of their best football under Major Frank Buckley in the season 1951-52 but ended the term in 6th position missing out on promotion again. John Charles being away on National Service didn't help United's cause as Charles was fast becoming a major part of the Buckley set up at United. Some good crowds passed through the turnstiles at Elland Road season 1951-52 with 47,985 turning out for the Rotherham United game which United won 3-0 with goals from Gordon Stewart, Ray Iggleden and Jim Milburn. A bigger crowd of 50,645 turned out for the FA Cup 4th round game against Bradford Park Avenue which United won 2-0 with goals from Ray Iggleden and Jim Milburn.

Back Row: Jim McCabe, Jimmy Dunn, Brian Taylor, Roy Kirk, Jim Milburn.
Front Row: Peter Harrison, Ray Iggleden, Len Browning, Tom Burden, Ernie Stevenson, Harold Williams.
Submitted: 04/28/09 (Edited 04/28/09)
Leeds United 1950-51 No.0065
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.
Submitted: 04/27/09 (Edited 04/27/09)
Leeds United 1949-50 No.0063
Leeds United 1949-50 No.0063
Major Frank Buckley's Leeds United finished 5th in the Second Division season 1949-50 and a promising youngster called John Charles finished his first full season with United playing in the centre half position. United also reached the Quarter Finals of the FA Cup which was the furthest they had gone in the competition up to this point. Leeds were narrowly beaten by First Division Arsenal at Highbury 1-0 in front of 62,273 spectators.

Back Row: Tony Ingham, Jim McCabe, John Charles, Jimmy Dunn, Harold Searson, Jim Milburn, Tom Burden, Eric Kerfoot. Len Browning, Bob Roxburgh (Trainer).
Middle Row: Stanley Blenkinsop (Director), Harold Marjason (Director), Percy Woodward (Vice-Chairman), Sam Bolton (Chairman), Major Frank Buckley (Manager), John Bromley (Director), Hilton Crowther (Director), Arthur Crowther (Secretary).
Front Row: David Cochrane, Ray Iggleden, Eddie McMorran, Frank Dudley, Harold Williams.
Submitted: 04/27/09 (Edited 04/27/09)


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